That's why it isn't working, gingerbread doesn't have a bootloader.
Huh? Surely it does have a bootloader? Every device has one...
But if you are on GB then that is a problem here.
The whole point of the exercise is to unlock the ICS bootloader so you need to be on stock ICS (e.g. B952) as stated in the tutorial and by me several times already!
I did say several times that you should read the official unlocking tutorial in full and understand all of it before doing anything.
If you did this then you would see that it clearly states that you need to revert to stock ICS in order to attempt to unlock the ICS bootloader officially.
The GB bootloader is inherently unlocked and it or some hacked version was used in the past work as an unlocked bootloader under ICS but this caused 3G reboots and other issues.
To install custom ICS/JB/KK ROMs without such problems you need to be on stock ICS and unlock the bootloader officially using the Huawei code or maybe DC Unlocker.
Not only should you not be on GB when trying to officially unlock - attempting to do so can brick the device as far as I know. It will be recoverable but it's yet more hassle that you can do without.
If you are having so many problems with all of this then I would suggest yet again that you consider sticking with GB bootloader/baseband/ROMs.
Edited by dalyer, 26 February 2014 - 10:02 AM.