[TOOL] Huawei Update Extractor [UPDATED: v0.9.9.5] | OPEN-SOURCE LIBRARY

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worstenbrood

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Huawei Update Extractor

After messing around a bit with the perl tools available for extracting Huawei update.app files,
i got the idea to create an own (windows) tool.

Requirements

(All versions <= v0.9.9.3 need .Net Framework 3.5)
Latest version uses .Net Framework 4.6.1

Install

Extract the content of the zip to a folder somewhere on your system.
Execute HuaweiUpdateExtractor.exe
I'm planning to create an installer sometime.

Usage

Press the browse (...) button and select an update.app file. Select a device or unknown and press on the open button.
You'll see the content of the update.app file in the listview.

Select one or more files and right click. Choose Extract selected from the context menu.
Choose the ouput folder and press ok.
Or just right click on the list and select Extract all, choose the output folder again and press ok.
Press close on the extract window.

You can sort the list on sequence, filename and size. Just press on the desired column header.

Command line:

HuaweiUpdateExtractor extract input output [profile]
HuaweiUpdateExtractor repack input output profile

Profile

The profiles.xml file is used to identify the files in the update.app file. Every file in the update.app has a sequence or type, which is also
shown in the list. Those sequences or types are used to identify the file/device partition.

Example:

Code:
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<Profiles>
    <Profile name="Unknown" author="worstenbrood">
        <Files/>
    </Profile>
    <Profile name="Huawei G510-0100" author="worstenbrood">
        <Files>
            <File sequence="00000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p17">system.img</File>
            <File sequence="40000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p13">recovery.img</File>
            <File sequence="80000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p03">baseband.img</File>
            <File sequence="EC000000">version.txt</File>
            <File sequence="E4000000">splash.raw565</File>
            <File sequence="FC000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p12">boot.img</File>
            <File sequence="70000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p16">cust.img</File>
            <File sequence="30000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p18">userdata.img</File>
            <File sequence="FE000000" filetype="signature">signature</File>
            <File sequence="FF000000" filetype="checksum">crc</File>
        </Files>
    </Profile>
    <Profile name="Huawei P6" author="worstenbrood">
        <Files>
            <File type="system" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p16">system.img</File>
            <File type="cache" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p17">cache.img</File>
            <File type="cust" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p18">cust.img</File>
            <File type="userdata" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p19">userdata.img</File>
            <File type="modemimage" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p13">modemimage.img</File>
            <File type="boot" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p12">boot.img</File>
            <File type="recovery" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p11">recovery.img</File>
            <File type="md5rsa" filetype="signature">signature</File>
            <File type="crc" filetype="checksum">crc</File>
        </Files>
    </Profile>
</Profiles>

<Profiles>
- Root tag of the xml file.

<Profile>
- Identifies a device
- attribute name: name of the device
- attribute author: author of the device

<Files>
- File root tag

<File>
- Identifies a file
- attribute sequence: sequence of the file in update.app
- attribute type: type of the file in the update.app
- attribute partition: destination partition on the device
- attribute filetype: can be one of the following values:
* signature: used to identify the signature file
* checksum: used to identify the checksum file
- value: file name

You can add or edit devices. If you want them to integrate in newer version, pm 'em to me.
I'm gonna make some auto update for the device file somewhere in the future :)

To add your devices profile you'll have to identify your device partitions and map them against the files inside the update.app.
Thread about identifying partitions: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1959445

Roadmap

- You tell me ...

Credits

ZeBadger ([email protected]) for figuring out the file headers
S34Qu4K3 for the P6 partition layout
ngamyarthar for adding ALOT of devices!

