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Hmm well im going to wait untill i have root and a unlocked bootloader just to be safe before i do anything!!! :)


Too right!

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Anyway there are users who have used the 0200 China Update, 0010, and have had no more problems than not being able to use google apps and can upgrade back to international, both easily repairable. In fact, in this forum, there is a user who has upgraded from a Y300, and first we had for recoverys for G510 were for the Y300. I mean, I understand you have to be cautious, but for now the experience is that there are not many problems, and yes many compatibilities.

Without wishing to convince anyone, just to inform. A greeting.

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Hmm well im going to wait untill i have root and a unlocked bootloader just to be safe before i do anything!!! :)


That´s the right way.

All that you need is to unlock the bootloader.

Edited by dam ZTE, 25 April 2013 - 11:46 AM.

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All that you need is to unlock the bootloader.


If only Huawei would get their arses in gear with this

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Huawei Y 300 Stock 4.1 + Root Tweaks > FusionX > CM10 > CM10.1 > CM10.2 > CM11 | Clockwork Recovery
Huawei Y 300 Stock 4.1 > CM 10.1 Sisco 1.0 kernel > TouchMeZ v1.4.1 > b190 Firmware Update > CM10.1 | TWRP Recovery
Huawei G510 Stock 4.1 > TouchMe v7 + AOSP Mod
Z.T.E. Blade TFT Stock 2.1 > CM7 > [GEN1>GEN2] > Ginger Stir Fry 9 > Blue Ginger V2 > [GEN2 > GEN3] > CM9 Alpha 5 > Simple Stir Fry Lite b27 > CM9 ColdFusionX 28/02/12 > KonstaT's CM10 > KonstaT's CM10.1 | Clockwork 5.0.2.0
Z.T.E. Blade OLED Stock 2.1 > JJ RLS5 > CM7 RC1 > Ippe H's Honeycomb A5 > Finnish Fillyjonk RLS6 > CM7 RC1 > Stock 2.1 | Clockwork 2.5.1.8 > 3.0.0.5
ZTE Blade TFT Stock 2.1 > MCR r3 | Clockwork 2.5.1.3 (
Replaced)
T-Mobile Pulse (Lots) > FLB2 > CM7 > CM6.1, Clockwork Recovery


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I tried to flash a G510-0200 update to my G510-0100. It doesn't work. Luckily it fails after it checks the update file and before it starts the update process so it'll be a simple case of detecting the model and refusing to update because it's not on the list.

Safest way would be to update using custom packaged roms. When available.

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I tried to flash a G510-0200 update to my G510-0100. It doesn't work. Luckily it fails after it checks the update file and before it starts the update process so it'll be a simple case of detecting the model and refusing to update because it's not on the list.

Safest way would be to update using custom packaged roms. When available.


Probably changing the model number in bild property would do the trick!

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I inspected my rom & fined out even some parts for dual sim mtk socs!
I think that main part is the same; core & driver's for all msm based models!
I will browse a rom little bit more!

I fined out that they mostly used older hardware driver's from msm7627a soc that is bilded in G300 correct me if I'm wrong! As some of other people intellectual property ak from project aurora & CM!

Please pass to the guy that did tray to flash the costem kernel bat the touch input didn't work to tray to copy the framework. jar to the phone from bild that kernel originated! & du the backup first!

I'm a little rusty whit this things i didn't mode eni thing for a year naw!
This did the trick in some cases!

Edited by ZolaIII, 05 May 2013 - 04:48 PM.

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