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Default E: failed to mount /efs (invalid argument)

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how I can fix my problem. the phone can not be boot, after 10 min it is also in the boot, bootloop.

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Flash stock rom using odin...
 
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I have already tried same problem
 
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Seems efs is corrupt...u have efs backup ???
 
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I have fix the problem but, now I need to restore my IMEI. I didnt make a IMEI Backup . How I can get my old IMEI.
 
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same problem ..
 
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I had the same problem on my S2 after I downgraded to 2.3.3 (because of imei repair)
Then I tried flash 2.3.6 by Odin and problem gone.

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