I have Huawei Honor 3C H30-U10, It was running fine but some days back when I plugged in charger it restarted and hung up on welcome screen*(no animated logo)*. Seems like I need to install Stock Rom to it.

Phone Details:

Huawei Honor 3C H30-U10
Build Number: H30-U10 V100R001C900B108
International Variant

I download Stock ROM for it with version B108 but it was in SP Flash Tool format. My phone isn't recognised by my laptop even though I have VCOM drivers installed.

This force me to think I need to download Stock ROM but which is in dload and UPDATE.APP form. It was hard for me to get any ROM H30-U10 V100R001C900B108 in UPDATE.APP form. Fortunately I got one from here (Please look at: 7. V100R001C900B108 ROM (update.app))

Upon pressing Volume UP+Power Key It successfully went to updating from SD Card but I am receiving this error log on screen:

md5_verify success
dloading module CURVER.....
main version string=H30-U10 V100R001C900B108
dloading module VERLIST.....
Main version from property is H30-U10 V100R001C900B108
main version check: the market is same. go to continue.. 
current version in VERLIST, allow to update. 
dloading module MBR.....
dload:update partition MBR failed
Update /sdcard/dload/update.app failed  


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My question is

  1. Why I am getting this error?
  2. What are the other possibilities that I can do to bring back this phone to life?

Pointing to this dload:update partition MBR failed Shopkeeper (Mobile technician) told me your phone internal memory is full, or corrupted. You can't get it right until you change the hardware part associated with memory. Is he right?

Guys, I tried hard to search this question on internet and I didn't find anything. Please provide rich information so that other community use it for reference.

By going to wipe cache partition it says:

-- wiping cache
Formatting / cache...
Cache wipe complete.

But by going to option: wipe data/factory reset it says:

--wiping data... 

and stuck. No further process at all.

  • Did you try with upload file in internal memory not external SD? This used to be a workaround for Honor 6, a few years back – beeshyams Aug 10 '18 at 7:05
  • @beeshyams I don't how to do it as my phone isn't being recognised by my laptop. I will love to have any help in that regards. :( – fWd82 Aug 10 '18 at 18:18
  • Sorry, that's the problem. Didn't read carefully – beeshyams Aug 11 '18 at 1:06
  • This is a hardware (EMMC) problem. you need to change emmc. – M Mosavi Feb 20 at 12:47

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