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Unhappy [Q] LG-E971 weak signal

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I was flash Korean Rom in my LG-E971. Really stupid - after reading some post . Now whatever I do - flashing stock rom, changing baseband, my E971 signal is very very bad - it drop very often. So is there any thing I could do to fix this problem ? I've read some few post saying that restore your EFS could fix it, but my problem - I didn't make any back up yet . So could any of you could share your E971 EFS back up file ?

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Please share your E971 EFS . Please please
 
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Please share your E971 EFS . Please please
You do realize that EFS backups are device-specific, not just model-specific, right? Meaning that, if you restore from someone else's backup, you would assume their device's identity, including IMEI number...
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Thanks for your info. So I know that impossible to share EFS with others. Is there another way to solved my problem ? . My E971 is now using ly Ipod (
 
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Thanks for your info. So I know that impossible to share EFS with others. Is there another way to solved my problem ? . My E971 is now using ly Ipod (
Sorry, I don't know... But let's try and see if your EFS is really screwed up - a good indication of that is usually a lost IMEI (0000... or 0049...). If you dial *#06# on you phone dialer, you should see your actual IMEI - does it show the real one, or "fake"? You can also check it under Settings - About Phone. If your IMEI is intact (it would be nice to check it against the sticker on the box the phone came in, if you have it), chances are good your EFS is OK, and your problem is somewhere else...
Optimus G F180S, tweaked E975 Stock 4.1.2
Xperia X10 Mini, rooted stock 2.1
MeMO Pad HD 7 ME173X, rooted stock 4.2.2

To whom it may concern: STOP nagging about pressing the freakin' Thanks button!!! It is rude, stupid, and annoys the hell out of people. I am not an idiot who needs a huge in-my-face reminder to press it, and I will press it when I feel thankful, not because you asked for it!
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It still have IMEI, but signal is very bad. Luckily My friend give me his E975 EFS back up. I've just flash it in my E971, and my problem is now solved. Singal is normal now. There is one thing, that now I have same IMEI with my friend. I hope is not gonna be a big thing cause he is living at other country. Thanks for your reply.Now I could enjoy my device again
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