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# [Q] Questions about a failed custom rom flash.

## OPkinasaw

10th May 2014, 02:12 PM   |  #1
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This is the first time I tried to install a custom rom. Please be gentle.

Device: Huawei Y300 (Bootloader unlocked and rooted)
TWRP Version: 2.5.0.1
Custom rom: cm-11-20140510-NIGHTLY-u8833.zip (found here)

I mindlessly tried to flash cyanogenmod 11 (kitkat) on my Huawei Y300. Here was the last steps I did:
1. copied rom and gapps zip files on phone root
2. restarted phone in fastboot mode
Code:
fastboot flash boot path\to\boot.img
(everything seem to be working fine)
4. ran
Code:
fastboot reboot
(phone rebooted in TWRP)
5. Tried to install cm-11-20140510-NIGHTLY-u8833.zip rom file (installation failed)

From what I read, the version of my twrp is not compatible with kitkat? Now i believe I bricked my phone because I forgot to create a backup of the stock rom.

Questions:
Is the stock rom still somehow there, hiding in my phone memory?
Is it possible to "undo"
Code:
fastboot flash boot path\to\boot.img
so that the "original" boot.img is used by my phone when I try to reboot it?

I am currently downloading Android SDK with a plan to upgrade my twrp for kitkat compatibility. I hope this will let me install cyanogenmod kitkat on my huawei. But I am not sure if I will succeed. If I still fail, can you guys tell me what other options I have to save my phone?

Thanks

Edit: problem solved.
I learned how to properly flash/upgrade twrp via fastboot.. Retried installing rom with twrp 2.7 and it was successful.
Last edited by kinasaw; 10th May 2014 at 04:24 PM.