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WiFi NVRAM WARNING: ERR 0x10 Problem Fixed

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14th April 2015, 01:00 AM |#61  
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Alternately (MTK6582)
Thanks for the solution, but for me it's not completely worked. My phone Timmy E86, MTK6582
I downloaded the Wifi_Fix_Files.rar is, unpacked, but Root Explorer sent me copying the error message.
The solution for me: TWRP -> Mount menu -> check everywhere (except SD-EXT)
then back home -> File Manager -> EMMC folder -> Download folder (or wherever you packed out) -> Wifi Fix Files folder -> WiFi takes hold -> Copy
up to level -> data ... -> the other in the same way as above. I'll repeat this again in another file as well. Reboot and it works.

Sorry for my English, I am using Google Translate.

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11th May 2015, 02:11 PM |#62  
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Which Part of the WIFI file to edit?
Am I guessing right, that I have to change the numbers "B33F7D95B020" in the "WIFI" Hex-opened File with my (intended) MAC-Address?
At least in my hex-editor, the "B" in the above number has the values "Line 1, Column 4".
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13th May 2015, 08:07 PM |#63  
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I can confirm that it works that way on Lenovo Yoga 10 (B8000).
The sad thing: It only works until the next reboot, then the old settings are active again (MAC starting with 00:08:22...)

Is there are cure for it?
21st May 2015, 09:37 PM |#64  
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Thumbs up many thanks.. it worked ..thanks a lot
Originally Posted by Nilendu

Many MTK device's users are facing the WiFi NVRAM WARNING err 0x10 Problem by formatting the whole flash by SP Flash Tool.
After a long time I Found a Solution for mtk Users to solve the problem.

This method is easy as any other methods..

What you need to perform the methods..??
1. A Rooted MTK device
2. Root Explorer.apk
3. Wifi Error Fix.rar

How to do this?

On Your Rooted device go to root Explorer
And navigate to File system root/
There you will found to files named 1) WIFI , 2) WIFI_CUSTOM just simply delete these files

Now extract the files from the WiFi fix.rar
and move the extracted files to the previous (root/
data/nvram/APCFG/APRDEB) folder.

After this process complete You need to just reboot your device. Now go to the wifi adapter setting and you will find the message of NVRAM Error Warning is gone...

I tested this on my Micromax A89 Ninja(Mt6577).

If I helped you all just say thanks by hit the Thanks Button...

30th May 2015, 12:14 AM |#65  
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Originally Posted by io2345

Am I guessing right, that I have to change the numbers "B33F7D95B020" in the "WIFI" Hex-opened File with my (intended) MAC-Address?
At least in my hex-editor, the "B" in the above number has the values "Line 1, Column 4".

The MAC address in the fixed file is D0:B3:3F:7D:95:B0. You have written the values in column 5 to A. The numbering starts with 0, not 1.

But, when I change to my original MAC in a HEX editor I get the NVRAM error back again, so I'm stuck with the MAC address in the file that @Nilendu posted.
Never mind, the chance that I will ever be on the same wifi as someone els who has used the same fix is probably one in a billion. The annoying NVRAM error is gone, which is the main thing for me.
8th June 2015, 03:12 PM |#66  
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Thanks a lot for helping us without any charges. Hats to you.
16th June 2015, 07:00 PM |#67  
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Awesome did not even need to reboot!!
29th June 2015, 10:40 AM |#68  
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Working for me on my Lenovo K3 Note
1st July 2015, 07:34 PM |#69  
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8th July 2015, 09:00 PM |#70  
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This thread must have helped many users to get rid of NVRAM error and thanks to OP for the solution.

But I found a better solution, no patch files to download and you will be able to keep your own MAC address intact. Just editing one file will do wonders.

Follow the guide at

I have followed the guide on my "ECOO E04 3GB" and it worked, no more NVRAM error. Rebooted the phone several times, after editing the file as mentioned in the guide, and all is good.
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