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HISuite Proxy ( Huawei Phones' Updater & Soft-Brick Fixer )

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Introduction
Simply this application reverse engineers ( modifies ) HISuite, to be able to manipulate its Huawei servers' response data for installing official roms of Huawei, customarily.

Features
  • Support for OTA ROMs
  • Support for FullOTA ROMs ( Consists of three packages, Base, CUST, Pre-Loaded )
  • Support for Roll back ROMs ( kind of full ROM )
  • Support for Developer ROMs
  • Support for System Recovery ROMS
  • HISuite Error Handler

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Prerequisites

Setup Guide & Download

Special thanks to my friend @nomone for beta testing and the idea of system recovery support.
 
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he_brandt

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@IProfessor Thank you for the hint to use the HiSuite Proxy SW, it looks really good.
But I have one question.
I searched in the TEAM MT Database for the wanted Firmware. I took the Version SHT-AL09C432B163 (8.0.0.163) (FullOTA-MF).
I get the following files from the filelist: (the links are in this Post, I'm not allowed to make a new entry with external links)
- update.zip
- update_full_SHT-AL09_hw_eu.zip
- update_data_full_public.zip

Can you say me how do I have to insert these three links in the HiSuite Proxy software?
Or where I can find the links I need?

I have to downgrade to version B163 or below.

Devicedata:
Model: SHT-AL09
Build-Number 9.10.0334 (C342E3R1P3)
 

nomone

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Apr 7, 2020
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Amazon Fire TV
Huawei Mate 10
@IProfessor Thank you for the hint to use the HiSuite Proxy SW, it looks really good.
But I have one question.
I searched in the TEAM MT Database for the wanted Firmware. I took the Version SHT-AL09C432B163 (8.0.0.163) (FullOTA-MF).
I get the following files from the filelist: (the links are in this Post, I'm not allowed to make a new entry with external links)
- update.zip
- update_full_SHT-AL09_hw_eu.zip
- update_data_full_public.zip

Can you say me how do I have to insert these three links in the HiSuite Proxy software?
Or where I can find the links I need?

I have to downgrade to version B163 or below.

Devicedata:
Model: SHT-AL09
Build-Number 9.10.0334 (C342E3R1P3)

I can confirm you that downgrade is possible, I've tried with my Mate 10 Pro and the update appeared. But I don't know how to use the other two packages in the build, I think it's better to don't go forward because if we don't understand exactly what HiSuite wants we could brick the device.

Little hint: if HiSuite still doesn't see any upgrade check Rollback Os or Developer Os on HiSuite proxy and when HiSuite shows there are no update click switch to another version

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@IProfessor Thank you for the hint to use the HiSuite Proxy SW, it looks really good.
But I have one question.
I searched in the TEAM MT Database for the wanted Firmware. I took the Version SHT-AL09C432B163 (8.0.0.163) (FullOTA-MF).
I get the following files from the filelist: (the links are in this Post, I'm not allowed to make a new entry with external links)
- update.zip
- update_full_SHT-AL09_hw_eu.zip
- update_data_full_public.zip

Can you say me how do I have to insert these three links in the HiSuite Proxy software?
Or where I can find the links I need?

I have to downgrade to version B163 or below.

Devicedata:
Model: SHT-AL09
Build-Number 9.10.0334 (C342E3R1P3)

Apparently roll back roms are consist of two files only, CUST And Preload ex:

http://update.dbankcdn.com/TDS/data/files/p3/s15/G3501/g1699/v339009/f1/full/filelist.xml ( Named as BLA-L29-CUST 9.0.0.2(C185) )
http://update.dbankcdn.com/TDS/data/files/p3/s15/G3501/g1699/v308870/f1/full/filelist.xml

( I've got those from official requests of HiSuite )

If you can find such files for your phone I guess then you just have to put them in the app and keep url of Base rom empty.
if no then you could go by the other way, System Recovery

Pick a full rom, CUST and prelaod of it, boot into fastboot and let it do the job ( notice that I guess you'll lose your internal data in this process )

I've tried finding rom for your phone, that's 8.0, unfortunately I couldn't find a 8.0 CUST neither 8.0 Preload for any region of your phone...

