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Hello, can somebody please share a EFS folder? I have to repair a S5 900F with empty EFS folder, please share it so i can adapt it on that phone. Thank you
 
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Hello, can somebody please share a EFS folder? I have to repair a S5 900F with empty EFS folder, please share it so i can adapt it on that phone. Thank you
You can`t share a EFS ( http://allandrophoness.blogspot.nl/2...fs-folder.html) folder, it is specific for one device containing much data . You need to install a new motherboard if you lost your EFS folder and didnt`t make a backup that you can restore.
USE Search: /this thread /all threads/Google before posting your question, you`re most likely not the first one having this issue
 
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You can`t share a EFS ( http://allandrophoness.blogspot.nl/2...fs-folder.html) folder, it is specific for one device containing much data . You need to install a new motherboard if you lost your EFS folder and didnt`t make a backup that you can restore.
I know that , but i need a generic one from another device for adapt it on it building a new one, please if somebody can share it.
 
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This forum doesn't condone anything to do with IMEI or EFS manipulation or practices that could aid repairing stolen handsets.You've been a member for more than a year, so you should know this. Or would if you spent five minutes pursuing existing EFS threads here.

If you had done a Google search you'd already have answers. This is the wrong forum to be asking such questions.

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No, you cant repair your stolen S5 lol, call to mobile operator and go to Technical Service
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