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3rd April 2014, 07:03 PM |#1  
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Hey guys I had this problem for a week now and I have no idea how to fix it, I tried doing a factory reset but it did nothing, I put the sim card in another phone and it worked, I tried putting another sim card in this phone but it still didnt work, so whats wrong with my phone? Please help.
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What is the history here? What has been done to the phone that could damage the efs folder?

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What is the history here? What has been done to the phone that could damage the efs folder?

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Don't know, I'm a noob when it comes with phones, I haven't really touched the phone TBH.
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So does anyone know how to fix it?
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Read the sticky threads in general forum, flash a stock firmware with odin. Then take it to a repair centre, you won't be able to repair damage to the efs folder.

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