Though I found a full package for your phone, versioned as 8.0, you might try that alone in reovery mode it will either work or bug it up, wanna risk for the sake of science? :silly:
http://update.hicloud.com:8180/TDS/data/files/p3/s15/G1943/g1719/v200086/f1/full/changelog.xml

( Though as it's one filelist that includes several zip packages, I guess hisuite gonna bring all of those and make it work out for them )
 
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Sergiocubano1

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Dec 3, 2015
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hi, does this work for the alp-l09 mate 10 model ?, because I have mine brickened and I would like to repair it, although I have also searched and there is no emui 10 for my model I think

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nomone

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Apr 7, 2020
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Amazon Fire TV
Huawei Mate 10
hi, does this work for the alp-l09 mate 10 model ?, because I have mine brickened and I would like to repair it, although I have also searched and there is no emui 10 for my model I think

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Yes if it's softbricked (fastboot works) you'll be able to recover it as I did.

If you want to update there's no way for ALP-L09 because Huawei didn't release emui 10 firmwares

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Sergiocubano1

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Dec 3, 2015
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Yes if it's softbricked (fastboot works) you'll be able to recover it as I did.

If you want to update there's no way for ALP-L09 because Huawei didn't release emui 10 firmwares

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Send me privately how to do it please

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nomone

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Apr 7, 2020
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Send me privately how to do it please

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It's simple, follow this steps:
1. Install latest version of HiSuite and don't run it
2. Open HiSuite-Proxy as administrator and click on httpcomponent.dll, it will search for httpcomponent.dll located usually in C:/Program Files(x86)/HiSuite and let the tool patch it.
3. Set HiSuite to use a proxy and use ip 127.0.0.1 and port 7777 as HiSuite-Proxy says
4. Find your BASE, CUST, and PRELOAD packages on FirmwareFinder, they are needed to perform a system recovery and then insert their links into their respective textboxes in HiSuite-Proxy;
5. Open C:/Users/yourusername/AppData/Local/HiSuite/UpdateDogDev/HiSuiteConfig.xml and add an entry for your phone model if there isn't
5. Then you can follow these steps https://github.com/ProfessorJTJ/HISuite-Proxy/wiki/System-Recovery-Rom-Instruction-(-Soft-Bricked-)


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Sergiocubano1

Senior Member
Dec 3, 2015
273
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It's simple, follow this steps:
1. Install latest version of HiSuite and don't run it
2. Open HiSuite-Proxy as administrator and click on httpcomponent.dll, it will search for httpcomponent.dll located usually in C:/Program Files(x86)/HiSuite and let the tool patch it.
3. Set HiSuite to use a proxy and use ip 127.0.0.1 and port 7777 as HiSuite-Proxy says
4. Find your BASE, CUST, and PRELOAD packages on FirmwareFinder, they are needed to perform a system recovery and then insert their links into their respective textboxes in HiSuite-Proxy;
5. Then you can follow these steps https://github.com/ProfessorJTJ/HISuite-Proxy/wiki/System-Recovery-Rom-Instruction-(-Soft-Bricked-)

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Already but the problem is that the update only has an update_full_base.zip file[emoji26]

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nomone

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Apr 7, 2020
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Amazon Fire TV
Huawei Mate 10
If I want to restore it

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If you want to restore it because it's softbricked you 'll need these three zips. If you write here your model cust, for example (ALP-L09C432) I'll post here the links you have to use. Don't try to use another cust version

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Sergiocubano1

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If you want to restore it because it's softbricked you 'll need these three zips. If you write here your model cust, for example (ALP-L09C432) I'll post here the links you have to use. Don't try to use another cust version