Changelog

v0.9.1.0
- Create update zip works now, this requires to have a PERFECT device entry in the devices file. The sequence is used to identify the file AND partition. Only files that have these two will be included in the zip. USE WITH CAUTION, MAKE SURE THE PARTITION IS CORRECT OR YOU'LL END UP FLASHING THE WRONG IMAGES TO THE WRONG PARTITION !! I'M NOT RESPONSABLE FOR BRICKING YOUR DEVICE! IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING, THEN DON'T USE IT!

v0.9.1.1
- Added Type to the filelist (shows INPUT for g510 roms, but shows some useful info on P6 roms)

v0.9.2.0
- Files now can also be identified by the type attribute in devices.xml
- Added P6 device

v0.9.3.0
- Crc check during extract
- Crc check during creating flashable zip
- Added row to see file is flashable

v0.9.5.0
- Added repack
- Added icons and tooltip
- Added settings
- Experimental, no signing on repack, crc file gets generated
- Alot of stuff i forgot

v0.9.6.0
- Added command line options

v0.9.7.0
- Added G300 profile (thx ZeBadger)
- Added detailed info about the file (libmagic) in the tooltip on the extract list. This way it is easier to identify files inside the update.
(see screenshot). It will detect ext/fat/... partitions.

v0.9.7.1
- Alot of devices added in profiles (Credits to ngamyarthar, thanks alot dude!)
- Added android boot/recovery image recognition in magic.mgc

v0.9.7.2
- Made setup

-v0.9.7.4
- App will now remember last used profile.
- Fixed bug in repack code (remainder writing)
- Added signing options (During repack, once set, it will use the selected keyfile (PEM format) and algorithm to create the signature file. If there is no file selected or the file doesn't exist, it will use the existing signature file.)

Example of keyfile content:

Code:
-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----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-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----

-v0.9.7.5
- Default sorting on filename
- Small changes in structure of profiles.xml

-v0.9.7.6
- Added progress for signing and checksum generation
- Extract/CreateZip order by offset
- Repack order by Signature, Checksum, Files

-v0.9.7.7
- Doubleclick on item in extract files listview copies tooltip text to clipboard
- Added detailed android boot/recovery image detection to magic.mgc
- Added SecVRL header (the 2048 byte header in front of fastboot/boot/recovery image) detection

-v0.9.7.8
- Added timestamp options in settings
- Added tooltips in settings
- Some ui changes (which hopefully fix the missing "..." button issue)

-v0.9.7.9
- Some small ui fixes
- When saved location of the app is on a monitor that isn't attached anymore, app location is restored to center of primary screen.

-v0.9.8.0
- Some small ui changes
- Sort profiles by name
- Remember last used directory
- Added profile for Huawei G526 (Credits Roman Dmitriev)

-v0.9.9.0
- Added compatibility for wine/mono
- Fixed bug in settings (Verify header checksum)
- Made the app localizable (Download the Resources_EN example, if you make a translation, make sure that your assembly start with "Resources_" and ends with the TwoLetterISOLanguageName (eg. EN for english) of your culture and put the assembly in the same directory as the application)
- Added profile for Huawei Ascend Mate 7 (Thanks to sketchykingy)

-v0.9.9.1
- Added missing translatable resources (updated Resources_EN)
- Added profile for Huawei MediaPad X1 7.0 (7D-503L) (Credits ElectroMyStyle)

-v0.9.9.2
- Fixed int overflow (extracting big files)

-v0.9.9.3
- Added drag/drop for files and folders.

-v0.9.9.5 - 12/12/2016
- Upgraded to .Net Framework 4.6.1
- Fixed libmagic calling convention
- Huawei Mediapad M2 8.0 (M2-802L) profile by @beast.in.black
- Huawei Ascend P8 (GRA-L09) profile by @nexolight
- Huawei Mate S profile by @philipp900
- Huawei P8 lite profile by @linus2014
- Huawei Honor 5x (Kiwi-L2X) profile by @deadman96385

26122015

Created an opensource c# library to work with update.app files:
https://github.com/worstenbrood/HuaweiUpdateLibrary

Enjoy

Download

- v0.9.9.3: Setup - Zip
- v0.9.9.5: Zip

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Donate if you like my work.
 

