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tweeety

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#254290 5-Aug-2019 16:20
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Hello all, I need any one help me to get the original firmware for Huawei Hg630 v2 router that made by Huawei company. I need this firmware to let my router work for any internet service provider not only locked on one ISP like now. Please try to help me seriously.

 

Thanks for your care .


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  #2291747 7-Aug-2019 15:22
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Honestly you are probably better to get a new router. The HG630 is extremely low spec/basic. I don't think Spark actually lock them down at all though, but I'm not 100% on that. Could you be more specific with the issue you're having?


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  #2295073 12-Aug-2019 19:29
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Thanks Mr wratterus for your care, I hope finding someone help me in that .

 

 

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  #2295076 12-Aug-2019 19:30
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We do not lock the HG630, so i dont see how this is actually required.

 

 

 

All that being, we dont have the original firmware.





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  #2295085 12-Aug-2019 19:50
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I don't mean or speak about HG630b which is provided by Spark at all, I really mean HG630 v2 which is in the photo link below. There's a big difference between the two modems. So I think anyone can easily extract the firmware from this router in case he has the modem.

 

https://imgur.com/CT5N14I


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  #2295110 12-Aug-2019 20:20
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Hm. Can't help there sorry...

Spark hasn't even had that device.
Id advise avoiding cross model firmware loading. Can often go bad.




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