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[Tutorial] How to fix Unknown Baseband, NULL or Invalid IMEI & SIM / Network not detected on MTK


(07-22-2014, 12:49 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(07-22-2014, 11:16 AM)user005 Wrote: @hovatek. Pls the attachment is been sent to support email address.
Do you still have access to a working P9? and is it rooted?

No, bt i think i have all the files i need.


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(This post was last modified: 07-22-2014, 03:11 PM by hovatek. )
(07-22-2014, 01:14 PM)user005 Wrote: No, bt i think i have all the files i need.

We've seen the screenshot. just go ahead with the nvram restore using the method in the link provided. ensure to extract the content of the nvram zip file we sent you first before proceeding with restore. If that doesn't work, then, using a root explorer, delete the content of the system folder (in the faulty one) and replace with the content of the system folder of the good p9. Do a factory reset then restart the phone.
if this doesn't work then give us a list of all the good p9 files you were able to backup so we know which method to try next.
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(07-22-2014, 01:14 PM)user005 Wrote:
(07-22-2014, 12:49 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(07-22-2014, 11:16 AM)user005 Wrote: @hovatek. Pls the attachment is been sent to support email address.
Do you still have access to a working P9? and is it rooted?

No, bt i think i have all the files i need.

Am still waiting.
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(07-22-2014, 02:58 PM)user005 Wrote: Am still waiting.

We've seen the screenshot. just go ahead with the nvram restore using the method in the link provided. ensure to extract the content of the nvram zip file we sent you first before proceeding with restore. If that doesn't work, then, using a root explorer, delete the content of the system folder (in the faulty one) and replace with the content of the system folder of the good p9. Do a factory reset then restart the phone.
if this doesn't work then give us a list of all the good p9 files you were able to backup so we know which method to try next.
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(This post was last modified: 07-22-2014, 04:19 PM by user005. )
(07-22-2014, 03:24 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(07-22-2014, 02:58 PM)user005 Wrote: Am still waiting.

We've seen the screenshot. just go ahead with the nvram restore using the method in the link provided. ensure to extract the content of the nvram zip file we sent you first before proceeding with restore. If that doesn't work, then, using a root explorer, delete the content of the system folder (in the faulty one) and replace with the content of the system folder of the good p9. Do a factory reset then restart the phone.
if this doesn't work then give us a list of all the good p9 files you were able to backup so we know which method to try next.

ok thanks. I go again.

(07-22-2014, 04:12 PM)user005 Wrote:
(07-22-2014, 03:24 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(07-22-2014, 02:58 PM)user005 Wrote: Am still waiting.

We've seen the screenshot. just go ahead with the nvram restore using the method in the link provided. ensure to extract the content of the nvram zip file we sent you first before proceeding with restore. If that doesn't work, then, using a root explorer, delete the content of the system folder (in the faulty one) and replace with the content of the system folder of the good p9. Do a factory reset then restart the phone.
if this doesn't work then give us a list of all the good p9 files you were able to backup so we know which method to try next.

ok thanks. I go again.

Just for the record. To restore i need to file (i)nvram like a media file .bin (2)userdata_nvram_only whic is a rar file.
Then i have 2 pop up when i click on restore using mtk droid.
Is the process correct?
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(07-22-2014, 04:12 PM)user005 Wrote: Just for the record. To restore i need to file (i)nvram like a media file .bin (2)userdata_nvram_only whic is a rar file.
Then i have 2 pop up when i click on restore using mtk droid.
Is the process correct?

correct. both files are present in the nvram zip file we sent. can also be located in the MTK backup
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(07-22-2014, 09:09 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(07-22-2014, 04:12 PM)user005 Wrote: Just for the record. To restore i need to file (i)nvram like a media file .bin (2)userdata_nvram_only whic is a rar file.
Then i have 2 pop up when i click on restore using mtk droid.
Is the process correct?

correct. both files are present in the nvram zip file we sent. can also be located in the MTK backup

@hovatex. Good mrg, Still the same hasnt work.
2 Things
1. The radio folder in /dev path keeps deleting after reset even when the phone is up after copying the files manually the mtkdroid tool still dont recognize those file in the folder which leads to pttycmd1 not found.
I think if we can make that folder stable and it can recognize the files we will be ok.
2. If i can get the stock rom downloaded from your clockworldmod recovery thread and use smart phone flash tool to restore using scatter i should be ok bt u know without permission u cant download those stock rom.
So my email again is [email protected]
Thanks a million for your responses.
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(07-23-2014, 10:48 AM)user005 Wrote: @hovatex. Good mrg, Still the same hasnt work.
2 Things
1. The radio folder in /dev path keeps deleting after reset even when the phone is up after copying the files manually the mtkdroid tool still dont recognize those file in the folder which leads to pttycmd1 not found.
I think if we can make that folder stable and it can recognize the files we will be ok.
2. If i can get the stock rom downloaded from your clockworldmod recovery thread and use smart phone flash tool to restore using scatter i should be ok bt u know without permission u cant download those stock rom.
So my email again is [email protected]
Thanks a million for your responses.

I need you to be clear on this.
1. After replacing all the system files, does the phone detect your SIM card?
2. Thought you had access to a P9 MTK backup? can you list the backup files you currently have?
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(07-23-2014, 11:26 AM)hovatek Wrote:
(07-23-2014, 10:48 AM)user005 Wrote: @hovatex. Good mrg, Still the same hasnt work.
2 Things
1. The radio folder in /dev path keeps deleting after reset even when the phone is up after copying the files manually the mtkdroid tool still dont recognize those file in the folder which leads to pttycmd1 not found.
I think if we can make that folder stable and it can recognize the files we will be ok.
2. If i can get the stock rom downloaded from your clockworldmod recovery thread and use smart phone flash tool to restore using scatter i should be ok bt u know without permission u cant download those stock rom.
So my email again is [email protected]
Thanks a million for your responses.

I need you to be clear on this.
1. After replacing all the system files, does the phone detect your SIM card?
2. Thought you had access to a P9 MTK backup? can you list the backup files you currently have?

Dnt have a system folder bkup so didnt clear that.
List of what i have
1. nvram folder manually backup.
2. Radio folder manually backup.
3. .bin from imei/nvram backup
4. archive from imei/nvram backup
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(07-23-2014, 11:37 AM)user005 Wrote: Dnt have a system folder bkup so didnt clear that.
List of what i have
1. nvram folder manually backup.
2. Radio folder manually backup.
3. .bin from imei/nvram backup
4. archive from imei/nvram backup

We currently don't have the stock backup for tecno P9 so your best bet is to lay your hands on a working one.
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