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Fix Network Problems In Samsung Galaxy S2 Korean Version

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I have a Samsung I9100. After performing a new root the IMEI number is null?

IMEI number is null after performing a root with ODIN 1.83.

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When you root your phone, you need to understand that things can go wrong. Rooting is not a process covered under warranty by Samsung, as it can cause issues to your phone that normally wouldn't happen if you didn't root. There is a way to return your IMEI number to normal; however, this requires unrooting your device or flashing the stock ROM again, since you likely didn't back up the IMEI number before you performed the rooting process. Plug your device back into your computer and run ODIN again. Download the stock ROM here. Then, follow the instructions in ODIN to flash the stock ROM onto your device to return your IMEI number to normal.

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