[TOOL] Huawei Multi-Tool v8 by Team MT

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Huawei Multi-Tool by Team MT
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Download Link:
Project downloads

Description:
The application is based on working with fastboot and adb modes of Huawei and Honor smartphones. Allows you to perform many actions with any device on the processor Kirin and Qualcomm. If you are new to Huawei devices, the utility will help open the bootloader, put TWRP, get root and so on without knowing the command line. For the advanced — it’s an affordable and powerful utility instead of the command line. The utility of the utility grows every day.

The utility’s functionality is divided into BASIC and ADVANCED. Basic have all supported devices. Advanced, only those whose full support is claimed.
Advanced is marked in orange color below.

Capabilities:
  • Auto-update to the current version (updates itself).
  • Change the language of the utility (RU / EN / CN).
  • Installing Custom Recovery / eRecovery (TWRP).
  • Assistant for installing custom SuperSu (Root).
  • Reboot to Recovery | eRecovery | Fastboot & Rescue mode.
  • Custom firmware BOOT.img.
  • Flashing the images of boot, cust, recovery, system, userdata.
  • Unlock / Lock bootloader (with saving key locally and to the Team MT cloud )
  • Unbrick.
  • Installing All Drivers for Huawei Devices.
  • Install Huawei HiSuite.
  • Installing Huawei Update Extractor.
  • Installing DC Unlocker.
  • Installing DC Phoenix.
  • Enabling hidden / disabled EMUI functions without Root.
  • Installing TWRP.
  • Installing TWRP from the online database.
  • SuperSu Installation.
  • SuperSu Installation from the online database.
  • Installing the recovery.img, recovery2.img and boot.img run from the online database.
  • Install any* firmware (RUFI).
Operating system:
Windows 7 SP1 / 8.1 / 10 (Windows XP not available)
Linux / MAC OS — through virtual mashine.

Requirements: Install when requesting .NET 4.6.1

UI Languages: RU/EN/CN

Project Website: http://pro-teammt.ru/huawei-multi-tool

Support: Support chat in Telegram with us and community (RUS/ENG)

News: TeamMT News channel (RUS)

Tutorials: TeamMT YOUTUBE channel (RUS)

Developer: inside!out / Team MT /

XDA:DevDB Information
[TOOL] Huawei Multi-Tool v8 by Team MT, Tool/Utility for the Honor 8

Contributors
inside!out, greatslon, virusplus, redhaos (4pda), wolfhound88 (4pda), vovan1982 (4pda)

Version Information
Status: Beta
Beta Release Date: 2017-12-08

Created 2017-01-21
Last Updated 2019-11-27
 

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Are the Chinese versions *7.1.1x* "release" versions or "beta" versions and also: Do they include other languages, like English (to pick one out of a hat) ;;)?

I realize there'd be radio problems, etc, but am thinking of ways around it if each version includes all language capabilities.

Thanks.
 
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Hi there! Yesterday i flashed B360 to my FRD-L09, and while trying to get twrp and root working things went south. Eventually I've wiped the data partition, performed a factory reset and flashed a b360 data package from one of the forum threads via twrp. This resulted in an non-fully functional system (couldn't use security tab in settings, updater wasn't even there, themes didn't work correctly etc.) I've tried to use the unbrick feature of the multitool to revert to B131, but it resulted in the system not booting at all. I've tried relocking the bootloader to be able to use the stock eRecovery or hisuite, but instead I've got the phone hanging on the blue screen with honor logo. I can restart it, but it won't respond to fastboot or recovery key combination. Is it a brick? :(
 

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Hi there! Yesterday i flashed B360 to my FRD-L09, and while trying to get twrp and root working things went south. Eventually I've wiped the data partition, performed a factory reset and flashed a b360 data package from one of the forum threads via twrp. This resulted in an non-fully functional system (couldn't use security tab in settings, updater wasn't even there, themes didn't work correctly etc.) I've tried to use the unbrick feature of the multitool to revert to B131, but it resulted in the system not booting at all. I've tried relocking the bootloader to be able to use the stock eRecovery or hisuite, but instead I've got the phone hanging on the blue screen with honor logo. I can restart it, but it won't respond to fastboot or recovery key combination. Is it a brick? :(

Were you ever able to get into fastboot or recovery?
 

sysak

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Were you ever able to get into fastboot or recovery?

Yes. First i lost recovery when i flashed the stock recovery with the mt-tool. I lost fastboot when i relocked the bootloader.

EDIT: Once the battery drained overnight, I was able to put it in fastboot. I've noticed that when i use the unbrick functionality the writing of 'cust' fails. Any way to force a full reflash of update.app? HiSuite says my device is unsupported and mt-tool doesn't seem to do the trick, unless the problem is in the software i'm trying to flash (L09C432B131).
 
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DanDroidOS

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Yes. First i lost recovery when i flashed the stock recovery with the mt-tool. I lost fastboot when i relocked the bootloader.

