Huawei Y360-U61 (huawei-y360-u61)
|Original software||Android on Linux|
|CPU||Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7|
|Display||480 x 854 IPS LCD|
How to enter flash mode
Clone this Git repo: https://gitlab.com/eloydegen/huawei-y360-recovery
Use the TWRP from the repo above, because it is not upstreamed.
It could probably be installed using Linux, but it has been tested using the SP Flash Tool running on Windows. A "Scatter file" (txt file of a partition scheme) is needed, determines the offset that TWRP should be flashed to. Get a copy of that file here.
Fill in the key and scatter file in the SP Flash Tool. Set a checkbox on the recovery partition and browse to the TWRP file.
Turn of the phone, connect it and click on "download", a green check should appear after a while.
Enter TWRP by pushing Vol Up + Power, then navigate to recovery.
It isn't yet upstreamed into postmarketOS. Kernel copy can be found here: https://gitlab.com/eloydegen/huawei-y360-kernel
It seems there is some support for this SoC, but only UART according to kernel documentation.
- mediatek flash tool might work for this SoC too, not tested yet.