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By sillanwali, Senior Member on 23rd January 2017, 07:34 AM
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Mobile phone shutdown, you can enter the Fastboot , eRecovery, Recovery & Upgrade these modes:

Need to connect the computer:
Fastboot mode: long press the volume down key + power button.
eRecovery mode: long press the volume up key + power button.

Do not need to connect the computer:
Recovery mode: long press the volume up key + power button.
Upgrade mode: long press the volume up key + volume down key + power button.

When the phone is in these modes, long press the power button can restart the phone to exit the mode.

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2nd March 2017, 10:09 AM |#2  
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Problem in entering recover mode
Hi,
Thank you for this article, currently I can not enter recover mode I have unplugged the cable my device is not connected to my PC so I did press the volume up + power and i got the following message :

Your device has been unlocked and can't be trusted ......... your device is booting now...

and my device will keep the message till the phone turned off!

any idea .. please help .. appreciate your effort .

thank you
22nd March 2017, 02:32 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by Alaa.Hussien

Hi,
Thank you for this article, currently I can not enter recover mode I have unplugged the cable my device is not connected to my PC so I did press the volume up + power and i got the following message :

Your device has been unlocked and can't be trusted ......... your device is booting now...

and my device will keep the message till the phone turned off!

any idea .. please help .. appreciate your effort .

thank you

Same here. What to do?
22nd March 2017, 05:09 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by Alaa.Hussien

Hi,
Thank you for this article, currently I can not enter recover mode I have unplugged the cable my device is not connected to my PC so I did press the volume up + power and i got the following message :

Your device has been unlocked and can't be trusted ......... your device is booting now...

and my device will keep the message till the phone turned off!

any idea .. please help .. appreciate your effort .

thank you

As soon as the Huawei logo appears release the power key and continue to hold the volume up key until recovery loads. That seems to work for me. Make sure you press the 2 keys at the same time to start.
Do you have stock recovery? or TWRP? and is you phone rooted?
IF you have a rooted phone you can install 'Flashify' or 'TWRP Manager' or 'ROM Toolbox' to boot direct to recovery while phone is on.
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22nd March 2017, 09:45 PM |#5  
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As soon as the Huawei logo appears release the power key and continue to hold the volume up key until recovery loads. That seems to work for me. Make sure you press the 2 keys at the same time to start.
Do you have stock recovery? or TWRP? and is you phone rooted?
IF you have a rooted phone you can install 'Flashify' or 'TWRP Manager' or 'ROM Toolbox' to boot direct to recovery while phone is on.

With the volume up, it says:
"Your device has been unlocked and can't be trusted....."
Your device is booting now...

And then nothing.
Can't boot. Can only access fastboot.
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Reflash your recovery in fastboot.
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