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dedq

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If you have a backup in TWRP, IMEI is in "Efs" part.
If you don't have that, flash the stock ROM again and that is how we were going to get your code back.
 
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dedq

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right. I have 2 separate backups from 2 different years. but neither has a folder or file named efs
It doesn't need to have a folder which is under that name. You have to select the backup from your TWRP recovery and there you will find the folder. You cannot find it using file manager.
If you cannot find it even in TWRP recovery when restoring backup, you need to flash your original ROM and your IMEI number will be back.
 
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    If you have a backup in TWRP, IMEI is in "Efs" part.
    If you don't have that, flash the stock ROM again and that is how we were going to get your code back.
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    right. I have 2 separate backups from 2 different years. but neither has a folder or file named efs
    It doesn't need to have a folder which is under that name. You have to select the backup from your TWRP recovery and there you will find the folder. You cannot find it using file manager.
    If you cannot find it even in TWRP recovery when restoring backup, you need to flash your original ROM and your IMEI number will be back.