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Old February 6th, 2013, 01:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Step by step Root walkthrough for Huawei Fusion 2

***IF THIS HELPS YOU HIT THE THANKS BUTTON!! ITS LITERALLY ONE CLICK!***


Rooting the Fusion 2 Step by Step, by Shagerty


Step 1 : Download this file here.

Step 2 :Put the Huawei Fusion 2 Recovery Root.zip on your desktop.

Step 3 :Download and install the Huawei Fusion Drivers. Install By running the .exe here.

Step 4 :Make a folder called "Huawei Fusion 2" on your desktop.

Step 5 :Extract Zip from step 2 into your fusion 2 folder.

Step 6 :Turn off phone.

Step 7 :Reboot fastboot by holding Volume Down and Power buttons simultaneously for 10-20 seconds.
(It will freeze at ATT logo. This is fastboot, it's a freeze to be happy about)

Step 8 :Connect phone to computer.

Step 9 :Open the folder you made and open the extracted zip (if you haven't extracted do this now)

Step 10 : Double click "Run Me"

Step 11 :Type "fastboot devices" and hit enter this will confirm if you are connected via fastboot (you are) if your connected it will list some numbers and letters and the words fastboot next to the numbers and letters.

Step 12 :Now flash modified recovery by typing "fastboot flash recovery recovery.superrecovery.img" into the "run me" window and hitting enter.

Step 13 :Unplug after the process runs says finished. And gives you the total time.

Step 14 :Remove back of phone and take out battery for 10-15 seconds.

Step 15 :Reinsert battery hold volume up and power button simultaneously until it boots into recovery (15-20 seconds of holding both buttons)

Step 16 :Reboot Device by selecting the "reboot device" option with the volume buttons (it should already start with reboot highlighted) so just press the power button to reboot.

Step 17 :Grab a beer and relax as your device reboots with SuperSU (main root app)!



Enjoy and thanks to robotic buddy for initial guide and download links, also special thanks to RFE for the 1st Root method on the Huawei Fusion 2!

*********IF IT SAYS WAITING FOR DEVICE, IT IS ONE OF FOUR THINGS;

1) YOU DID NOT PUT THE PHONE INTO FASTBOOT CORRECTLY GO AHEAD AND REPEAT STEP 7 THEN RETRY,

2) YOU SIMPLY NEED TO UNPLUG AND REPLUG PHONE AND WAIT APPROXIMATELY 25-30 SECONDS (SHOULD HAPPEN IMMEDIATELY UNLESS DRIVERS WHERE INSTALLED INCORRECTLY),

3) INCORRECTLY INSTALLED ADB DRIVERS, REINSTALL THE ADB DRIVERS FROM STEP 3,

4) YOU DID NOT NAME THE FOLDERS CORRECTLY, OR DIRECTED THE CMD TERMINAL TO THE WRONG FOLDER, MAKE SURE YOU FOLLOW EVERY STEP TO A T INCLUDING CAPITALIZATIONS, SYMBOLS, AND SPACES OF FOLDERS AND CMD PROMPTS*********

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Hi Shagerty,
I moved this guide into the all things root sub-forum.
Please Link to source of the original guide.

Also, is there any special information that goes along with this? Such as, only works on specific software version, etc...? Would be nice to include whether or not it works for any Fusion 2 and if not, which ones it will work for.

Thanks for posting this, I will add it to the all things root guide sticky under the "Guides" section.
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The guide was written by me this morning.

RFE and Robotic buddy came up with the tools and methods.

I compiled all that into what I thought was hopefully a coherent, cohesive, and NOOB friendly step by step walkthrough.

As far as I know the fusion only has 2.3.6 GB and can update to 2.3.7 after rooting. (however that is supposedly a patch to get rid of root)

It's official name is the Huawei Fusion 2 "8665".

Did this all on a Windows 7 64bit computer.

Should work on 32bit windows as well.

Probably is a way to do it with ubuntu/linux. Don't know about mac. But I ******* hate mac, so who cares?
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The guide was written by me this morning.

RFE and Robotic buddy came up with the tools and methods.

I compiled all that into what I thought was hopefully a coherent, cohesive, and NOOB friendly step by step walkthrough.

