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[Q] Reboot after ROM start and no IMEI

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Yeah I think that could be possible.. just make sure the phone EFS u will be copying from is not the same with your network u can't have same IMEI on same network at same time

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actually, you dont need IMEI to be the same, just the same kind of version (eg. International ~ E975, AT&T ~E973 ...). we call that "fake IMEI" in our place :lol:

This methods works 100% with korean version, and some of my friends confirm it works on international version, even the AT&T's or Canada's (E973,E970). the most important is to clarify your phone's version, if you did wrong version, you have to "fake baseband". and then everytime you flash a ROM you have to do the 2 fake
 
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actually, you dont need IMEI to be the same, just the same kind of version (eg. International ~ E975, AT&T ~E973 ...). we call that "fake IMEI" in our place :lol:

This methods works 100% with korean version, and some of my friends confirm it works on international version, even the AT&T's or Canada's (E973,E970). the most important is to clarify your phone's version, if you did wrong version, you have to "fake baseband". and then everytime you flash a ROM you have to do the 2 fake
does not work on my e975
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