Friday, February 17, 2017

The phone is not registering to the network and showing IMEI as null. How do I get the IMEI number back of my rooted Samsung Galaxy Y?

Try this option as it happened with me once when i rooted my mobile samsung core2

Open up the dialer and enter – *#06# to check your IMEI number, if you see “IMEI Null or 000000 ”, then you need to reconfigure the settings to fix the no signal or not registered on network problem on your Android phone
> In the dialer, type- *#197328640# or *#*#197328640#*#*
>You will be prompted into the Command mode, provided On the screen, Select on Common, normally option 6
> Now Select (FTM) Option 1
>FTM is for debugging and testing., (Field Test Mode)
>If (FTM) is on, you will have to turn this OFF
>As soon as you turned this off your NULL or altered IMEI number will be restored
>(Important) Without leaving the Command screen, press the Menu key, the button that’s found left of the Home button.
> Select Key input and enter option 2. In this case, you want to turn it off

>Wait for a minute. This will turn your FTMOFF
> Remove your battery and SIM card for two minutes
>Place your battery in your phone, (important)do not place your SIM card in.
> When the phone is booted, enter thecommand mode again dial – *#197328640#
>Select the Debug Screen, normally option 1
>After that, choice phone control, option eight
>Click on nas control, option 3
>Afterwards, click “RRC (HSDPA), option 5
>To Fix not registered on network or Null IMEI#, click RRC revision, option 2.
>Choose the released of your phone, here wewill choose option 5 (HSDPA only)
>Final step to fix Null IMEI # is to turn off yourphone off and insert your Sim card
>Insert your Sim card, afterwards reboot yourphone

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