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11th July 2014, 03:37 AM |#1  
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Hi , i deleted some system files like efs files so i can't use my phone normally and it can't read the SIM , IMEI unknown:0 ... some one can help me to restore that files ?
 
 
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Hi , i deleted some system files like efs files so i can't use my phone normally and it can't read the SIM , IMEI unknown:0 ... some one can help me to restore that files ?

I really hope you made a nandroid backup...
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I really hope you made a nandroid backup...

yes i did that but it change nothing
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yes i did that but it change nothing

No, I meant I hope you made a nandroid backup before deleting those system files. If you did make it, do a restore and everything should be back to normal.
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No, I meant I hope you made a nandroid backup before deleting those system files. If you did make it, do a restore and everything should be back to normal.

ah no i didn't can you give me an 3.20.401.1 ruu ?
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ah no i didn't can you give me an 3.20.401.1 ruu ?

there is no 3.20 ruu and a nandroid backup does not restore the imei otherwise we could not change to other backups (from other people like in the nandroid backup thread) your problem is a bit more serious. Because how do we restore a imei everytime after a full wipe and custom rom ? The parts you talk about are not stored in a rom or a backup !

just flash a stockish rom like ARHD with a full wipe (and flash the boot.img via fastboot) and see if that helps !
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