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Hello. I have an S4 now, and I hardly ever use MoDaCo now. 

Therefore you will receive no replies to any PMs

Please post in the forum instead. You will get more help there :)

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Please, Do not use the HuaweiG300.com Tutorial on how to unlock your bootloader, it is better to unlock it officially with my tutorial!

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first thing you want to do is is get a Linux distro on your PC if your running windows

best hassle free option (use 12.10)
http://www.ubuntu.co...ndows-installer

then set up your build environment, you can follow this Guide up to >> III. The sources
http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1971645

stop at this point, as things get specific for you and your device / what your building

your build environment should be set up though, which is a start

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first thing you want to do is is get a Linux distro on your PC if your running windows

best hassle free option (use 12.10)
http://www.ubuntu.co...ndows-installer

then set up your build environment, you can follow this Guide up to >> III. The sources

stop at this point, as things get specific for you and your device / what your building

your build environment should be set up though, which is a start


I'm using a live USB! Microsoft's windows 8 fast start (where it closes everything and then hibernates ) and their new boot loader means any 3rd party OS will trash windows 8. DO NOT INSTALL LINUX WITH WINDOWS 8! My friend learnt that the hard way and had to reinstall windows as I think it corrupts the bootloader...

Edited by george109, 03 April 2013 - 01:21 AM.

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Hello. I have an S4 now, and I hardly ever use MoDaCo now. 

Therefore you will receive no replies to any PMs

Please post in the forum instead. You will get more help there :)

:excl:A WARNING TO ALL G300 OWNERS! Please Read! (The Flash Memory Problem!) :excl:

Tutorial: How To (Officially) Unlock Your Bootloader! (The long way, but which definitely works)

Please, Do not use the HuaweiG300.com Tutorial on how to unlock your bootloader, it is better to unlock it officially with my tutorial!

Spoiler

My Device:

Huawei Ascend G300 (U8815) - Sold!

Samsung Galaxy S4 (Black) - The LTE Version - GT-I9505

(Ignore the links above (if there is one). It's a skimwords (advertising) link and nothing to do with me!)

The ROMS I have used:

Spoiler

Download Blink, a great app that controls the status LED on the G300!

Wait for 5 seconds and then click skip ad! Do not download anything in the ad window, that is not the app!

Did I help you?

If I did, Please press the rep_up1.png button, in the bottom right hand corner of my posts.

(If not, Press it anyway!)

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I'm using a live USB! Microsoft's windows 8 fast start (where it closes everything and then hibernates ) and their new boot loader means any 3rd party OS will trash windows 8. DO NOT INSTALL LINUX WITH WINDOWS 8! My friend learnt that the hard way and had to reinstall windows as I think it corrupts the bootloader...


i wouldn't know about windows 8, but its what i use on windows 7

the link i gave also has instructions for what to do if your using windows 8, would be surprised if its dangerous ?

Have a new PC with the Windows 8 logo or using UEFI firmware?

Please use a 64-bit flavour of Ubuntu, installed directly to its own partition
rather than using the Windows installer.
Learn more ›


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U can use Wubi installer. ;) But Wubi can use only 30GB and source AOSP download me 12GB :D U can have a problem with using Cache.

Edited by Wincik, 03 April 2013 - 07:52 AM.

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i'v never had any problems with it, currently building AOKP

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Do not use Wubi, that's not it...that is the wrong way to use Linux...and there may be two OS on desktop (laptop), Linux and Windows8:



Just use Google... :)

Edited by Pyntux, 03 April 2013 - 05:06 PM.

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