Hi, Guest! Login / Register




Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Please Help Me with NVRAM

#1

I try to fix my phone. Imei Null/ Unknown Baseband. When I try using mtkdroid tool, i can't click imei/nvram button even after i click the ROOT button. The status change from yellow to green color but the imei/nvram button is still cannot be clicked.

Then i tried imei.exe. I already paste it into my extsd. But i can't find the nvram folder. Nvram folder is missing Sad What should i do? Please help... :'(


Reply
#2
(11-20-2015, 05:37 PM)Xoro128 Wrote: I try to fix my phone. Imei Null/ Unknown Baseband. When I try using mtkdroid tool, i can't click imei/nvram button even after i click the ROOT button. The status change from yellow to green color but the imei/nvram button is still cannot be clicked.

Then i tried imei.exe. I already paste it into my extsd. But i can't find the nvram folder. Nvram folder is missing Sad What should i do? Please help... :'(

What's the phone model and chipset?
Reply
#3
(11-21-2015, 12:11 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(11-20-2015, 05:37 PM)Xoro128 Wrote: I try to fix my phone. Imei Null/ Unknown Baseband. When I try using mtkdroid tool, i can't click imei/nvram button even after i click the ROOT button. The status change from yellow to green color but the imei/nvram button is still cannot be clicked.

Then i tried imei.exe. I already paste it into my extsd. But i can't find the nvram folder. Nvram folder is missing Sad What should i do? Please help... :'(

What's the phone model and chipset?

My phone is Samsung Galaxy S5 G900F, how do i know which one is the chipset?
Reply
#4
(11-21-2015, 02:39 PM)Xoro128 Wrote: My phone is Samsung Galaxy S5 G900F, how do i know which one is the chipset?

Is your phone original or cloned?
Reply
#5
(11-21-2015, 05:16 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(11-21-2015, 02:39 PM)Xoro128 Wrote: My phone is Samsung Galaxy S5 G900F, how do i know which one is the chipset?

Is your phone original or cloned?

My phone is original. I started having the Imei null/ unknown baseband issue the end of October. I flashed my phone with odin. Nanderase, phone EFS clear and repartition. Then i reflash the firmware. My phone came back to normmal, but i realized everytime my phone swithed off or battery removed, my phone is back to IMEI null/unknown baseband. And i have to do do the same step i did. But sometimes can be back to normal, sometimes cannot. It takes time. I do lots of searching about this issue until I saw your video on youtube. I tried using the MKDROID TOOLS and realizing that i cannot click the imei/nvram button eventhough i already click ROOT. I tried the other step, using imei.zip. Now i know the main problem is that my phones' NVRAM folder is already missing.

Do you think that my phone still can be fix?
Reply
#6
(This post was last modified: 11-22-2015, 05:38 PM by hovatek. )
(11-22-2015, 03:13 AM)Xoro128 Wrote: My phone is original. I started having the Imei null/ unknown baseband issue the end of October. I flashed my phone with odin. Nanderase, phone EFS clear and repartition. Then i reflash the firmware. My phone came back to normmal, but i realized everytime my phone swithed off or battery removed, my phone is back to IMEI null/unknown baseband. And i have to do do the same step i did. But sometimes can be back to normal, sometimes cannot. It takes time. I do lots of searching about this issue until I saw your video on youtube. I tried using the MKDROID TOOLS and realizing that i cannot click the imei/nvram button eventhough i already click ROOT. I tried the other step, using imei.zip. Now i know the main problem is that my phones' NVRAM folder is already missing.

Do you think that my phone still can be fix?

Your phone isn't an MTK phone so that video isn't for you.
Have you tried flashing an EFS backup from a phone of the same model?
Reply
#7
(11-22-2015, 05:37 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(11-22-2015, 03:13 AM)Xoro128 Wrote: My phone is original. I started having the Imei null/ unknown baseband issue the end of October. I flashed my phone with odin. Nanderase, phone EFS clear and repartition. Then i reflash the firmware. My phone came back to normmal, but i realized everytime my phone swithed off or battery removed, my phone is back to IMEI null/unknown baseband. And i have to do do the same step i did. But sometimes can be back to normal, sometimes cannot. It takes time. I do lots of searching about this issue until I saw your video on youtube. I tried using the MKDROID TOOLS and realizing that i cannot click the imei/nvram button eventhough i already click ROOT. I tried the other step, using imei.zip. Now i know the main problem is that my phones' NVRAM folder is already missing.

Do you think that my phone still can be fix?

Your phone isn't an MTK phone so that video isn't for you.
Have you tried flashing an EFS backup from a phone of the same model?

I did. But my phone is still imei null
Reply
#8
(11-22-2015, 05:37 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(11-22-2015, 03:13 AM)Xoro128 Wrote: My phone is original. I started having the Imei null/ unknown baseband issue the end of October. I flashed my phone with odin. Nanderase, phone EFS clear and repartition. Then i reflash the firmware. My phone came back to normmal, but i realized everytime my phone swithed off or battery removed, my phone is back to IMEI null/unknown baseband. And i have to do do the same step i did. But sometimes can be back to normal, sometimes cannot. It takes time. I do lots of searching about this issue until I saw your video on youtube. I tried using the MKDROID TOOLS and realizing that i cannot click the imei/nvram button eventhough i already click ROOT. I tried the other step, using imei.zip. Now i know the main problem is that my phones' NVRAM folder is already missing.

Do you think that my phone still can be fix?

Your phone isn't an MTK phone so that video isn't for you.
Have you tried flashing an EFS backup from a phone of the same model?

I did. But my phone is still imei null
Reply
#9
(11-23-2015, 03:54 AM)Xoro128 Wrote: I did. But my phone is still imei null

How many firmware have you tried flashing?
Reply
#10
(11-23-2015, 03:54 AM)Xoro128 Wrote:
(11-22-2015, 05:37 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(11-22-2015, 03:13 AM)Xoro128 Wrote: My phone is original. I started having the Imei null/ unknown baseband issue the end of October. I flashed my phone with odin. Nanderase, phone EFS clear and repartition. Then i reflash the firmware. My phone came back to normmal, but i realized everytime my phone swithed off or battery removed, my phone is back to IMEI null/unknown baseband. And i have to do do the same step i did. But sometimes can be back to normal, sometimes cannot. It takes time. I do lots of searching about this issue until I saw your video on youtube. I tried using the MKDROID TOOLS and realizing that i cannot click the imei/nvram button eventhough i already click ROOT. I tried the other step, using imei.zip. Now i know the main problem is that my phones' NVRAM folder is already missing.

Do you think that my phone still can be fix?

Your phone isn't an MTK phone so that video isn't for you.
Have you tried flashing an EFS backup from a phone of the same model?

I did. But my phone is still imei null
Reply










Users browsing this thread:
1 Guest(s)