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How to Change IMEI Number of Your Android Easily

Your device may have been repaired and now you are getting problems related to network. It may be because of not having a valid IMEI number. Changing IMEI number is illegal but it may help you to get your phone back. If you own a rooted Android device then we will provide you an easy trick to change your IMEI number. This will not require you to download and install anything or to connect your device with the computer with USB debugging mode enabled, it is a very simple trick that you can perform in seconds but the only requirement of this trick is that you require a rooted Android device.

Steps to Change IMEI Number of Your Android –

  • Write the following in your dialler – *#7465625# or *#*#3646633#*#*
  • Click to Call pad or connectivity options.
  • Find out CDS information and tap on it.
  • Check out for Radio information.
  • If you have dual SIM, there will be two options for you, select the one which you want to go with.
  • Now to change IMEI number follow –

AT +EGMR=1,7,”IMEI_1” and “AT +EGMR=1,10,”IMEI_2” (replace IMEI_1 and IMEI_2 with your IMEI no)For example : AT =EGMR=1,7”9100XXXXXXXXXXXX

  • And click to send.

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So this is the easiest way to change IMEI number of your Android, there are many other methods too but they will require you to download the software and install it and then you have to use that software to perform your work. The only thing that this method requires is a rooted device. The choice is yours. Also let me tell you again that changing IMEI is illegal so don’t misuse the information provided here. Also it doesn’t change your device ID so don’t try to play smart.

For any query, you can comment or contact us.

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2 Comments

  1. Bryant Bryant March 8, 2018

    Im trying to unlock a phone i bought but the unlocking company says my imei is not to be found in their database … now if i change my imei in these steps that u give will i be able to then unlock my phone

  2. Rahman Rahman April 23, 2018

    Bought Samsung 8s Plus in october 2017 Samsung s8 Plus black the phone off for shop and have been using it since then. Yesterday (18 April 2018 ) phone stopped working, so I called my provider o2 and they told me t-mobile/EE had blacklisted/blocked the phone. I explained this situation and o2 advised i contact T Mobile.

    2nd call to EE – Tried a different number and got through to a UK call centre, she explained to me that there is not much she can do either. I asked if the phone was black listed because of non contract payment or because reported lost or stolen, she explained that IMEI’s dont get blocked because of contract payment problems, they only get blockked if reported lost or stolen.

    3rd call – Phone Police for some advise and they told me its a grey area and that they can not do anything either, and that I shoudl be asking T Mobile to help me better as in give me information why it got IMEI blocked.
    So Im here now with a phone I paid £600 for a few 6 months ago that wont work no matter what I do or who I call, After
    So Im guessing that the original owner is pulling a fast one on insurance and me, by committing fraud to get a new handset or something.
    Please help me, no idea what to do, cant afford a new phone, need a phone especially
    And no one is seem to be helping me
    Unfortunately there is nothing you can do and you are right you are a victim of fraud.
    Can you help me

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