Samsung Galaxy S4, the perfect smartphone from Samsung, in size and in specs as well. I’ve used Samsung Galaxy S4 for 1 year and never faced any sort of problem but after updating to Kit Kat 4.4, many user’s have reported that they are facing so many issues. I know it’s a bit disturbing but they all can be fixed by time, there is another issue on Samsung Galaxy S4 ” invalid IMEI “, which you have to fix ASAP. As Samsung Galaxy S4 is a high end device so it’s natural that you get worried, but not anymore because we’ve found an easy and working solution. Lets start ! How to fix invalid IMEI on Samsung Galaxy S4.
HOW TO FIX INVALID IMEI ON SAMSUNG GALAXY S4:
Step 1: Download Odin for your Windows.
Step 2: Then download Samsung Galaxy S4 IEMI null fix zip on your PC and extract it anywhere you want.
Step 3: After extracting the downloaded file open odin on your PC.
Step 4: When Odin windows is appeared on your desktop then click on PDA and select the file that you have extracted in 2nd step.
Step 5: Now put your Samsung Galaxy S4 in download or odin mode by pressing HOME+POWER+VOLUME DOWN.
Step 6: Connect your device with PC using original USB Cable.
Step 7: After your device is successfully connected with Odin, you’ll see one of the port will go light blue and in progress bar you’ll see ” Added “.
If your device is not connected with system means you don’t have Samsung Galaxy S4 USB drivers. [ Download Here ].
Step 8: Now click on start button on Odin home screen. Un-Check the re-partition option in Odin.
Step 9: When you click on start Odin will flash the Samsung Galaxy S4 null Fix file.
Step 10: Now wait for Odin to complete the process don’t unplug your device until you see complete message on Odin.
Please do tell us in comments whether or not your issue has been resolved!
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