Updating my profile
Looking through this forum I was very put off on manually updating it to Android 7 with so many threads about bricked phones.
However, the urge to get onto Android 7 was too great so ultimately, I decided to do my research and just do it.
In the time it took to read the previous paragraph Lync Server should have synchronized and outstanding changes in Active Directory and Step #2 can be manually processed.
Sync pass completed with 11 contacts processed Number of separate AD partitions: 1 Number of valid contacts: 11 Number of empty contacts: 0 Number of invalid contacts: 0 Number of cached photos deleted: 0 Number of stale OC files deleted: 0 Number of OC full files written: 1 with 11 total contacts Number of OC delta files written: Number of OC bytes written: 10,072 compressed to 7,134 bytes on disk.
For standard 32-bit operating systems the registry path below is the same regardless of the client versions (OC 2007 R2 with July 2009 update or Lync 2010 RC) but previously 64-bit operating systems running the 32-bit only OC 2007 R2 client had to have the setting created under the Wow6432Node policies key.
Like many people here, I was eager to get onto Android 7 but the issue I faced was the fact that I got a branded phone and a long wait till I officially get the Android 7 update.
- Make sure you have the stock recovery already flashed and make sure your phone is not rooted (may not be necessary but this was the state my phone was in). Go to you will need to create a Huawei ID if you haven't already done so.
Click on the Unlock Bootloader link and fill out the form, you should get a bootloader code almost instantly after submitting the form. - Download the SRK Tool from here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...72&postcount=2 Now lets make a start. Download and flash the dload-huawei-p9-eval09-eva-b136from this thread: https://forum.xda-developers.com/p9/...-b136-t3382818.
Take note that the there is another difference here between the Lync and Communicator clients.
Every time you migrate from one SCCM instance to another, or if you have to move your drivers around (for instance: you originally had your drivers placed on the c:\ and want to mover them to another drive), you’ll need to update the location not only of Driver Packages, but also of all drivers as well. This script assumes that you’ve already moved your drivers from their original location to their final resting place.
This has been something that I MIGHT have forgotten more than once. It also supports adjusting the path based on driver folder as well.
What listed below is what I did to get onto Android 7, this may or may not work for you so use this guide at your own risk.
- Please read through this guide BEFORE attempting it.