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S34Qu4K3

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I dont think its signed, but it has a per file per block checksum which should be correct...

So, repack is useless, i tried it, you need to resign the app to make the new checksums match or it will give you an error when you flash it via default recovery.
Don't missunderstand me, is a great tool, and simplifies the unpack/repack for more unexperienced users, but without the sign, you can't flash it, that's what i say that is a bit useless (like the other scripts to unpack and repack)
 

worstenbrood

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So, repack is useless, i tried it, you need to resign the app to make the new checksums match or it will give you an error when you flash it via default recovery.
Don't missunderstand me, is a great tool, and simplifies the unpack/repack for more unexperienced users, but without the sign, you can't flash it, that's what i say that is a bit useless (like the other scripts to unpack and repack)

I'll investigate some more when i have the time. Also the signing part is why i actually made a function to create a flashable zip from it, this way you CAN flash it with a custom recovery (ok you need an unlocked bootloader, but why would'nt you do that anyway :))
 
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S34Qu4K3

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I'll investigate some more when i have the time. Also the signing part is why i actually made a function to create a flashable zip from it, this way you CAN flash it with a custom recovery (ok you need an unlocked bootloader, but why would'nt you do that anyway :))

That's great
 

reyncla

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Excellent work Worstenbrood! :good:

The tool is very good. I've tried with several Update.app and all OK.

It would be very interesting to get to repack the file Update.app because still do not have a custom recovery bootable. With the current cwm recovery can not extract files. Img a partition.

May you work on the file repack Update.app

The author Genokolar the custom recovery of Honor 2 miui port and a large majority of Huawei moblies have to pack and repack the file Update.app (over 4 months ago):

https://github.com/genokolar/unpacker_huawei/blob/master/unpack.php

That really says there that forked from tewilove / unpacker_huawei

Best Regards
 

worstenbrood

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Update to v0.9.5.0, added repack function, it only repacks the file + recalculates all checksums and the checksum file. No signing is done yet ! Since i have no access to a huawei device atm it would be nice to see some results (i'm wondering if the order of the files inside the update.app is important)
 

flibblesan

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Thank you for the update. BTW, the Huawei Ascend Mate has the same partition information as the P6 so should be easy to add to the tool. I've been using it to unpack Mate updates with success.
 

worstenbrood

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Thank you for the update. BTW, the Huawei Ascend Mate has the same partition information as the P6 so should be easy to add to the tool. I've been using it to unpack Mate updates with success.

Then it is just a matter of cloning the P6 profile inside the profiles.xml and changing the Name attribute or changing the name so that it suits both...
Any updates may be sent to me :)
 
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twins.7

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Then it is just a matter of cloning the P6 profile inside the profiles.xml and changing the Name attribute or changing the name so that it suits both...
Any updates may be sent to me :)

Confirm, it work too with D1QXL
Amazing, I found anywhere and none of them work. Great Tool :)

My I ask one feature? pack/unpack *.img
In my device, Ascend D1 Quad XL, every image has additional 2048 header before ANDROID magic word.
To extract boot.img/recovery.img, dsixda's Android Kitchen remove the 2048 header, save as new boot.img then extract it. Repack it.
But then, the repack image have no 2048 header. So I can't flash it manually to device.
Would yo learn/track this 2048 header :)

Thank's
 

worstenbrood

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Confirm, it work too with D1QXL
Amazing, I found anywhere and none of them work. Great Tool :)

My I ask one feature? pack/unpack *.img
In my device, Ascend D1 Quad XL, every image has additional 2048 header before ANDROID magic word.
To extract boot.img/recovery.img, dsixda's Android Kitchen remove the 2048 header, save as new boot.img then extract it. Repack it.
But then, the repack image have no 2048 header. So I can't flash it manually to device.
Would yo learn/track this 2048 header :)

Thank's

Thanks.

I want to keep the app as generic as possible, you can easily write a bat file that does that :)
 

twins.7

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Thanks.

