Edited the post, thought it was a bit unclear what my issue was.
I'll describe the situation as it is now. Maybe someone can use this post if he or she has the same issue...
* sidenote *
When you normally boot up the device, you get the first huawei logo (kernel logo is suppose), and then it goes to the bootanimation. My kernel logo is a white screen with a Chinese letter, '3G', and some orange logo next to it. Don't know but I can't get rid of that, and I know for sure I didn't have that before
This amazing man helping me out with my issue came with the idea of replacing the mmcblk0p6 and mmcblk0p7 blocks. I need a rip from 0100 B171 firmware to get mine back in order...hopefully. If someone could provide me with that I would be most thankful! I can't flash those roms on my device anymore...
This is how you can do that....If someone would be nice enough to upload them for me...
[I got idea. Dump mmcblk0p6 and p7 and compare it from the one from b171
The size of file is 4096. One of them is bootloader i think
Using terminal emul
And you will get list of all partitions on your phone. Than you can dump on sd card files that you want by next command example
dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p6 of=/sdcard/p6.img]
I have a g510-0100,live in the netherlands, and flashed the lewa OS rom when I got it, which is a unicom rom.
Now, I wanted to flash the latest CM10.2 rom.
Flashing goes all right, boots up just fine. here comes the problem:
NO sim recognition. In about phone, it shows correct IMEI, and it tells the dbm (or something) of the signal.
It still doesnt connect to my network and shows 'error while looking for networks' when I manually want to scan for them.
Any ideas how to solve this issue?
I tried flashing both lewa and european basebands, that didnt help.
Initial Ideas on how to resolve the problem: THIS DIDN'T WORK
* Change the IMEI to match exactly to the one behind the battery on the phone.
This would mean I had to stick with stock chinese firmware, root it, install terminal and change it.
Didn't do this because I saw alot of comments that it wasn't working etc.
Second Idea: THIS DIDN'T WORK
* Someone on the forum was so kind to send me a link to firmware that was supposed to work with my phone, and that came in an update.app
This would mean I was back to the stock firmware and correct baseband etc. Problem lies in the flashing, which stops at step 2
In the manual that came with the zip I read that it could only update a specific set of firmware numbers. I changed my firmware numbers in the build prop to match one of those. Flashing again,the bar got just a little bit further, but returned the error again.
Third Idea: THIS DIDN'T WORK
Unpack the supposedly working update app, and fastboot flash the kernel/baseband. I tried to do this already, but I dont know the correct command for flashing a baseband. These are the ones I tried, but returned an error
fastboot flash radio ***.img
fastboot flash baseband ***.img
I don't know the partition name for the baseband, it returns with the 'remote: permission denied' error.
Latest bright Idea:
I'll be making a flashable .zip file combining files from the 0010 firmware with 0100 ones. see how that goes.
Edited by Brick3d, 25 November 2013 - 08:57 AM.