MoKee’s donation record is permanent. After obtaining a donation authorization, MoKee will generate an authorization file in /sdcard, Its name is mokee.license. At the same time, MoKee will synchronize the authorization file to the cloud server.
If you just deleted the authorization file by mistake, you can manually restore it. The steps are:
MoKee Center -> in the upper right corner -> Click “Restore license” option.
The authorization file is generated based on the device ID, The device ID is generated according to the serial number through a special algorithm. So the authorization for each device is unique.
Of course, there are multiple device ID for dual card devices. By default, MoKee reads the serial number of SIM card 1 as the device ID.
In general, the device serial number is the IMEI, but the CDMA device is the MEID. So this may cause a situation that MoKee can’t control, that is, the device ID may change as the user replaces the SIM card of different operators.
If you fail the license due to card replacement, you can put the original SIM card 1 back to the current SIM card 1 slot.
If you no longer use the old SIM card, or if you need to exchange the SIM card 1 and SIM card 2 locations, you can contact Leader @martincz to migrate your license, this can solve your problem.
I think this may be caused by incorrect system bottom package.
Flashing third-party ROMs often only installs the system, vendor and the boot. And our phone contains more than twenty other partitions that we can’t view, they are provided by the system bottom of original factory, and guarantee the normal operation of the phone.
For example, if the driver in the system is updated and TrustZone is not updated, the fingerprint sensor may not be normal. If the Modem version is incorrect, it may result in no network…
You can try flashing other versions of ZUI (Such as the latest version), then flash back to MoKee to see if the problem is still there. No need to clear data, and don’t start phone halfway.