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Huawei Ascend G6-L11 4G


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Hi,

Huawei Ascend G6-L11 4G

I've searched for this but can't find anything. I got this phone a couple of weeks ago and have managed to root it with Towelroot. Are there any plans for development of custom roms/recovery, unlock bootloader etc. Can't find anything any where

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I'm surprised this phone hasn't had more interest also. Looks like the logical replacement for the g300. I'm in the market for a new phone and haven't got this yet as there seems to be very little development. I hope that changes.

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It's a great phone. We just need the factory rom for this device, and a custom recovery for futur custom roms.

It's really curious that nobody is interested by this device.....

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Re ROMs for the Huawei Ascend G6 LTE (Huawei Ascend G6 L11/L22/L33)

 

The G6-L11, G6-L22 and G6-L33 models are all apparently ROM-compatible.

The official Ascend G6 L33 ROM is at:  http://www.huaweidevice.com.co/?page_id=766

There is also what looks like kernel source code here: http://emui.huawei.com/plugin.php?id=hwdownload&mod=detail&mid=59  (compatible with G6-L11, G6-L22 and G6-L33).

 

I would dearly love it if there was some developer interest in this phone.

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For those who are interested in building the kernel :

1/ download kernel source from : http://emui.huawei.com/plugin.php?id=hwdownload&mod=detail&mid=59

2/ unzip the kernel

3/ on your phone, extract the boot.img (in su mode dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p18 of=/sdcard/boot.img

4/ adb pull /sdcard/boot.img on you linux pc in your kernel folder

5/ in your extracted kernel folder ./scripts/extract-ikconfig boot.img > .config

6/ now you have your .config file for building the kernel

7/ modify the kernel Makefile to match your cross-compiling environment 

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7 bis/ in Makefile : ARCH=arm

7 ter/     CROSS_COMPILE=arm-linux-gnueabi- (for me)

8/ make clean

9/ make

10/ if success you have the zimage in /arc/arm/boot/ folder

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