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[GUIDE]All Huawei new&old phones-Install Stock Rom-Full Reset

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By veer1238, Senior Member on 28th March 2011, 08:25 AM
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Here is how you do a Complete reset on all huawei android phones!
This resets everything and bring your phone to state when you first purchased it!

PLEASE BACKUP EVERY SENSITIVE DATA AS YOU WILL LOOSE EVERYTHING YOU HAVE ON PHONE!


Procedure:
1)Download a stock ROM from



Try using rom based on/closer to your region/country/operator. Better see for a pdf file inside the archive for your device compatiblity.
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2) Format your SD card in FAT32(NO NEED TO FORMATE IF ITS ALREADY FAT32)

3)create a folder "dload" off course without the quotes on to the root of your SD card.

3) Extract the UPDATE.APP from the stock ROM and place it in "dload"

4) Power off your phone with sd card inside.

5)Power on by pressing POWER+RED BUTTON+VOLUME UP Button if done properly you will see progress bar saying UPDATING!

after its done it will reboot automatically and YOUR phone good as NEW!!!!!
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16th April 2011, 04:05 PM |#2  
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Does this method restore the original recovery?
EDIT: Just tested it and it does.
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Does this method restore the original recovery?

It did for me....but original is crapy!
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It did for me....but original is crapy!

Just wanted to test whether the latest stock rom had multitouch enabled by default. And also whether it returns the recovery to default in case my phone ever needs to be repaired under warranty.
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Just wanted to test whether the latest stock rom had multitouch enabled by default. And also whether it returns the recovery to default in case my phone ever needs to be repaired under warranty.

It suppourts mult-touch tested my self! And it does restore original recovery
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Yeah i'd also tried it myself. I like the boot animation though. At least that's one thing I can take from it.
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Yeah i'd also tried it myself. I like the boot animation though. At least that's one thing I can take from it.

Lol...also a file browser...!:P
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I will hang on to this as my Guardian Angle! Tkx for your awesome work!
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I will hang on to this as my Guardian Angle! Tkx for your awesome work!

Your welcome
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helo sir iam new to android iam trying to backup my rom using rom manager bt its ideos u8150 not supprted iam using latest version 4.0.0.5 plzzzz telll me how to backup my orignal rom thanks
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I will hang on to this as my Guardian Angle! Tkx for your awesome work!

+1 me too here, thanx for the info
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