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Upload 2 I could find in my pc to hand.

Flash the middle file first and then flash the rom after.

http://www.solidfiles.com/d/e37af95ed3/

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Hello and thank you,
Flashed the middle package but the pink line didn't get completed it's stops just over 50% though, I flashed the rom regardless and the pink line reaches about the same again which is a improvement. Apart from the line going further what was noticeable was the pink line was virtually instant to where it finished rather a slow walk as previous.

Can't play around with it tonight but may have another crack tomorrow.

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Did you try both of them? I put two different ones in there. Ill have a knock around to see if i can any more!

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Hello again just been reflashing and the middle package flash gave me this error text:

filename = /mmc1/dload/update.app
call RCV_MODULE_END_EVENT failed,module = OEMSBL_VER_LIST
OEMSBL_VER fail.
OEMSBL_VER_LIST,is_rx_finish=0,is_operate_succ=1,current_operate=2
call dload_machine data process failed,module = OEMSBL_VER
OEMSBL_VER fail.
OEMSBL_VER_LIST,is_rx_finish=0,is_operate_succ=1,current_operate=2
call dload_machine data process failed,module = OEMSBL_VER
OEMSBL_VER fail.
OEMSBL_VER_LIST,is_rx_finish=0,is_operate_succ=1,current_operate=2
call dload_machine data process failed,module = OEMSBL_VER
OEMSBL_VER fail.
OEMSBL_VER_LIST,is_rx_finish=0,is_operate_succ=1,current_operate=2
call dload_machine data process failed,module = OEMSBL_VER
OEMSBL_VER fail.
OEMSBL_VER_LIST,is_rx_finish=0,is_operate_succ=1,current_operate=2
call dload_machine data process failed,module = OEMSBL_VER
CMD=0xf,moduleaddr = 0xe9000000, len_tmp=0x19
dload_sd_ram_data_proc->(retry >= DLOAD_RETRY) failed!

Any idea what that means?

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Try this one... It has been working for me over the last few days :)

http://www.solidfiles.com/d/5febd75d7b/

Also try putting it on internal memory and removing your SD card. Could also try formating your sd card as well.

Edited by sharkyo01, 27 May 2013 - 04:50 PM.

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Just wanna say your a absolute star for helping

Can't access internal memory:(

The file when pressing the power and volume just sends the screen completly pink/purple. Holding one/either of the volumes sends it to the white chinese writing flash screen.


Lunch now I think :)

Edited by crankykick, 27 May 2013 - 05:02 PM.

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What happens if you hold down the volume button only and then press power button?

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White flash screen with chinese writing.

google search produces this for the error

Interesting read and outcome will let you all know.

http://www.modaco.co...26/page__st__20

Edited by crankykick, 27 May 2013 - 05:16 PM.

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If it was me I would load it in to bootloader mode (Volume down + Power Button) and see if you place CWM recovery on it before you do anything then you have a fail safe.

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Hi,

Given up the ghost with this - I believe it's driver related as most things gave errors stating "device not found" going to try it on a linux machine at some point but for the time being that's that. ta for suggestions and help.

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Hi, have you had any luck? I have a similar problem and I don't know what to do

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Hi, have you had any luck? I have a similar problem and I don't know what to do


Follow the steps I outlined above in this thread and let me know how you get on...

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Follow the steps I outlined above in this thread and let me know how you get on...

thanks for your reply. I can't get anything done on this phone,when I turn it on it gets stuck on the chinese splash screen, can't boot into recovery, I tried flashing the force update and the pink bar gets stuck and gives an error message, the middle package does the same thing. I tried turning it on pressing down on the volume button for the fastboot and plugging it into the pc, to see if I could do anything with ADB or install CWM again, but both ADB and the CWM installer can't find the device. I don't really know what else to do besides turning it in for repair, but I'm likely to lose the warranty because of the chinese splash thingy

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thanks for your reply. I can't get anything done on this phone,when I turn it on it gets stuck on the chinese splash screen, can't boot into recovery, I tried flashing the force update and the pink bar gets stuck and gives an error message, the middle package does the same thing. I tried turning it on pressing down on the volume button for the fastboot and plugging it into the pc, to see if I could do anything with ADB or install CWM again, but both ADB and the CWM installer can't find the device. I don't really know what else to do besides turning it in for repair, but I'm likely to lose the warranty because of the chinese splash thingy


I can not see you losing your warranty because of the Chinese splash screen I can make some believable rubbish up for you :P

Can you remember what rom / firmware you where on?

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I can not see you losing your warranty because of the Chinese splash screen I can make some believable rubbish up for you :P

Can you remember what rom / firmware you where on?


I've heard from Portuguese forums that Vodafone around here tends to take the warranty away in these cases, but some believable bullshit would be welcome :D I was using PAC rom (JB one), I had installed it a couple of day before I got the mail from Huawei with the bootloader unlock code (I couldn't get it through the form in their website, so I followed the advice here in the forum and sent them an e-mail)

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Hi,

Given up the ghost with this - I believe it's driver related as most things gave errors stating "device not found" going to try it on a linux machine at some point but for the time being that's that. ta for suggestions and help.

From what I've seen on this topic, I had almost the same problem. I couldn't acces CWM, so I decided to force official update and the one given here got stuck exsactly where yours did. I also tried those middle files, and they got stuck just as yours. So I tried this http://www.huaweidev...softid=NDE4NjY=, and it worked.

 

Hope that works for you too.


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From what I've seen on this topic, I had almost the same problem. I couldn't acces CWM, so I decided to force official update and the one given here got stuck exsactly where yours did. I also tried those middle files, and they got stuck just as yours. So I tried this http://www.huaweidev...softid=NDE4NjY=, and it worked.

 

Hope that works for you too.

 

 

Glad I came here to see what was occuring!!!!!!!

 

Pink line though to the end and it rebooted but with a " image signature verify fail" message

 

Ok it works:)  well theres life in the beast at least

 

Thank you so much!!!


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Any ideas on what now?


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Does a forced update of, say, stock B952 not work?

 

http://www.modaco.co...guide-included/


Edited by dalyer, 25 October 2013 - 10:27 AM.

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Thanks but didnt work:(

Allwent well till stage 2 then the error came up

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Edited by crankykick, 25 October 2013 - 12:28 PM.

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