I have a T-mobile Pulse, u8220. I've kind of become fed up with the lack of any kind of an update from T-mobile / Huwaei, so I want to install Cyanogenmod 6.1 for Pulse.
I should say first that I'm currently running the T-mobile 2.1 UK upgrade, which was available on the T-mobile site but has since been removed because of some issue. When I boot into bootloader I get
USB FastBoot: V0.5
Machine ID: 1007000 v0
Build Date: Jun 30 2010, 23:25:17
ptn 0 name='boot' start=304 len=20
(there are a total of 6 ptns)
When I'm in this screen I run "install-recovery-windows.bat" from Clockwork. It says that about 3MB is traferred to the phone, so I remove the battery and reboot into the bootloader, however I just get the blue screen again - so the Clockwork ROM clearly hasn't been traferred properly.
I have tried from a Linux (Ubuntu) machine but then adb won't list the phone while it's in fastboot mode. I guess it isn't safe to flash the phone while it's booted normally?