I want to keep the app as generic as possible, you can easily write a bat file that does that :)

No, I mean this 2048 header are unique. That's why I need your help to determine contain of header.
without that header I can't flash img to device. Each change in img, the header must change too.
 

worstenbrood

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Confirm, it work too with D1QXL
Amazing, I found anywhere and none of them work. Great Tool :)

My I ask one feature? pack/unpack *.img
In my device, Ascend D1 Quad XL, every image has additional 2048 header before ANDROID magic word.
To extract boot.img/recovery.img, dsixda's Android Kitchen remove the 2048 header, save as new boot.img then extract it. Repack it.
But then, the repack image have no 2048 header. So I can't flash it manually to device.
Would yo learn/track this 2048 header :)

Thank's

No, I mean this 2048 header are unique. That's why I need your help to determine contain of header.
without that header I can't flash img to device. Each change in img, the header must change too.

Share an image with me (with the header included) and i'll take a look when i have some time.
 
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    Huawei Update Extractor

    After messing around a bit with the perl tools available for extracting Huawei update.app files,
    i got the idea to create an own (windows) tool.

    Requirements

    (All versions <= v0.9.9.3 need .Net Framework 3.5)
    Latest version uses .Net Framework 4.6.1

    Install

    Extract the content of the zip to a folder somewhere on your system.
    Execute HuaweiUpdateExtractor.exe
    I'm planning to create an installer sometime.

    Usage

    Press the browse (...) button and select an update.app file. Select a device or unknown and press on the open button.
    You'll see the content of the update.app file in the listview.

    Select one or more files and right click. Choose Extract selected from the context menu.
    Choose the ouput folder and press ok.
    Or just right click on the list and select Extract all, choose the output folder again and press ok.
    Press close on the extract window.

    You can sort the list on sequence, filename and size. Just press on the desired column header.

    Command line:

    HuaweiUpdateExtractor extract input output [profile]
    HuaweiUpdateExtractor repack input output profile

    Profile

    The profiles.xml file is used to identify the files in the update.app file. Every file in the update.app has a sequence or type, which is also
    shown in the list. Those sequences or types are used to identify the file/device partition.

    Example:

    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0"?>
    <Profiles>
        <Profile name="Unknown" author="worstenbrood">
            <Files/>
        </Profile>
        <Profile name="Huawei G510-0100" author="worstenbrood">
            <Files>
                <File sequence="00000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p17">system.img</File>
                <File sequence="40000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p13">recovery.img</File>
                <File sequence="80000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p03">baseband.img</File>
                <File sequence="EC000000">version.txt</File>
                <File sequence="E4000000">splash.raw565</File>
                <File sequence="FC000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p12">boot.img</File>
                <File sequence="70000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p16">cust.img</File>
                <File sequence="30000000" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p18">userdata.img</File>
                <File sequence="FE000000" filetype="signature">signature</File>
                <File sequence="FF000000" filetype="checksum">crc</File>
            </Files>
        </Profile>
        <Profile name="Huawei P6" author="worstenbrood">
            <Files>
                <File type="system" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p16">system.img</File>
                <File type="cache" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p17">cache.img</File>
                <File type="cust" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p18">cust.img</File>
                <File type="userdata" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p19">userdata.img</File>
                <File type="modemimage" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p13">modemimage.img</File>
                <File type="boot" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p12">boot.img</File>
                <File type="recovery" partition="/dev/block/mmcblk0p11">recovery.img</File>
                <File type="md5rsa" filetype="signature">signature</File>
                <File type="crc" filetype="checksum">crc</File>
            </Files>
        </Profile>
    </Profiles>

    <Profiles>
    - Root tag of the xml file.

