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[Q]Null Imei, Baseband Unknown N7105

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3rd May 2014, 06:08 PM   |  #21  
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Try pm bajanman. He has the at&t variant which is similar but he is far more knowledgeable than me. You might need to edit your efs folder with a root browser

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Hi sir, I also have the same problem but my note 2 is a korean variant SHV-E250L. I also lost my IMEI and the baseband version is unknown when I flash it with 4.3 stock rom via odin. Now I can't use my phone I was also considering on changing its mother board but I cant seem to accept the fact that it can never be fixed without changing its mother board. I cant even revert back to 4.1.2 because of the 4.3 secure bootloader issue. Odin keeps failing it says "Unsupported version". I really hope that you can help me to fix this problem. Thanks.
5th May 2014, 10:30 PM   |  #22  
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Hi i have problem with my Samsnug Galaxy Note 2 4g(N7105).. after flashing my new rom my note lose imei number and i cant send sms,call anymore ;( my GPS not working too and when i turning on my bluetooth note gets freeze.. And i dont have EFS backup.. My baseband version shows unknow IMEI too... Can i fix this ? ;l Or one option is buy new motherboard?;l I will post some screenshots with Status and "About Device"

greetings,

i solved my null imei, unknown baseband and serial number restored by flashing "Param_Bin_I9305.zip - 612.14 KB" (md5 cebbe811f9aafdd36bc55a2c101e5863) from @lyriquidperfection thread at http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...ei-nv-t1946915

hope this might be of help to you too... (note: flashed with my phone instead of installing on windows. my device: GT-N7105 LTE. rom at time of flash: kitkat 4.3, no imei, unknown baseband and after market rom reconfigured serial number.)

do remember to thank him too if it helps.
best of luck~
regards
10th May 2014, 06:48 AM   |  #23  
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greetings,

i solved my null imei, unknown baseband and serial number restored by flashing "Param_Bin_I9305.zip - 612.14 KB" (md5 cebbe811f9aafdd36bc55a2c101e5863) from @lyriquidperfection thread at http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...ei-nv-t1946915

hope this might be of help to you too... (note: flashed with my phone instead of installing on windows. my device: GT-N7105 LTE. rom at time of flash: kitkat 4.3, no imei, unknown baseband and after market rom reconfigured serial number.)

do remember to thank him too if it helps.
best of luck~
regards

Hi can I just check with you, this file seems like is for SG-S3...is it really ok to flash it for note2? this is what have been stopping me from flashing this as I've read this before.
10th May 2014, 11:36 AM   |  #24  
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Hi can I just check with you, this file seems like is for SG-S3...is it really ok to flash it for note2? this is what have been stopping me from flashing this as I've read this before.

Greetings, i was reluctant to flash at first too, as the file wasnt located ln n7105 lte thread. Decided to flash the param bin in the last resort and IT WORKED! *phew. managed to get my note 2 lte back to life. My note 2 was restored with original imei, original device serial number and was able to call and lte connectivity.

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10th May 2014, 01:57 PM   |  #25  
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Hi can I just check with you, this file seems like is for SG-S3...is it really ok to flash it for note2? this is what have been stopping me from flashing this as I've read this before.

FYI: the last resort I meant was towards free resources available to my knowledge... Didn't used those paid toolkits which I found within the searches. Good luck too!

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21st May 2014, 11:06 PM   |  #26  
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This didnt work too.. hmm look at that screenshot.. why its said CSC: N7100? Maybe there is problem ?:X
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22nd May 2014, 04:46 PM   |  #27  
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You have to restore nvram.

I had the same problem with my phone, but my phone is MTK so there ir a tool called MTK android tools that lets you backup and restore the nvram .

nvram.bin and nvram.tar

try to google it ...
23rd May 2014, 10:04 PM   |  #28  
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You have to restore nvram.

I had the same problem with my phone, but my phone is MTK so there ir a tool called MTK android tools that lets you backup and restore the nvram .

nvram.bin and nvram.tar

try to google it ...

Hmm yea but these files must be in EFS folder yep? and i dont have it too... as i wrote my EFS folder is so damaged

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