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[Q][Problem][efs][modem][IMEI]Restore efs, and miss the signal, IMEI 004999

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Do you got your original IMEI?

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there's nothing you can do now. You have to use z3x or any other similar box to get ur imei back (rebuild nvdata). Even after having the correct IMEI you won't be able to make calls/texts/data (not registered on network error). The modem also needs to be patched by the box. If u don't have a box then take it to a phone repair shop. they'll fix it...but it's not permanent...the next time u flash a ROM you'll lose everything and take it to the shop again. EFS restore brings back the IMEI but the modem needs to be patched everytime u flash.
 
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there's nothing you can do now. You have to use z3x or any other similar box to get ur imei back (rebuild nvdata). Even after having the correct IMEI you won't be able to make calls/texts/data (not registered on network error). The modem also needs to be patched by the box. If u don't have a box then take it to a phone repair shop. they'll fix it...but it's not permanent...the next time u flash a ROM you'll lose everything and take it to the shop again. EFS restore brings back the IMEI but the modem needs to be patched everytime u flash.
Do you mean that my phone is almost die??!!!!!
 
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there's nothing you can do now. You have to use z3x or any other similar box to get ur imei back (rebuild nvdata). Even after having the correct IMEI you won't be able to make calls/texts/data (not registered on network error). The modem also needs to be patched by the box. If u don't have a box then take it to a phone repair shop. they'll fix it...but it's not permanent...the next time u flash a ROM you'll lose everything and take it to the shop again. EFS restore brings back the IMEI but the modem needs to be patched everytime u flash.
Hey @driqbd, I got the z3x box from someone, (Abid from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, official z3x seller) what should I do now? Is there any tutorial in YouTube that can help me to fix the problem?

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there's nothing you can do now. You have to use z3x or any other similar box to get ur imei back (rebuild nvdata). Even after having the correct IMEI you won't be able to make calls/texts/data (not registered on network error). The modem also needs to be patched by the box. If u don't have a box then take it to a phone repair shop. they'll fix it...but it's not permanent...the next time u flash a ROM you'll lose everything and take it to the shop again. EFS restore brings back the IMEI but the modem needs to be patched everytime u flash.
How to patch modems btw?
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