As far as I know the fusion only has 2.3.6 GB and can update to 2.3.7 after rooting. (however that is supposedly a patch to get rid of root)

It's official name is the Huawei Fusion 2 "8665".

Did this all on a Windows 7 64bit computer.

Should work on 32bit windows as well.

Probably is a way to do it with ubuntu/linux. Don't know about mac. But I ******* hate mac, so who cares?
Okay thank you! I thought you mentioned it came from another guide but if you wrote it all yourself then that's great.

As for the other stuff, I'm not familiar with the device so I figured I'd ask just in case it wasn't for everyone. I added to the ATR sticky. Thanks
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I followed what was either roboticbuddy or rfe's guide. But I wrote that one in its entirety minus the Q.1 How do I root my device* that was from the guide I followed other than that I wrote this guide step for step to try and make it as noob friendky as possible. I felt that robotic buddy or rfe (whoevers guide it was) was understandable to someone who had rooted and modded before but not the type of person who buys this phone. Its an entry level go phone I figured its for a lot of people just getting into android for the first time.
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RB's reference is here - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2095238

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it stays on waiting for device
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it stays on waiting for device
It sounds like the pc is not recognizing the device. Do you have all the proper drivers installed?

What did command prompt return from step 11?
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We're going to have to start being very specific and try to get on the same page. I have absolutely no experience (zero) with this device. I can try to help you follow the guide as best as possible but I will need as much information as possible from you

You said in your private message that you were stuck on step 12. So you went through all steps (1-11) without any problems and followed them all exactly?

Step 11 says:
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Step 11 :Type "fastboot devices" and hit enter this will confirm if you are connected via fastboot (you are) if your connected it will list some numbers and letters and the words fastboot next to the numbers and letters.
So when you did step 11, what happened? Did you see the numbers and letters and the word fastboot next to the numbers and letters?

If no, then it sounds like the computer isn't recognizing the device. If yes, something else must be the problem and we will have to figure out what it is.
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You got root? Cool!!!

Can you tell us what the problem was so that we can all learn from it?
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in step 4 i put huawei 2
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If it stays on waiting for device unplug and reconnect. If that didnt fix it your not in fastboot. Unplug take battery out and wait 10 seconds. Put it back in and hold volume down and power for 25 seconds. Then plug in.

Also make sure all of the files you created have the proper name's. That is important otherwise you are not going to be telling the cmd prompt the correct folder to pull the recovery and super user images.

Also could you confirm whether you are on stock recovery or cwm?
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Not sure if it's just me, but the dropbox link under step one in the OP doesn't work for me. PM sent to shagerty as well.

Looks like nice work.
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Not sure if it's just me, but the dropbox link under step one in the OP doesn't work for me. PM sent to shagerty as well.

Looks like nice work.
Just checked after seeing your post and got "invalid link". Not working here either.
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I will post that file later tonight. Maybe roboticbuddy removed it?
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RFE and Robotic buddy came up with the tools and methods.

I compiled all that into what I thought was hopefully a coherent, cohesive, and NOOB friendly step by step walkthrough.
This is AMAZING, I read the other guides by RFE and Robotic buddy, and they left me feeling a bit apprehensive about rooting.

I am a total NOOB when it comes to android, and rooting.

After reading your guide, and following the instructions, I sit here with a fully rooted Fusion 2. It has given me the ability to remove the bloatware AT&T had preinstalled. (I use T-Mobile)

I signed up to this forum so I could thank you. So Thank you very much!

This was easy and stress free.

You ROCK!

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**The link to download the file was broken, but I downloaded it from the guide by RFE/Robotic buddy last night before I decided not to Root until an easier method arose. Found this guide about an hour ago. Thanks again!
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I will post that file later tonight. Maybe roboticbuddy removed it?

I put the file I got from the other guide in my Dropbox account. It's the one I used with your instructions.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/qtc37pley0vinj8/Huawei-Fusion-2-Recovery-Root.zip

Password is: xda-developers.com
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Fixed the guide.

Thanks ZeRoseDev!
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whats the password to the driver its locked for me
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The password is xda-developers.com
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Thanks again ZeRoseDev, I updated the guide to include the password for the drivers.
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Fusion 2 CWM Development already underway check out pictures on xda!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2136305&page=2
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Hi, this works for carrier unlock?

do you know how to do a carrier unlock?

