Repair IMEI on ZTE devices (Qualcomm Snapdragon)

Let’s tell you how to Repair IMEI on ZTE devices. This method is only for the devices which are running on Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

If you are reading our post, that means you have ZTE device with corrupted IMEI Number. You’ll be seeing a NULL status in the fields of IMEI. No need to get worried, it’s a common error and a number of Android users have faced it over the past. This error shows up mostly when you root your device or flash a firmware.

The thing is that, if you have a corrupted IMEI number, Null or Invalid IMEI, you won’t be able to register on any network. In the light of this event, you cannot use mobile data, send SMS, or make calls. Now let’s start our guide in which you’ll learn how to Repair IMEI on ZTE devices.

Repair IMEI on ZTE devices

How To Repair IMEI on any ZTE devices:

Following are the best workarounds you can find to Repair IMEI on ZTE devices. But before move on, read the requirements and then proceed.

Requirements:

  • This method only for ZTE devices which are using the Qualcomm Snapdragon chip.
  • You need Root access that means your device must be rooted.
  • Download and Install Minimal ADB & Fastboot drivers.
  • USB drivers for the ZTE device must be installed. [ Download ].
  • Ac active and stable Internet connection.

Repair IMEI on ZTE devices:

Heed the instructions below in order to Repair IMEI on ZTE Devices. Please follow all the instructions as we have mentioned.

  • Once you have download it, extract the file using WinRAR and place it on your Desktop.
  • Now Enable the USB debugging on your ZTE device.

How to Enable the USB debugging on ZTE devices:

  1. First of all, go to settings on your Android phone and scroll all the way down.
  2. In settings tap About device.
  3. Now in the About device menu, locate “Build number” for your Software. If there is no build number in about device section, then find the “Software info > Build number” option.
  4. Once you have found the build number option, tap it for 7 times.
  5. Tapping the option for 7 times will bring up the developer options in the settings menu.
  6. Now go back to the settings application and scroll all the way down to find developer options.
  7. Tap developer options and scroll down to find USB debugging.
  • Once the USB debugging has enabled on your device, its time to connect your device to PC.
  • Open the Command prompt on your Windows PC. You can do it by pressing Windows + R.
  • Enter the following command to check your device is connected properly.
  • adb shell
  • Since your device is connected to your PC. Now it’s time to give Root Permissions. Type the following command.
su
  • You need to open DIAG COM Port, use the following command.
setprop sys.usb.config diag,adb
  • Head over to the WriteDualIMEI(W+G_eMMC) folder.
  • Double-Click on the WriteDualIMEI(W+G_eMMC).exe file.
  • Select the COM Port and enter the IMEI 1 and IMEI 2, which can be found on the back of the ZTE device. However, if you cannot find IMEI number on the back of your device, you can check on the back of your Box.
  • Click on the Start Button. Once the process is finished.
  • Reboot your ZTE device.
  • Once your device is up and running, Open your dialer and dial *#06#.

That’s all.

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