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M600i can not complete boot progress

I restore my own m600i GDFS file to my friend's m600i and update latest version firmware thru SEUS. It was successful and smoothly. But my friend's phone can not complete boot progress and stay on the progress bar around 95% status.
What I am thinking is my friend's phone luck code is different than mine. May be it was locked when I restore my GDFS file and updated firmware. I try many solutions from internet, include use XS++ to flush GW1 firmware...etc. the status is the same. Please help !!

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