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kleine

kleine

  • Lid sinds 23 maart 2010
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  • #1
  • 30 maart 2011
  • 21:55

Ik heb mijn pulse naar 2.1 geupdate. Maar nu loopt hij meer vast dan wat anders. Hoe kan ik hem terug op mijn originele software zetten?

Bewerkt (30 maart 2011 21:55)
djmagich

djmagich

  • Lid sinds 02 april 2010
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  • #2
  • 4 april 2011
  • 08:12

Dit komt van Modaco (zie: The Ultimate Pulse Owners Guide - Android @ MoDaCo)

Please note that this portion of the Guide is only for those using a T-Mobile Pulse (U8220). This will NOT work for those using a U8320 or a U8220-6. Please check the label located under the battery to determine your version

You are able to downgrade to 1.5 from any rom (Custom or official)
Return to 1.5 if you are sick and tired of the bugs with the official 2.1 update.

Difficulty Level
1/5 (very easy)


Known Bugs

None at this time


What you will need:

  • A Pulse
    A Micro SD Card (Recommended to have at least 1gb free space)
    A Micro USB Cable or An Micro SD Card Reader



A Word of Caution
Please note that installing this update will wipe everything off your phone. (Contacts, messages, apps etc.) Please ensure that you back them up if required. Your SD card will not be wiped before, during or after the update process.
Also please refer to the previous warning:



The Guide

Step 1: Prepare your phone, backup anything you need to the SD card or computer. Note that everything will be wiped off your phones internal memory.

Step 2: Download the Official 1.5 downgrade file from here:
http://www.huaweidevice.com/community/serv…25490/dload.zip

Step 3: Extract the contents of the ZIP file to any location on your computer. Place the entire “dload” folder onto the Root of your SD card
By “Root” I mean do not place the file in any subfolders

Step 4: Power off your Device. When the phone has fully powered off press and hold the following buttons: POWER + RED (End Call) + VOLUME UP
You may release these buttons when the message “Preparing Update” appears on your screen

Step 5: Confirm that you wish to update and allow the device to run it's course. The phone may get stuck on “Restarting” if so wait a few minutes then remove and re-insert the battery
If your phone “Fails to Update” Please refer to the FAQ

Step 6: Download the “December Update” from here:
http://support.t-mobile.co.uk/library/TMOB…th_Userdata.zip

Step 7: Extract the contents of the ZIP file to any location on your computer. Place the entire “dload” folder onto the Root of your SD card (Delete the Previous dLoad directory)
By “Root” I mean do not place the file in any subfolders

Step 8: Power off your Device. When the phone has fully powered off press and hold the following buttons: POWER + RED (End Call) + VOLUME UP
You may release these buttons when the message “Preparing Update” appears on your screen

Step 9: Confirm that you wish to update and allow the device to run it's course. The phone may get stuck on “Restarting” if so wait a few minutes then remove and re-insert the battery
If your phone “Fails to Update” Please refer to the FAQ

It is entirely normal for your phone to experience a partial Boot-Loop. So don't be alarmed if it loops once.

Step 10: Allow your phone 5+ minutes to boot up for the first time.

Bewerkt (4 april 2011 08:12)
Zabivelli

Zabivelli

  • Lid sinds 13 september 2010
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  • #3
  • 4 april 2011
  • 19:18

kleine;128405
Ik heb mijn pulse naar 2.1 geupdate. Maar nu loopt hij meer vast dan wat anders. Hoe kan ik hem terug op mijn originele software zetten?/cdn2.androidworld.nl/b4c9f3af9a/static/djangobb_forum/img/smilies/sad.png" />

Wat dacht je van een simpele factory reset, fabrieks instellingen terug zetten in het nederlands. Je moet wel eerst opslaan alles wat je niet kwijt wilt. Als je een intern sd hebt, kun je ze daarop zetten dan verdwijnen ze niet…wat al op je sd staat hoef je niet te backuppen.

Bewerkt (4 april 2011 19:18)

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