Rooting Huawei U8600-1 aka Tmobile move balance


  1. stefke123

    stefke123 Active Member

    Hello guys!
    I have bought a new T-mobile Move Balance a month before.I really like this phone,but there are a lot of apps who need root to work..
    I need to root my phone but i dont know how.I tried with SuperOneClicker but it freezez on step 7 every time.My Android version is 2.3.5.
    Can somebody help me please??:eek::eek:

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  2. stefke123

    stefke123 Active Member

    Come on guys I NEED HELP!!!
  3. stefke123

    stefke123 Active Member

    Bump!!!
  4. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    There was someone in XDA saying they have managed with superoneclick, though they didn't provide details. I suspect you've seen that. But have you tried asking for support in the superoneclick thread?

    Rooting techniques are device-specific, so I don't think I can offer much help on a device I know nothing about (which is probably why you've had little response). But if you tell people what "step 7" of SuperOneClick is it might help somebody to come up with an idea.
  5. stefke123

    stefke123 Active Member

    Ok,can you find some more app who can root android 2.3.5??
    This is off topic,is there a way to replace bootanimation without root??
  6. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    I don't offhand know of a non-root way of replacing the bootanimation. A ROM could be set up to allow this, but networks want their branding there so they never in my experience do this.

    Rooting tools are generally phone-specific. That's the problem. There's something called "unlock root" which claims to be able to do a large number of phones (unlockroot.com), though it doesn't list that precise model. But I know nothing about this beyond that it exists.

    You've not said what the step superoneclick fails on actually is, but one generic question: do you have adb drivers installed on your computer?
  7. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    One thing I would say: if a rooting tool does not explicitly list your device, I'd suggest contacting the developers first. Most likely consequence of using an incompatible tool is just that it fails to achieve anything, but I'd want to be sure there were no other risks.
  8. stefke123

    stefke123 Active Member

    Guys ive founded a way to root it with recovery mod,here is the link:
    http://androidforums.com/xcover-all...al-gingerbread-root-unroot-2-3-3-2-3-7-a.html but when i enter in recovery mod,i click on apply update from sd card and find universal_gb_root_v20.zip,it shows:
    -- Install /sdcard ...
    Finding update package...
    Opening update package...
    Veryfying update package...
    E:failed to veryfy whole-file signature
    E:signature veryfication failed
    Instalation aborted.

    What to do ??
  9. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    If you have a problem with signature verification, look at the recovery menu and find the "toggle signature verification" option - I don't know what recovery you are using, but there should be one.

    And please, remember that anyone offering help here is doing so unpaid and in their own time. Aggressive bumping does not create a good impression.
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  10. stefke123

    stefke123 Active Member

    Ok,sorry...I am using Android system recovery <3e> and there is no "toggle signature verification".
    There are only:
    reboot system now
    apply update from sd card
    wipe data/factory reset
    wipe chache partition
    wipe misc partition
    touchscreen firmware update
    Are there some other recovery or way to do it ???
    Again sorry,this is so much important to me so i want to do this quickly...:eek::eek:
  11. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    Hmm, more options than the stock HTC recovery came with on mine, but I reckon that's a stock recovery rather than a custom one, which is why it doesn't have that option.

    Did you ask in that thread about compatibility? I know he has the word "universal" in there, but that is in a forum specifically for a particular Samsung model, so I'd recommend checking that it is more widely compatible. Though if you can't flash it I suppose that doesn't matter.

    Some other hints/ideas I've found reading around: Using different (including older) versions of SuperOneClick. Gingerbreak is supposed to be fairly general (I think some version of superoneclick may use it). DooMLord's rooting tool is reported to work with some Huawei models. As I say, I don't know this device or what works with it or even what is safe. These are just a few of the generic solutions I've come across.
  12. stefke123

    stefke123 Active Member

    OK,I tried to root my phone with GingerBreak but that rooting screen was on my screen something like 30-40 minutes and i quit.On DoomLords it shows The system cannot find the path specified.I will try the older versions of SOC..
    Edit: Can you find adb drivers for my phone ?
  13. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

  14. stefke123

    stefke123 Active Member

    Do I have to download SDK ??? It is a huge file and i have a limited internet...:(:(
  15. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    Well googling "huawei u8600 adb drivers" last night did turn up some results, but as I couldn't vouch for the sites I preferred to link that suggestion.
  16. stefke123

    stefke123 Active Member

    I tried with some older versions of SuperOneClicker but with no results.
    Is it possible that phone is unrootable,im really desperate with this thing...
  17. iwek

    iwek New Member

    Latest SuperOneClick/Zergrush exploit has been patched and that's why you can not root your phone.
    You'll have to wait for new exploit to come up
  18. stefke123

    stefke123 Active Member

    Iwek ,
    thanks for your reply.How long do i have to wait for the new exploit,because i was sooo depresed so i was thinking about buying a new phone ?
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    stefke123 Active Member

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    stefke123 Active Member

  21. OpasanNekiLik

    OpasanNekiLik New Member

    Hi, have you succeeded to root that Huawei model in the meantime? I need the same help.
  22. bosko2606

    bosko2606 Member

    sve sto vam treba je ovdje:

    All you need:
  23. bosko2606

    bosko2606 Member

  24. bosko2606

    bosko2606 Member

    Tu je CWM recovery a ima i originalni backup od T-mobile move balance
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