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19th August 2014, 05:00 PM   |  #1  
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I did a nandroid back to classic priest punch from DU, So I wiped everything, also did a format data/media and then did the nandroid. Rebooted it when done and now I have noooooo service no baseband or software version, my settings are about all empty. Sprint tried everything they could on the phone and are now telling me to take it to a store to have them check it out saying it could be hardware issue. I am in the process of trying to restore back to factory first.
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Well got it fixed with out having to unroot back to stock, I just re copied my original internal backup copy I made before root and then wiped everything and reflashed priest punch and bam I have service.
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Does that happen much for you?
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Well got it fixed with out having to unroot back to stock, I just re copied my original internal backup copy I made before root and then wiped everything and reflashed priest punch and bam I have service.

I assume that you are not using Philz recovery and did all this with TWRP... correct me if I'm wrong... it is a known issue using twrp with a KK rom so it is recommended to use CWM based recovery.
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First time it happened I just got this phone a week ago... and I am using Philz recovery
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Oh ok, I think I remember you from the evo lte forums, well that's weird if you are using Phil... Glad you got it solved

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Oh ok, I think I remember you from the evo lte forums, well that's weird if you are using Phil... Glad you got it solved

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I'm glad too. I would of been pissed off if I broke this phone right after buying it.. and yeah I just came from the Evo 4g lte
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Smile Small Tip..
If you have problems with your baseband again try this in adb or terminal emulator:
Code:
su
mount -oremount,rw /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system
restorecon -Rv /system
I use this myself every flash until the problem with twrp is resolved.

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