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Default No Network Connectivity after failed root

Hello guys I was trying to root my Lg G pro E980 for AT&T. In my haste and eagerness to attain root on my device, I failed to notice some of the warnings in the OP. This is what I used to try to obtain root: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2362657 As you can see, it states that it does not work on AT&T 10p. After trying (and failing). My phone would no longer detect my sim card! I tried factory resetting with no luck. I also tried taking the sim card out and restarting without the sim and then reboot with the sim. This did not work either. Searching for networks yielded a network error. If it matters, my phone is unlocked and using a T mobile sim. I was working perfectly before the failed root attempt and now I get no service connectivity at all! Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!
 
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Update: I flashed the phone to an earlier stock version of the AT&T rom using this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2302660 and it still does not seem to read my T-mobile sim or an AT&T sim either! Please, any help at all is appreciated!
 
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Update: I flashed the phone to an earlier stock version of the AT&T rom using this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2302660 and it still does not seem to read my T-mobile sim or an AT&T sim either! Please, any help at all is appreciated!
Have you still got an IMEI number? If you haven't that is why your phone cannot read the sim. If you don't have an IMEI, it is because your EFS has been corrupted but that shouldn't happen when rooting. If you have an EFS backup flash that, otherwise you have to take it to a service centre as there is no way to write an IMEI number onto your phone.
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