Restore The Galaxy Null IMEI #
If you find you see that you have null IMEI, this is usually what happens when you’ve manually updated your device without confirming the baseband. The main reason you face a not registered in network issue is because the devices unique identity number is now null. In this guide, were going to show you how to Restore Galaxy Null IMEI # and Fix Not Registered on Network.
RESTORE GALAXY NULL IMEI # & FIX NOT REGISTERED ON NETWORK:
- Dial *#06# on your phone to check your IMEI number. If you see a number, then it is okay, but if you see “null” then you are going to have to reconfigure the device.
- Go to dialer and type either of these codes: *#197328640# or *#*#197328640#*#*.
- After dialing these codes, you are going to be taken to command mode.
- In command mode, select option 6
- Now, select option number 1 (FTM)
- If your FTM status is on, turn it off by selecting FTM off.
- After selecting FTM off, your null IMEI should be restored.
- Now, press the menu key and then enter option 2 (This will turn FTM off).
- Wait for a few seconds then remove both your battery and your sim. Wait for 2 minutes then replace the battery but not the sim yet. Then turn the device on.
- When the device is on, dial *#197328640#.
- Select to Debug Screen
- Now select phone control
- Then select nas control
- Select RRC(HSDPA) ,option 5
- Afterwards, select click RRC revision, option 2.
- Now choose option 5 (HSDPA only).
- Restart the device and insert the sim card.
- Turn on the device and dial *#06#
If you followed the steps above, you should now find that your IMEI has been restored and you should have no more problems about not being registered on network.
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