EDIT: Once the battery drained overnight, I was able to put it in fastboot. I've noticed that when i use the unbrick functionality the writing of 'cust' fails. Any way to force a full reflash of update.app? HiSuite says my device is unsupported and mt-tool doesn't seem to do the trick, unless the problem is in the software i'm trying to flash (L09C432B131).

I would try to flash TWRP in fastboot and use CM just so you can have a semi-working phone until you figure out the problem. Wish I could be of more help, but I'm a noob with the Honor. Hope you get it figured out, good luck.
 

sysak

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I would try to flash TWRP in fastboot and use CM just so you can have a semi-working phone until you figure out the problem. Wish I could be of more help, but I'm a noob with the Honor. Hope you get it figured out, good luck.

Thanks for your help. Actually this was what I tried to do after fastboot started to work again. Unfortunately it's stuck on "patching system image unconditionally" and i can't wipe or format most partitions. It's something to do with f2fs vs ext 4 i think. Maybe I'll try various unoficial twrp releases. Anyway, I'm optimistic that I'll figure it out. At least it's not a brick. BTW, wiping entire internal storage is not a good idea with honor 8, am i right?
 

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Thanks for your help. Actually this was what I tried to do after fastboot started to work again. Unfortunately it's stuck on "patching system image unconditionally" and i can't wipe or format most partitions. It's something to do with f2fs vs ext 4 i think. Maybe I'll try various unoficial twrp releases. Anyway, I'm optimistic that I'll figure it out. At least it's not a brick. BTW, wiping entire internal storage is not a good idea with honor 8, am i right?


The purpose of formatting the /data partition (and in turn internal storage) is merely to remove the /data partition encryption. I would suggest trying the Rollback package that Huawei offers to see if that does anything.
 
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    Huawei Multi-Tool by Team MT
    MTHH_main.png
    Download Link:
    Project downloads

    Description:
    The application is based on working with fastboot and adb modes of Huawei and Honor smartphones. Allows you to perform many actions with any device on the processor Kirin and Qualcomm. If you are new to Huawei devices, the utility will help open the bootloader, put TWRP, get root and so on without knowing the command line. For the advanced — it’s an affordable and powerful utility instead of the command line. The utility of the utility grows every day.

    The utility’s functionality is divided into BASIC and ADVANCED. Basic have all supported devices. Advanced, only those whose full support is claimed.
    Advanced is marked in orange color below.

    Capabilities:
    • Auto-update to the current version (updates itself).
    • Change the language of the utility (RU / EN / CN).
    • Installing Custom Recovery / eRecovery (TWRP).
    • Assistant for installing custom SuperSu (Root).
    • Reboot to Recovery | eRecovery | Fastboot & Rescue mode.
    • Custom firmware BOOT.img.
    • Flashing the images of boot, cust, recovery, system, userdata.
    • Unlock / Lock bootloader (with saving key locally and to the Team MT cloud )
    • Unbrick.
    • Installing All Drivers for Huawei Devices.
    • Install Huawei HiSuite.
    • Installing Huawei Update Extractor.
    • Installing DC Unlocker.
    • Installing DC Phoenix.
    • Enabling hidden / disabled EMUI functions without Root.
    • Installing TWRP.
    • Installing TWRP from the online database.
    • SuperSu Installation.
    • SuperSu Installation from the online database.
    • Installing the recovery.img, recovery2.img and boot.img run from the online database.
    • Install any* firmware (RUFI).
    Operating system:
    Windows 7 SP1 / 8.1 / 10 (Windows XP not available)
    Linux / MAC OS — through virtual mashine.

    Requirements: Install when requesting .NET 4.6.1

    UI Languages: RU/EN/CN

    Project Website: http://pro-teammt.ru/huawei-multi-tool

    Support: Support chat in Telegram with us and community (RUS/ENG)

    News: TeamMT News channel (RUS)

    Tutorials: TeamMT YOUTUBE channel (RUS)

    Developer: inside!out / Team MT /

    XDA:DevDB Information
    [TOOL] Huawei Multi-Tool v8 by Team MT, Tool/Utility for the Honor 8

    Contributors
    inside!out, greatslon, virusplus, redhaos (4pda), wolfhound88 (4pda), vovan1982 (4pda)

    Version Information
    Status: Beta
    Beta Release Date: 2017-12-08

    Created 2017-01-21
    Last Updated 2019-11-27
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    Friends! I have great news for you! On December 8, we launched an open test of our updated Multi-Tool 8 utility for Huawei devices.
    Over these days, we have fixed most of the critical bugs, and now we are ready to share our brainchild with the whole world. Like the previous MT7.1 project, the new utility has an online database, which our team replenishes with new images and other useful things. This project has great opportunities. Help us with your feedback, make a really good and convenient tool.
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    Guys, links and project repaired. Development in process. Translating too
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    Hello! New cool feature! Enabling/Disabling any application without root! Try now and tell your HUAWEI/HONOR friends