    <Profile>
    - Identifies a device
    - attribute name: name of the device
    - attribute author: author of the device

    <Files>
    - File root tag

    <File>
    - Identifies a file
    - attribute sequence: sequence of the file in update.app
    - attribute type: type of the file in the update.app
    - attribute partition: destination partition on the device
    - attribute filetype: can be one of the following values:
    * signature: used to identify the signature file
    * checksum: used to identify the checksum file
    - value: file name

    You can add or edit devices. If you want them to integrate in newer version, pm 'em to me.
    I'm gonna make some auto update for the device file somewhere in the future :)

    To add your devices profile you'll have to identify your device partitions and map them against the files inside the update.app.
    Thread about identifying partitions: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1959445

    Roadmap

    - You tell me ...

    Credits

    ZeBadger ([email protected]) for figuring out the file headers
    S34Qu4K3 for the P6 partition layout
    ngamyarthar for adding ALOT of devices!

    Changelog

    v0.9.1.0
    - Create update zip works now, this requires to have a PERFECT device entry in the devices file. The sequence is used to identify the file AND partition. Only files that have these two will be included in the zip. USE WITH CAUTION, MAKE SURE THE PARTITION IS CORRECT OR YOU'LL END UP FLASHING THE WRONG IMAGES TO THE WRONG PARTITION !! I'M NOT RESPONSABLE FOR BRICKING YOUR DEVICE! IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING, THEN DON'T USE IT!

    v0.9.1.1
    - Added Type to the filelist (shows INPUT for g510 roms, but shows some useful info on P6 roms)

    v0.9.2.0
    - Files now can also be identified by the type attribute in devices.xml
    - Added P6 device

    v0.9.3.0
    - Crc check during extract
    - Crc check during creating flashable zip
    - Added row to see file is flashable

    v0.9.5.0
    - Added repack
    - Added icons and tooltip
    - Added settings
    - Experimental, no signing on repack, crc file gets generated
    - Alot of stuff i forgot

    v0.9.6.0
    - Added command line options

    v0.9.7.0
    - Added G300 profile (thx ZeBadger)
    - Added detailed info about the file (libmagic) in the tooltip on the extract list. This way it is easier to identify files inside the update.
    (see screenshot). It will detect ext/fat/... partitions.

    v0.9.7.1
    - Alot of devices added in profiles (Credits to ngamyarthar, thanks alot dude!)
    - Added android boot/recovery image recognition in magic.mgc

    v0.9.7.2
    - Made setup

    -v0.9.7.4
    - App will now remember last used profile.
    - Fixed bug in repack code (remainder writing)
    - Added signing options (During repack, once set, it will use the selected keyfile (PEM format) and algorithm to create the signature file. If there is no file selected or the file doesn't exist, it will use the existing signature file.)

    Example of keyfile content:

    Code:
    -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
    MIICXgIBAAKBgQDU9GF9tdk59edEXWX4MEJNjMqGce/CqqGZSDBwnAzHITZYBm+y
    ZEVkaOGGdPY7rmmWO6w3P/+nPVHO0kxA1/J+FY+sbUF7uz0kzVDxuW6t5KDc9Qr4
    NRAE1ZzX0eB0aYpLImlqI7yigih6ds+Yp83mTbF+BiaFTLLtMVdWS7wQiwIDAQAB
    AoGBAMok2E4+Sl9sfwU0K1E2bhmzJaQNj2wYEKGyFtkuKCr16eIQ6gJKkFxJ+ppp
    eDsaynujVUx04bbczEUo9t0un603s5HAGq6USO5flERco0TlNw7xnTornPPrNxfU
    sXOtIGzb0FlRuC129JqZJ9QsfvOyt3KIWwmJqc0R/k0xB8uRAkEA9+v1ohNXB8CL
    plhQOtq0ueWrf9CCCeiqhf6ijg7UEegMLGKZ2gFMvMNwuojz/pbQmHdWTU9eC0k1
    3yiAwHtcLQJBANvkvjXdzCYHO6nWOH1vf8DRLwCnwEteyxJ2qnrqKLS3fxCjWN4h
    4vSNqgC9uoLEb/6T/72XTdG9gS8GsuoAupcCQBZ4eIb8IcM+HGozTvJGqGLBAk5P
    Y7nqMKp8bddaWLZWxeOv/CnaPE5PmIQPra3BlZ58EoJnUyrKs+tKDIFlrPECQQC9
    Ie0cxc4e81+0/+WMtkdq4EGOTbsO2NTP57NQj3E9pwqqk+UPApSEBgkwJAB1E2LE
    1CVGvAoaGeYwPZHLxZ63AkEAugR+cC+5/BtTeMeXEcijnU0qkgkwLCMgTB1DIoMm
    X0/wRGPPmZpGmMStHd+87ZxQSOiq5nAyZ4riFXLziUNOlA==
    -----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----