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do you know how to do a carrier unlock?

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Hello luisen,

This is a guide to root the Fusion 2. I searched for about a week for a free way to preform a carrier unlock because I wanted to use T-Mobile with the Fusion 2. I was not able to find a free method, and ended up paying $20 to unlock mine.

I watched this Youtube video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPKh4tg4-CU

Then followed the link they provided in the description: http://www.pugetsoundelectronics.com/Unlock-Att-Huawei-Fusion-2-U8665-0070.htm

How it works is you give them your IMEI and other information, pay them and you receive a confirmation e-mail for your purchase. 2-3 days later you receive an e-mail with the Unlock code, and instructions.

Worked like a charm for me.

**I have no association with the company, it's just how I did a carrier unlock for my phone.
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02/11/1317:16:40 DriverSetup: InitInstance->enter

02/11/1317:16:40 DriverSetup: InstallOrUninstallDriver->enter

02/11/1317:16:40 DriverSetup: szAppName:C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\devsetup64.exe

02/11/1317:16:40 DriverSetup: this->m_lpCmdLine(get paras):

02/11/1317:16:40 DriverSetup: strCommandLine Paras to DevSetup: /install /debug

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: ----------------------------------------------------------

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: | Driver install |

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: ----------------------------------------------------------

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: Info : Driver Install Begin...

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: Equal to win7

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: Identifier: Intel64 Family 6 Model 26 Stepping 5

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: Find substring 64, So this is a 64bit OS

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: Info : OS Version: Win7 64

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: Succeed : Check system info finish.

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: Send paras to RunWaitExec:strFileName(C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desk top\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\extractDirver.bat) ,strDirName:C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: ShellExecuteEx strExe[C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\extractDirver.bat] with para[C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\] OK

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: INF: Run client strExe[C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\extractDirver.bat]/strPara[C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\]setup SUC...

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: End->DecompreDriverFiles:fileName(C:\Users\shamangeorg e\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\extractDirver.bat) ,strDirName:C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: Identifier: Intel64 Family 6 Model 26 Stepping 5

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: Find substring 64, So this is a 64bit OS

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: Info : Driver path:
02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64
02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: .

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\hw_usbdev.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\hw_quusbmdm.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\smtmoadb.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\smtmodev.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\smtmoser.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\smhwadb.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\smhwdev.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\smhwser.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\hwusbser.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\hmemdm.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\hwmob01.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\hwadb.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\hwusbser02.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove file [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\diagswitchdrv.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Remove driver file, OK.

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64: HWHandsetComDB before install: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 128

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : CoypInfFile begin....

02/11/13 17:16:40 devsetup64:
Info : Install inf file [C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\hw_usbdev.inf]

02/11/13 17:16:41 devsetup64: Info : Install inf file OK.

02/11/13 17:16:41 devsetup64:
Info : Install inf file [C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\hw_quser.inf]

02/11/13 17:16:42 devsetup64: Info : Install inf file OK.

02/11/13 17:16:42 devsetup64:
Info : Install inf file [C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\hw_qumdm.inf]

02/11/13 17:16:42 devsetup64: Info : Install inf file OK.

02/11/13 17:16:42 devsetup64:
Info : Install inf file [C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\hw_goadb.inf]

02/11/13 17:16:43 devsetup64: Info : Install inf file OK.

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: *tempLog* DevSetupSub.cpp CopyFile() strSrcFileName:C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawe i-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\hw_usbdev.sys
02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64:
Info : Copy file [C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\hw_usbdev.sys] --> [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\hw_usbdev.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: Info : Copy file[hw_usbdev.sys] OK.

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: *tempLog* DevSetupSub.cpp CopyFile() strSrcFileName:C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawe i-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\hw_quusbmdm.sys
02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64:
Info : Copy file [C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\hw_quusbmdm.sys] --> [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\hw_quusbmdm.sys]

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: Info : Copy file[hw_quusbmdm.sys] OK.

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: Info : Copy file exit.

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: *tempLog* DevSetupSub.cpp CopyFile() strSrcFileName:C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawe i-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\WdfCoInstaller01007.dll
02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64:
Info : Copy file [C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\WdfCoInstaller01007.dll] --> [C:\Windows\system32\WdfCoInstaller01007.dll]

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: Info : Copy file[WdfCoInstaller01007.dll] OK.