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Okis is that same model alp-l09 c432

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Sergiocubano1

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Well, the computer doesn't recognize my mobile, And I tried to install several drivers and none works, also when it turns on it recognizes me as Huawei p20 pro and appears without IMEI [emoji26], I have the box with the IMEI but I don't know how to put it on either, well anyway thanks for the help [emoji21]JPEG_20200420_144626_904799863423296379.jpg

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Well, the computer doesn't recognize my mobile, And I tried to install several drivers and none works, also when it turns on it recognizes me as Huawei p20 pro and appears without IMEI [emoji26], I have the box with the IMEI but I don't know how to put it on either, well anyway thanks for the help [emoji21]View attachment 4999451

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Is that Team MT's multitool? Why are you using it?
Do you have hisuite installed? Because hisuite installs the necessary drivers with itself
 
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    You mean the check box that says, "Force Auth Bridge"?

    Should this be the route I'm taking to get a more updated OS since US Honor 7X got shafted. Or should I maybe just go with a custom rom?
    Use a custom rom, installing other model rom always comes with unexpected consequences
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    Introduction
    Simply this application reverse engineers ( modifies ) HISuite, to be able to manipulate its Huawei servers' response data for installing official roms of Huawei, customarily.

    Features
    • Support for OTA ROMs
    • Support for FullOTA ROMs ( Consists of three packages, Base, CUST, Pre-Loaded )
    • Support for Roll back ROMs ( kind of full ROM )
    • Support for Developer ROMs
    • Support for System Recovery ROMS
    • HISuite Error Handler

    Screanshots

    1.PNG2.PNG[


    Prerequisites

    Setup Guide & Download

    Special thanks to my friend @nomone for beta testing and the idea of system recovery support.
    5
    1.8 Is out

    https://github.com/ProfessorJTJ/HISuite-Proxy/releases/tag/1.8

    Changes:
    Firms names now turn into "Unknown" in case left empty
    Better error handling of "authentication" request
    "Advanced" section firm status checker now show firm name too

    Added:
    Firm not approved alert
    Firm not matching alert

    Set-up section:
    Checks if HISuite is installed
    Checks HISuite version
    Patches httpcomponent.dll if necessary
    Sets proxy settings for HISuite
    Cleans C:/Windows/Sytem32/Drivers/etc/hosts file if required
    Tests connection to HISuite proxy
    4
    When you give it to repair it tells you that it is ready and then this error comes out the device does not support system recovery [emoji26]

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    This error appears when HiSuite doesn't find an entry of your model in HiSuiteConfig. As @IProfessor said try to add both ALP-L09 and CLT-L09 and retry several times, eventually restarting HiSuite

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    4
    V1.5 is out

    https://github.com/ProfessorJTJ/HISuite-Proxy/releases/tag/1.7.5

    Changes:
    Less confusing patching system
    Step by step copying system ( read further on github page )

    Next aim:
    1. Adding Troubleshooter.
    2. Making a video on how to use the app.
    4
    Send me privately how to do it please

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    It's simple, follow this steps:
    1. Install latest version of HiSuite and don't run it
    2. Open HiSuite-Proxy as administrator and click on httpcomponent.dll, it will search for httpcomponent.dll located usually in C:/Program Files(x86)/HiSuite and let the tool patch it.
    3. Set HiSuite to use a proxy and use ip 127.0.0.1 and port 7777 as HiSuite-Proxy says
    4. Find your BASE, CUST, and PRELOAD packages on FirmwareFinder, they are needed to perform a system recovery and then insert their links into their respective textboxes in HiSuite-Proxy;
    5. Open C:/Users/yourusername/AppData/Local/HiSuite/UpdateDogDev/HiSuiteConfig.xml and add an entry for your phone model if there isn't
    5. Then you can follow these steps https://github.com/ProfessorJTJ/HISuite-Proxy/wiki/System-Recovery-Rom-Instruction-(-Soft-Bricked-)


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