    -v0.9.7.5
    - Default sorting on filename
    - Small changes in structure of profiles.xml

    -v0.9.7.6
    - Added progress for signing and checksum generation
    - Extract/CreateZip order by offset
    - Repack order by Signature, Checksum, Files

    -v0.9.7.7
    - Doubleclick on item in extract files listview copies tooltip text to clipboard
    - Added detailed android boot/recovery image detection to magic.mgc
    - Added SecVRL header (the 2048 byte header in front of fastboot/boot/recovery image) detection

    -v0.9.7.8
    - Added timestamp options in settings
    - Added tooltips in settings
    - Some ui changes (which hopefully fix the missing "..." button issue)

    -v0.9.7.9
    - Some small ui fixes
    - When saved location of the app is on a monitor that isn't attached anymore, app location is restored to center of primary screen.

    -v0.9.8.0
    - Some small ui changes
    - Sort profiles by name
    - Remember last used directory
    - Added profile for Huawei G526 (Credits Roman Dmitriev)

    -v0.9.9.0
    - Added compatibility for wine/mono
    - Fixed bug in settings (Verify header checksum)
    - Made the app localizable (Download the Resources_EN example, if you make a translation, make sure that your assembly start with "Resources_" and ends with the TwoLetterISOLanguageName (eg. EN for english) of your culture and put the assembly in the same directory as the application)
    - Added profile for Huawei Ascend Mate 7 (Thanks to sketchykingy)

    -v0.9.9.1
    - Added missing translatable resources (updated Resources_EN)
    - Added profile for Huawei MediaPad X1 7.0 (7D-503L) (Credits ElectroMyStyle)

    -v0.9.9.2
    - Fixed int overflow (extracting big files)

    -v0.9.9.3
    - Added drag/drop for files and folders.

    -v0.9.9.5 - 12/12/2016
    - Upgraded to .Net Framework 4.6.1
    - Fixed libmagic calling convention
    - Huawei Mediapad M2 8.0 (M2-802L) profile by @beast.in.black
    - Huawei Ascend P8 (GRA-L09) profile by @nexolight
    - Huawei Mate S profile by @philipp900
    - Huawei P8 lite profile by @linus2014
    - Huawei Honor 5x (Kiwi-L2X) profile by @deadman96385

    26122015

    Created an opensource c# library to work with update.app files:
    https://github.com/worstenbrood/HuaweiUpdateLibrary

    Enjoy

    Download

    - v0.9.9.3: Setup - Zip
    - v0.9.9.5: Zip

    Mirror

    Donate if you like my work.
    7
    Huawei Update Extractor [UPDATED: v0.9.9.4]

    Huawei Update Extractor [UPDATED: v0.9.9.4]

    I have Added Huawei P8 lite profile.
    6
    Is it possible to repack update.app?

    If so, could you implemet such feature? :)

    Since i almost finished update zip creation (new version tomorrow), i have put it on the roadmap (already thought about it anyway :))
    5
    not sure if it has been mentioned but it would be a great feature to drag the update.app into the programs window to open it

    Latest version has drag/drop for files and directories, files for update.app files, directories for repacking.
    4
    Next version will have a repack function included, i'm adjusting the UI but most of the repacking code is already written.
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