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[U8650] ClockworkMOD v5.0.2.7 for Huawei

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By klurosu, Senior Member on 18th February 2012, 08:00 PM
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- Unrar "Huawei U8650.rar ClockworkMod 5.0.2.7."

2 - Turn off your cell phone battery 5sec, so put in again and enter fastboot mode: (VOL- and POWER simultaneously for 25sec)

3 - Connect mobile phone to the PC.

4 - Execute: "ClockworkMod 5.0.2.7 (Bootloader-Volum DOWN + POWER)"

5 - Run "reboot" (even DO NOT take the cable)

6 - You are now in ClockworkMod 5.0.2.7

(if windows do not find the drivers, look them in the folder "Drivers for Huawei U8650")
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This should of been posted in the dev section on XDA,just giving you some advice

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This should of been posted in the dev section on XDA,just giving you some advice

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Thx for the advice.
8th March 2012, 04:34 PM |#4  
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Hi everybody. I have installed CWM v5.0.2.7 on my SONIC U8650 smartphone. I'm having a slight problem with this recovery (same occurred with previous version 4.0.1.4). It's not saving the ext partition that I have on the sd card. When I perform a backup through CWM, it skips the saving of sdext as this partition is not being found. Also, with previous CWM version 4.0.1.4, there was an option to manually mount the partition (just in case it is not found at the time of backup) in the "Mounts and storage" option. This option is no longer present in CWM 5.0.2.7 so I can't manually mount the partition (whether this would let CWM recognize the partition and make a proper backup of it). In the end I'm not able to have sdext fully backed up (I resorted at doing a manual backup on my notebook with LINUX with partimage) along with all the other partitions such as /system, /data, /cache etc etc. I therefore wonder if this is a bug and if there's a way to get around this.
I have another smartphone with CWM v5.0.2.3 installed and on this one the backup of the sd-ext partition does work (and it is ext4, not ext3). I wonder if on this 5.0.2.7 version for SONIC, ext3 partitions would be recognized or not.

P.S.: The CWM 5.0.2.7 I installed was taken from here. And this is the installation guide. Is this the same CWM as the one posted here?

EDIT: I have flashed even this version posted here and still the same problem.... it desn't backup my sd-ext partition. It does backup boot_image, recovery_image, system, data, android_secure, cache but not sd-ext (no sd-ext found).
9th March 2012, 10:23 PM |#5  
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Hi everybody. I have installed CWM v5.0.2.7 on my SONIC U8650 smartphone. I'm having a slight problem with this recovery (same occurred with previous version 4.0.1.4). It's not saving the ext partition that I have on the sd card. When I perform a backup through CWM, it skips the saving of sdext as this partition is not being found. Also, with previous CWM version 4.0.1.4, there was an option to manually mount the partition (just in case it is not found at the time of backup) in the "Mounts and storage" option. This option is no longer present in CWM 5.0.2.7 so I can't manually mount the partition (whether this would let CWM recognize the partition and make a proper backup of it). In the end I'm not able to have sdext fully backed up (I resorted at doing a manual backup on my notebook with LINUX with partimage) along with all the other partitions such as /system, /data, /cache etc etc. I therefore wonder if this is a bug and if there's a way to get around this.
I have another smartphone with CWM v5.0.2.3 installed and on this one the backup of the sd-ext partition does work (and it is ext4, not ext3). I wonder if on this 5.0.2.7 version for SONIC, ext3 partitions would be recognized or not.

P.S.: The CWM 5.0.2.7 I installed was taken from here. And this is the installation guide. Is this the same CWM as the one posted here?

EDIT: I have flashed even this version posted here and still the same problem.... it desn't backup my sd-ext partition. It does backup boot_image, recovery_image, system, data, android_secure, cache but not sd-ext (no sd-ext found).

Hi dude:

If you wanna sd-ext on your sd card you must follow (exactly) this easy steps.

1- Full format in FAT32 your SD card with Mini Partition 7 (windows) or gparted (linux); per example: Primary FAT32

2- put your sd card into your phone and get into recovery menu.
---go to "mounts and storage" and format this parts:
---/boot
---/cache
---/data
---/sdcard
---/system

3- Go to the beggining of recovery menu and select:
..."wipe data/factory reset"...(say YES)
..."wipe cache partition"...(say YES)
Go to ...advanced ..."wipe Dalvik Cache"...(say YES)
...go back...

