Run the updater tool, click the logo, choose the third option.
That should load restorer (can be started directly).
If you made a previous backup, check for the files, move empty ones away.
click the button and EFS with IMEI and stuff is back.
Thought I posted it because I saw someone having issues.
I also noticed with PA Gapps that after a factory reset, the setup loads and crashes settings at the end.
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oK, I've found that, and it was already written (because I've already use Xposed IMEI changer) but when I do *#06# I get "Null" on IMEI1, IMEI2 and MEID...
also, when I'm trying again to restore RAW file from other nubia phone, the flashing process stop after a few seconds (on 135,000kb) ...
I really don't know what to do...it seems like there's no way to restore it back...
can someone send me EFS directory so I can only change the IMEI's?
I'm trying to follow that guide:
but every time I create efs folder, it gets deleted after reboot...
If you made ANY previous restore, look for those persist files in a zip of around 48k and follow it.
fixed my phone without all the hassle. make sure no broken (too small zips) ar in that Nubia backup folder.