NVRAM WARNING err=0x10


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While you don't have answer to your situation, try that procedure again and do it carefully and see if all drivers are installed correctly
 

redmaner

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Maybe @ingbrzy knows a way to unbrick your HongMi properly and solve this issue.
I've bricked his device multiple times in the past, so he should be the unbrick master by now :D
 
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<ingbrzy>
I think instead of saying to do, is best explained as regards the solution of imei's called collaborati
because for me the answer was to take him to an assisted
image to flash is not a problem the problem is to fix the imei that a wipe is performed cuano not erased again imeis
 
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Hi ingbrzy,

I just tried this but unfortunately I get again "Invalid IMEI" and even "NVRAM Warning err=..." after booting.
Meanwhile I know how to remove the NVRAM warning and how to restore the IMEI with Mobileuncle tools, nevertheless I am still looking for a fix so that these issues no longer occur after a factory reset.

Was anybody successful to get rid of "Invalid IMEI" and "NVRAM Warning..." even after a factory reset?
 

redmaner

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Hi ingbrzy,

I just tried this but unfortunately I get again "Invalid IMEI" and even "NVRAM Warning err=..." after booting.
Meanwhile I know how to remove the NVRAM warning and how to restore the IMEI with Mobileuncle tools, nevertheless I am still looking for a fix so that these issues no longer occur after a factory reset.

Was anybody successful to get rid of "Invalid IMEI" and "NVRAM Warning..." even after a factory reset?
How do you apply a factory reset?
If you do this within recovery, which recovery are you using?
 
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Hi ingbrzy,

I just tried this but unfortunately I get again "Invalid IMEI" and even "NVRAM Warning err=..." after booting.
Meanwhile I know how to remove the NVRAM warning and how to restore the IMEI with Mobileuncle tools, nevertheless I am still looking for a fix so that these issues no longer occur after a factory reset.

Was anybody successful to get rid of "Invalid IMEI" and "NVRAM Warning..." even after a factory reset?
Hello, i solved this problem with "IMEI & SN WRITER "
This is the link: http://en.miui.com/thread-10061-1-1.html....
In this page have more software to repair lost imei permanently,im my case i used imei & SN Writter , some people told me to use SN WRITE STATION.....

PS: sorry my bad english.....
 
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Hello, i solved this problem with "IMEI & SN WRITER "
This is the link: http://en.miui.com/thread-10061-1-1.html....
In this page have more software to repair lost imei permanently,im my case i used imei & SN Writter , some people told me to use SN WRITE STATION.....
Thanks, will try this out this weekend.
After factory reset your IMEI is still valid & no NVRAM warning?
Which recovery are you using on your Hongmi?

Sent from my MI 2 using Tapatalk
 
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My imei still valid after wipes only macadress i aplied but the program is very simple to use...... I use twrp because i cant aplied cwm in this version of miui..... The users in the link told me to use sn station but im my case dont work im my pc because i have a problem with the drivers....
 
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My imei still valid after wipes only macadress i aplied but the program is very simple to use...... I use twrp because i cant aplied cwm in this version of miui..... The users in the link told me to use sn station but im my case dont work im my pc because i have a problem with the drivers....
With IMEI & SN WRITER I also managed that the IMEI is still valid on my HongMi after factory reset.
But the WLAN MAC address and the Bluetooth address gets still wrong values after factory reset.
@shepinto : Did I understand you properly that you also still need to correct the WLAN MAC address after full wipe?