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We really need a thread with all the firmwares for these phones.
Can we all share please.

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Definitely. I need B186. My phone is f**ked and won't flash any others.

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Tillaz has a firmware he's just made and boots up he might upload it if you ask nicely, it works on UK phones too as I think his is UK :)

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Yeah I noticed he said something about B186 in his thread. I've sent him a message. I've tried 4 different lots now. I think it will only work on the same B186 I had when I bought it. Probably be buying another Y300 this weekend lol. :)

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here is a flashable zip of B186, it was made from a backup of the rom my phone came with,
unfortunately there seems to be no official update.app on huawei's site for this

https://docs.google....ldPdHo0elU/edit

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Cheers man! So is this cwm and twrp flashable?

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Is there any way I can push the files from the zip into an update.app file? I've seen a thread on xda on how to extract from them?

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Cheers man! So is this cwm and twrp flashable?


yes

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Is there any way I can push the files from the zip into an update.app file? I've seen a thread on xda on how to extract from them?


is your phone still recognised in adb ?

what happens if you take out the battery for 30 seconds, put back in and power on holding "volume down button" ?



if your using windows try this:

extract this > http://www.solidfile...m/d/75e90cc69e/ to your desktop

take out the battery for 30 seconds, put back in and power on holding "volume down button"

plug in your phone to the computer

double click " install-superrecovery-windows.bat"

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Nope, not recognised in adb and when I connect my phone to my PC, no drives show up. It now says the drivers are installed and ready to use for:

USB Composite Device
Android Adapter Modem
DBAdapter Reserved Interface (COM3)

If I do that with my sd inserted and firmware on it, it just starts unpacking and fails half way through. If I have no firmware on the sd or it's not inserted it goes to a totally Blue screen. No fastboot, the same for 'volume up'.

Edited by mej5682, 20 August 2013 - 08:51 PM.

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if your using windows try this:

extract this > http://www.solidfile...m/d/75e90cc69e/ to your desktop

take out the battery for 30 seconds, put back in and power on holding "volume down button" (hold this for a good 20 seconds)

plug in your phone to the computer

double click " install-superrecovery-windows.bat"

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Ok, I tried that, a command prompt window just flashes up quickly and disappears man.:(

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Try this! You might not have the Huawei ADB driver set by default..


Put phone into fastboot.
Connected to the laptop.
Opened device manager.
Click on the android phone.
Chose to update driver.
Chose browse computer for driver software
Then the option to pick from the device drivers on the computer.
Chose "android sooner single ADB INTERFACE"

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We really need a thread with all the firmwares for these phones.
Can we all share please.


Here u can find some official Firmware....

http://forum.gsmhost...770-post19.html

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Hey I've got a firmware that isn't listed in the above link. It's B182, but ...C293B182 instead of ...C00B182 -- If anyone has a clue about what this might mean, if anything, I'd be interested in hearing it. I'm guessing maybe it's just a matter of carrier branding? If anyone finds it useful, I'd be happy to add my unique firmware to the collection, if just for completeness sake. I'd also like to be able to just back it up for my own use. But I don't really know what I'm doing. If anyone can give a quick how-to on extracting and preserving a firmware into a shareable zip file, I'd be happy to do it. Like, what's the difference between backing up a firmware and backing up a ROM? Or are those just two ways of saying the same thing?

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Thanks for the help fellas, I don't think I can access fastboot though, I just get a Pink screen. I will have a play with ADB though for a bit. After that, I think I'll just accept defeat! I spent the good part of 10 hours yesterday trying to fix it. I'm gonna buy a G510 on the weekend - £80 on Vodafone PAYG or the Galaxy S III Mini is only £140 on PAYG!

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Hey I've got a firmware that isn't listed in the above link. It's B182, but ...C293B182 instead of ...C00B182 -- If anyone has a clue about what this might mean, if anything, I'd be interested in hearing it. I'm guessing maybe it's just a matter of carrier branding? If anyone finds it useful, I'd be happy to add my unique firmware to the collection, if just for completeness sake. I'd also like to be able to just back it up for my own use. But I don't really know what I'm doing. If anyone can give a quick how-to on extracting and preserving a firmware into a shareable zip file, I'd be happy to do it. Like, what's the difference between backing up a firmware and backing up a ROM? Or are those just two ways of saying the same thing?


Hi,... maybe you can ask for the version u need under the following url.. it seems that they provide requested firmwares:

https://www.facebook.com/HuaweiG510

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I would go for the galaxy s3 mini! Good specs decent price

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Thanks for the help fellas, I don't think I can access fastboot though, I just get a Pink screen. I will have a play with ADB though for a bit. After that, I think I'll just accept defeat! I spent the good part of 10 hours yesterday trying to fix it. I'm gonna buy a G510 on the weekend - £80 on Vodafone PAYG or the Galaxy S III Mini is only £140 on PAYG!


obviously you still have warranty as the phones not even been around for 12 month
so you should just send it back, i bricked a few phones in my time on here and have always been able to get a replacement
if you got it from carphoneware house its very easy, just tell them your phone went off one day for no reason and wont turn on
anymore... tell them you want a replacement.

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That worked for me 3 times after that the kinda got suspicious

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