IMEI Android FIX, replace imei number with adb fastboot tools.

Step 1. Root your device, see tutorial here. You have to root you device decause adb shell comand can’t run in an unrooted  phone.

Step 2. Download IMEI MAKER from here. Unzip IMEI and open the folder. In the free space of the folder press Shift, Right click and choose to open a comand window. You can also go to Widows Search, type cmd and right click run ass admistrator. Then type cd /(the path ot the IMEI MAKER folder) or cd and drag the folder. In the commad window type imei.exe imeinumber1 space
imeinumber2. Like this imei.exe 123456789000001 123456789000002 then press Enter. A new file will be created in the IMEI MAKER folder with the name MP0B_001_NEW.

Step 3,1. Open a command window in the adb fastboot folder like Step 2, connect your phone to your PC and type:

1. adb reboot recovery
2. adb root
3. adb push MP0B_001_NEW /data/nvram/md/NVRAM/NVD_IMEI/MP0B_001
4. adb shell chmod 660 /data/nvram/md/NVRAM/NVD_IMEI/MP0B_001
5. adb shell chown system:radio /data/nvram/md/NVRAM/NVD_IMEI/MP0B_001
6. adb reboot
The phone will reboot, if it will stack rebooting take the battery of or don’t type adb reboot and reboot it from the recovery.
Step 3,2. If you want an easier way you can download IMEI REPAIR from here. Open the file with winrar go to bata/nvram/md/NVRAM/NVD_IMEI brag and drop the MP0B_001_NEW file but you have to change the name to MP0B_001. Exit winrar and now copy the IMEI to your sd card and install it using your recovey.

16 Comments on “IMEI Android FIX, replace imei number with adb fastboot tools.

  1. Thank You. Your suggestion worked out amazingly. It is so simple solution. Thank you once again.

  2. Hello, I’ve a Galaxy Tab S2 without IMEI after system restore, is this applicable also to this device? Any other advice?

    1. I think that it will fix the problem. If not then you will have to change the “adb shell chmod 660” comant, you will have to google it and see the error mesages.

  3. I attempted to ustilize these code in Command promt and received the error:
    ‘imei.exe. Imei 1 space IMEI2 (not listing for privacy) “imei.exe” is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
    Thanks I appreciate the help

    1. Sounds like it’s a portable executable…
      In Linux you would invoke the program like this… ./IMEI.exe
      In Windows it’s going to be different, but the same idea applies.
      You have to let the shell know that you’re calling a program that isn’t in the path.

  4. Is this applicable for Samsung Exynos variants ? Please confirm when you can, I am stuck with my S10e its showing 00000000000 instead of a proper imei.

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