Fix The Problem Of Unknown Baseband/No IMEI
In this guide, we’re going to show you how you can fix a common error in Samsung Galaxy devices, the Unknown Baseband/no IMEI. Specifically, we’re going to show you what you need to do to fix this issue on a Galaxy Note 3. Follow along.
Fix Unknown Baseband/no IMEI On Samsung Galaxy Note 3:
Step1: Go to the Settings of your Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Step2: Go to About Device and tap on it.
Step3: Check “Baseband Version” and “IMEI Number”.
Step4: If the IMEI and Baseband are both null, this means that IMEI number is corrupted. You can fix this in several ways:
- First, try to restore your IMEIfrom backup.
- You can also try flashing another custom ROM, but before flashing another custom rom, wipe dataand do a factory reset.
- Try flashing another modem’s basebandon your device. Flash each of them one at a time until the problem is fixed.
- If neither of the three methods above are working for you, try re-installing stock Firmware.
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