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Oct 8, 2021

Factory/bootrom mode (HUAWEI USB COM 1.0) service functions are now available on Huawei phones with HarmonyOS!
Here are some of our most used factory/bootrom mode functions:

  • FRP and Huawei ID Remove
  • Modify OEMInfo (Vendor/Country, Disable FW version check, ...)
  • Load Factory Fastboot (partially supported; updates in progress)
  • And many more...

Supported CPUs: Kirin 710/710A/710F, 810/820, 980/985, 990/990 5G

To make this work, you need a modified USB cable. Follow our detailed instructions and create your own Harmony TP cable in minutes.
PS: we did many tests but any feedback is welcome!


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