Originally Posted by Broski32
Can't confirm. My EFS partition was so corrupted from trying other tutorials to restore my IMEI that I didn't even bother backing it up because I thought that it could have been changed already (tried writing to NVRAM with QPST). Since I don't have my original mac and bluetooth addresses written down anywhere (I haven't written them down myself and I don't think they are to be found anywhere on the box or on the phone) I think the only way to check it would be to compare my current addresses on the phone to the addresses contained in your EFS backup. Can you extract them so I can check if they match or not?
The mac address and bluetooth address in the efs are my own. I only changed the imei so that no one else can copy it, i didnt know anyway to change mac address. Besides the mac address doesnt matter that much, and i dont think that we will ever be on the same wifi network.
If you dont know then i can explain, that the mac address is required to maintain switches and broadcast in the router, so it technically does not matter.
You can change it later with some apps or use it like that if you wish, if i find any way to restore you mac i will post it too. In the mean time just post a snapshot of wifi mac and bluetooth address so that i can compare them with my own.