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: *tempLog* DevSetupSub.cpp CopyFile() strSrcFileName:C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawe i-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\WdfCoInstaller01007.dll
02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64:
Info : Copy file [C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\WdfCoInstaller01007.dll] --> [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\WdfCoInstaller01007.dl l]

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: Info : Copy file[WdfCoInstaller01007.dll] OK.

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: *tempLog* DevSetupSub.cpp CopyFile() strSrcFileName:C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawe i-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\WUDFUpdate_01007.dll
02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64:
Info : Copy file [C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\WUDFUpdate_01007.dll] --> [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\WUDFUpdate_01007.dll]

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: Info : Copy file[WUDFUpdate_01007.dll] OK.

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: *tempLog* DevSetupSub.cpp CopyFile() strSrcFileName:C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawe i-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\WinUSBCoInstaller.dll
02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64:
Info : Copy file [C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\Driver\X64\WinUSBCoInstaller.dll] --> [C:\Windows\system32\drivers\WinUSBCoInstaller.dll]

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: Info : Copy file[WinUSBCoInstaller.dll] OK.

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: Info : Copy file exit.

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: Info : Remove device register Info, END...

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: Info : Remove device register Info, END...

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: *templog* InstallHOTFIXFiles()->g_bRndisBKExist:1

02/11/13 17:16:44 devsetup64: SUC: end...

02/11/1317:16:44 DriverSetup: CreateProcess...GetExitCodeProcess:iReturnValue

02/11/1317:16:44 DriverSetup: The file C:\Users\shamangeorge\Desktop\Huawei-Fusion2-U8665-adb-drivers\ExcuteList.txt was not opened

----END OF FILE

I have tried fastbooting by holding down for 10, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 seconds and fastboot devices doesn't return anything. trying to flash it says < waiting for device > ...I tried unplugging and plugging in again. Nothing! Tried huawei 2 and Huawei Fusion 2 as folder names for for all the fastboots over 25 seconds!

Is it probable the driver doesn't install correctly on my system? im on win7-64bit. What am I doing wrong? have been at it for the past 3-4 hrs... Please help!
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Which file are you using when trying to install the drivers?
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Have you rebooted your computer after installing the drivers?

When you plug in the device did you wait for your computer to recognize it? Wait for the usb symbol with the green check to pop up in your notifications tray.

Also double check your file names. Make sure that they are exactly as I specified in the guide!
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Nice simple guide! This will be really helpful to those who aren't experienced with android.

And I see you adapted this guide from mine
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Sort of. No offense, but your guide was almost unreadable to an average user. That walkthrough actually explains how to go from point A to B. Btw the only thing copied from your guide are the utilities and the first question.
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So the windows procedure is just not working for me . Can i do all this in linux? Ubuntu for example?

I tried flashing the img provided already on my ubuntu 64-bit machine with the sdk. This time the machine sees the phone right away. I sudo fastboot devices and my device does indeed show up.

I then procceed with the flash but get the following:
FAILED (data transfer failure (Value too large for defined data type))

Any ideas would be great
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So the windows procedure is just not working for me . Can i do all this in linux? Ubuntu for example?

I tried flashing the img provided already on my ubuntu 64-bit machine with the sdk. This time the machine sees the phone right away. I sudo fastboot devices and my device does indeed show up.

I then procceed with the flash but get the following:
FAILED (data transfer failure (Value too large for defined data type))

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This is a total stab in the dark, I don't know if it would work.

If you have an 32-bit Windows OS disk or .img, you can use Ubuntu install Virtualbox and the Extension Pack for USB support. Install the OS in the Virtual Machine, then try the above instructions for 32-bit systems to Root your phone.

Like I said idk if it will work, but it's an idea.
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will try now... thank you... sounds legit
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This is a total stab in the dark, I don't know if it would work.

