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[TOOL] EFS Professional - Now supports NON-Samsung devices!

24th April 2014, 08:58 PM |#1  
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Here you can now use my tool with your LG G2 to backup your sensitive partitions and save your IMEI!

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Enjoy!
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Cool. TWRP and FreeGee, and ioroot do this as well.
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Cool. TWRP and FreeGee, and ioroot do this as well.

Yes but can they communicate with the device in diag mode and read/write nv items?

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Yes but can they communicate with the device in diag mode and read/write nv items?

Cool deal, so it can restore data even when the phone is hosed? Can it read data from other things, like twrp etc, in case someone backed it up at some point, but not with your tool? I see a lot of people on IRC trying to restore an EFS that was never backed up.
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I was getting used to use this program with my old Galaxy S2. It's a great program. Thanks for support
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