5- Go to...advanced...partition SD card (say 512Mb to ext and64Mb to swap)
...go back...
...go to...mounts & storage... mount USB storage...
... conect the phone via USB and pass your favourite ROM to the cellular

6- select "unmount"

7- Go to "Go Back"

8- Select "install zip from sdcard"... "chose zip from sdcard" and select your ROM

10- Say YES and wait untill your ROm is installed

Congratz, now you have your U8650 with custom ROM and ext partition with swap


P.S. I know the steps are some tedious think but, it works at 110% man


Greetings from spain
29th March 2012, 11:06 AM |#6  
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Please help! Huawei u8652 (At&t Fusion)
Am stuck here with an At&t fusion which a friend purchased a not long ago. He set it up with a lock pattern but unfortunately his colleague took it up and tried more than 5times. Now the phone is asking for the gmail account used to set it up. Which he did not change when he got it. I would like you to give a step by step guide to get the cwm on it in other to flash it with custom rom. The menu can't be accessed so I thought your method would be the best.
11th July 2012, 09:43 AM |#7  
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Originally Posted by klurosu

Hi dude:

If you wanna sd-ext on your sd card you must follow (exactly) this easy steps.

1- Full format in FAT32 your SD card with Mini Partition 7 (windows) or gparted (linux); per example: Primary FAT32

2- put your sd card into your phone and get into recovery menu.
---go to "mounts and storage" and format this parts:
---/boot
---/cache
---/data
---/sdcard
---/system

3- Go to the beggining of recovery menu and select:
..."wipe data/factory reset"...(say YES)
..."wipe cache partition"...(say YES)
Go to ...advanced ..."wipe Dalvik Cache"...(say YES)
...go back...

5- Go to...advanced...partition SD card (say 512Mb to ext and64Mb to swap)
...go back...
...go to...mounts & storage... mount USB storage...
... conect the phone via USB and pass your favourite ROM to the cellular

6- select "unmount"

7- Go to "Go Back"

8- Select "install zip from sdcard"... "chose zip from sdcard" and select your ROM

10- Say YES and wait untill your ROm is installed

Congratz, now you have your U8650 with custom ROM and ext partition with swap


P.S. I know the steps are some tedious think but, it works at 110% man


Greetings from spain

Sorry for the late reply and many thanks for the tip. I have been using the SONIC so far without the need to restore the system which works fine, so it was not urgent and therefore I kept it as it was, never tried again to overcome the problem. Only a question: does this procedure (different from the one I used) let the system correctly generate the backup of /sdext partition in CWM? Because I don't see why it would work with this procedure and not with my current sdext partition, which I created using gparted on a linux notebook.
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Easy as pie, thank you.
13th August 2012, 04:32 PM |#9  
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I've been having similar problems with creating/saving the partitions. I used a procedure like yours and managed to get the partitions created.
But your write hits it on the head......thanks.

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Originally Posted by klurosu

Hi dude:

If you wanna sd-ext on your sd card you must follow (exactly) this easy steps.

1- Full format in FAT32 your SD card with Mini Partition 7 (windows) or gparted (linux); per example: Primary FAT32

2- put your sd card into your phone and get into recovery menu.
---go to "mounts and storage" and format this parts:
---/boot
---/cache
---/data
---/sdcard
---/system

3- Go to the beggining of recovery menu and select:
..."wipe data/factory reset"...(say YES)
..."wipe cache partition"...(say YES)
Go to ...advanced ..."wipe Dalvik Cache"...(say YES)
...go back...

5- Go to...advanced...partition SD card (say 512Mb to ext and64Mb to swap)
...go back...
...go to...mounts & storage... mount USB storage...
... conect the phone via USB and pass your favourite ROM to the cellular

6- select "unmount"

7- Go to "Go Back"

8- Select "install zip from sdcard"... "chose zip from sdcard" and select your ROM

10- Say YES and wait untill your ROm is installed

Congratz, now you have your U8650 with custom ROM and ext partition with swap


P.S. I know the steps are some tedious think but, it works at 110% man


Greetings from spain

8th October 2012, 02:01 PM |#10  
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Worked for me, thanx.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by klurosu

- Unrar "Huawei U8650.rar ClockworkMod 5.0.2.7."

2 - Turn off your cell phone battery 5sec, so put in again and enter fastboot mode: (VOL- and POWER simultaneously for 25sec)

3 - Connect mobile phone to the PC.

4 - Execute: "ClockworkMod 5.0.2.7 (Bootloader-Volum DOWN + POWER)"

5 - Run "reboot" (even DO NOT take the cable)

6 - You are now in ClockworkMod 5.0.2.7

(if windows do not find the drivers, look them in the folder "Drivers for Huawei U8650")

It's a really simple guide but download link is broken, please help
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