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Like I said idk if it will work, but it's an idea.
Download Ubuntu Desktop | Ubuntu

Use this method of installing Ubuntu. It's easier and will give you an option to dual boot Ubuntu and Windows. That way you don't need to mess with getting virtual box configured...
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Use this method of installing Ubuntu. It's easier and will give you an option to dual boot Ubuntu and Windows. That way you don't need to mess with getting virtual box configured...
I wasn't suggesting running Virtualbox inside of Windows to run Ubuntu, instead, running Virtualbox inside of Ubuntu to run a 32-bit version of Windows inside of a 64-bit machine. Doing so may enable him to use the instructions for 32-bit systems. It was a suggestion because he has been unsuccessful in his attempts to Root his phone using a 64-bit version of Windows 7. Though I am unsure of this method will work to Root the phone, Virtualbox inside of Ubuntu is usually pretty smooth because of how little system resources Ubuntu uses to run, allowing you to dedicate more to the Virtual Machine. Running a Virtual Machine with a 32-bit version of Windows on a 64-bit Windows 7 installation can become quite resource heavy, and may freeze the machine.

Your suggestion of using WUBI to install Ubuntu is the best way of doing so if you want an easy way of removing Ubuntu after attempting this method, or fear damaging your windows installation. I actually have Linux Mint(Mint4Win) installed on my Laptop right now because GRUB doesn't play well with my Laptop.
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no worries am already triple booting ubuntu, windows and hackintosh... and know my way around virtualbox. Downloading the 32-bit.iso from microsoft store takes too long though. Plan is to try virtualbox and vmware images of 32 bit win on ubuntu and if it fails will put in extra internal drive to install win32 and try again. If that fails..., well we see from there...
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I tried flashing the img provided already on my ubuntu 64-bit machine with the sdk. This time the machine sees the phone right away. I sudo fastboot devices and my device does indeed show up.

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Any ideas would be great

Install fastboot via terminal. Just run "fastboot" and it will ask you if you want to install it. Also install adb.
And going back from my guide, do "fastboot flash recovery <path to recovery.img>"

I can confirm that this works, as I am on Lubuntu 12.10. Good luck!
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no worries am already triple booting ubuntu, windows and hackintosh... and know my way around virtualbox. Downloading the 32-bit.iso from microsoft store takes too long though. Plan is to try virtualbox and vmware images of 32 bit win on ubuntu and if it fails will put in extra internal drive to install win32 and try again. If that fails..., well we see from there...
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Any luck with ubuntu or still no dice?
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nothing still. ubuntu still gives me this :

sending 'recovery' (5074 KB)...
FAILED (data transfer failure (Value too large for defined data type))
finished. total time: 0.002s

every time. Do you happen to know what the reason is for this message?

Virtualbox messes up the usb connections so it is not ideal yet 2 times when the usb went through it had still not installed the drivers. Just got back from class, trying it with Vmware (they claim to have good usb features...) Next step new win7 install on internal drive and tryout. hope this works..

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Vmware works better and usb responds everytime i put phone in, in all OS. In windows when i plug in fastboot mode phone will I get a message that the device hasnt installed correctly or not? I always get the former.

Nothing has worked for me till now. all options not working on windows. Only response I am getting from phone is when on ubuntu. yet i still get the above transfer error during flash, in fact in ubuntu32 i get (Protocol error) instead of (Value too large for data type)

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tried my ubuntu 64bit which is on its own harddrive. tried virtual machines of win64+32 and ubuntu 64+32. tried local temporary internal drive with win32 and ubuntu 32. have tried both through sdk files and the ones provided here in all OS's and also by installing android-tools-fastboot and android-tools-adb in ubuntu. any idea why this is going so wrong?
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Do you have a lot of apps installed?
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Is USB debug on or off? Idk if it matters but I believe mine was on before I rooted.
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no apps installed phone is factory restored. and has only default apps... Phone settings are on full developer mode.. ie debug stay awake and allow mock locations are ticked...
one thing i have noticed is I cant connect to google play store even though I am on my wifi which I could 2 days ago. have completely disabled att network and have no sim card in. Which brought me to try with sim in but nothing.
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I'd very much like to help, but I'm at a loss to come up with anymore possibilities.

I hope someone comes up with a solution for you soon.
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Did you plug the device in not in fastboot mode before and let it install drivers that way?
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I followed the directions and everything seemed to work fine. But after rebooting, it appears to be no different than it was before. I still can't uninstall any of the pre-installed bloatware. Any advice would be welcome. Thanks, Carl
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Is super user su app installed? (Its a little blue android with a red cape like superman)

Have you installed titanium Backup?

Titanium backup is the application used to delete bloatware.
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