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Brick the phone! HEEEELP!

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BeyondTheHorizon
1st June 2014, 12:23 PM   |  #11  
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What is the Update.app? Sorry for my ignorance but I have no idea.

thanks

You flashed from CWM, that's why you have this problem. Download a ROM that can be flashed by dload method, and that ROM must be a stock ROM. Stock ROM's are not in a flashable zip's format, but they are in a form of an update.app file.

Create a folder in your sdcard and name it dload. In dload folder put the update.app file. After that press volume up + down + power button all at once until you see the HUAWEI logo, after that release those buttons.
For this to work you must have stock recovery.
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1st June 2014, 04:06 PM   |  #12  
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You flashed from CWM, that's why you have this problem. Download a ROM that can be flashed by dload method, and that ROM must be a stock ROM. Stock ROM's are not in a flashable zip's format, but they are in a form of an update.app file.

Create a folder in your sdcard and name it dload. In dload folder put the update.app file. After that press volume up + down + power button all at once until you see the HUAWEI logo, after that release those buttons.
For this to work you must have stock recovery.

Ok, when I can I will try. Thank you very much!
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1st June 2014, 04:41 PM   |  #13  
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Ok, when I can I will try. Thank you very much!

You're welcome. Good luck and enjoy the new firmware.
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