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Restore Galaxy Null IMEI # And Not Registered On Network

Here, you’ll learn how to restore the null IMEI number from any Galaxy /Android handset. The unknown baseband is also repaired. Check out my two methods for resolving the issue of a Samsung Galaxy not being registere on the network. One of the site visitors had the following inquiry, which I’ve answered below:

My Galaxy Note 3 is displaying the error “Not registered on a network” after I changed the IMEI number. Please help!

Samsung galaxy IMEI numbers are only uses to identify the device and have no connection to the user.

An IMEI number can be repaired or changed by following this guide.

The IMEI number may be found by calling *#06# on your Android phone.

Following these instructions can help resolve the “not registered on network” and “no signal” issues if your IMEI number has changed or if your IMEI number is null.

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Restore Galaxy Null IMEI # And Not Registered On Network

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Method 1:

If this doesn’t work, try: Unknown Baseband Version on Samsung Galaxy

  • To check your IMEI, open the dialer and dial *#06#. If you see “IMEI Null or 000000”, reset your Android phone.
  • Type *#197328640# or *#*#197328640#*#* in the dialer
  • You’ll prompt into Command mode. Onscreen, Normally, option 6.
  • Now Option 1 (FTM) FTM is for debugging and testing. If the option is on, turn it off.
  • Turning this off restores your NULL or changed IMEI number.
  • (Important) Press the Menu key, which is located to the left of the Home button.
  • Enter option 2 to turn off your FTM.
  • Wait a second. After two minutes, replace the battery but not the SIM card. To start the device.
  • Enter command mode again by dialing *#197328640#.
  • Choose the Debug Screen option 1.
  • Then phone control, option eight
  • Click RRC revision, option 2 to fix not registered or null IMEI #.
  • Choose your phone’s release, in this case, option 5. (HSDPA only)
  • Lastly, switch off your phone and insert your SIM card (or reboot it) to see if the IMEI number is restore.

Method 2:

Several customers asked me how to update their IMEI. Here is one of the users’ questions.

  • Hi. My IMEI was changed to bogus 0049 and I couldn’t make calls and wasn’t registered on the network. Is es programmable? I need it without IMEI BOX. Galaxy Note 8 N5100
  • To change your IMEI number, back it up.
  • How to backup EFS or IMEI on Galaxy:
  • To begin, download the ‘EFS Pro app. But first, make sure your phone is rooted; otherwise, this tool won’t work.
  • Next, install Microsoft.NET Framework 4.0 on your PC to run EFS Pro. Install the file by unzipping it.
  • Connect your gadget to your PC via USB. Using EFS Pro, back up and restore the EFS folder. That completes the process.

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