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Old 03-16-2016, 13:22   #1 (permalink)
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Y541-U2 Emergency Calls Only After Unlock


The phone is GLOBE Ph locked and now, can't even use the original SIM.

Anyone of you with working NV, please share.
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Hello.
IMEI inside is Ok now? BaseBand state?
Normally, for those phones, enough PAC flashing for unlock/repair.
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IMEI inside is Ok now? BaseBand state?
Normally, for those phones, enough PAC flashing for unlock/repair.
BB: OK
IMEI: Ok
And I tried to reflash with: Y541-U02V100R001C567B105
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Try reflash with factory flasher also.
CM2 by default not flash factory nvm for avoid calibration and etc damage.
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Possible change IMEI, in the philippines Globe and Smart are Blocking IMEI if there customer will not pay, including those MODEMS, ultera
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Try reflash with factory flasher also.
CM2 by default not flash factory nvm for avoid calibration and etc damage.
I only tried to reflash after unlock when I noticed that it loses signal even with the original SIM.

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Possible change IMEI, in the philippines Globe and Smart are Blocking IMEI if there customer will not pay, including those MODEMS, ultera
I tried it also.
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Loose signal?
Or not seen it at all?
What if you try read NVM from another one same phone and write to it, make factory resetand check?
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