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5th September 2014, 04:24 PM |#11  
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My D850 has been rooted for 2 months my F400S was rooted until I dropped it and my F460S is also rooted. I've never had an issue with imei null error on any of my G3's. Did you do anything that could have caused this?
 
 
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efs doesn't wipe by itself, if you have IMEI nul that means efs has been corrupted or deleted which is usually due to you doing a mod incorrectly. None of the current root methods will touch efs.
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efs doesn't wipe by itself, if you have IMEI nul that means efs has been corrupted or deleted which is usually due to you doing a mod incorrectly. None of the current root methods will touch efs.

So as I though and I wrote before. Root is not failure for IMEI Null. So, he should just flash kdz to stock and turn it back. In that way he could say it happen by itself, thats it. No paying for new motherboard.
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