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Exclamation Network problem (wrong s/n number)

i changing my ROM and after this my imei still correct (starting 3539****)
and this what show under the battery.
but my s/n changed to wrong starting "4df13b****"
and i know that all galaxy s3 need to start "RF1C******"
this is mean anything?
i can't use my mobile network (just can connect to WIFI).

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Restore your efs backup, if no backup then you'll need to use patched modem and kernel always.

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i try some modems...
my baseband version is :i9300xxugmk6
can you please send me that modem and kernel i really need?
I know how to patch the modem in odin ( in CP browser) but how do i patch the kernel?
 
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No, all the information you need is here -go search and read how to use it.

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i did it...
believe me i search over 1 month and i dont find a solution...
i burn modem and i use some guilds... nothing fix it...
i dont know what to do...
 
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i did it...
believe me i search over 1 month and i dont find a solution...
i burn modem and i use some guilds... nothing fix it...
i dont know what to do...
A simple search revealed this link for patched MG4 modem.


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