Any tool that write new imei on Galaxy S5 G900f – samsung issues , and now fuzzy problem

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Any tool that write new imei on Galaxy S5 G900f – samsung issues , and now fuzzy problem

On January 20, 2015, Posted by , In Samsung Android Phones, With Comments Off on Any tool that write new imei on Galaxy S5 G900f – samsung issues , and now fuzzy problem

There is any tool that to this?
I read optupus but many pleaple complain about errors on the process…


tanks

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  1. ExpertBuddy says:

    There is any tool that to this?
    I read optupus but many pleaple complain about errors on the process…

    i wish that

  2. Wela says:

    not suport any samsung tool and box z3x spt octopus ns pro hwk asansam bst dongle pegasus and other samsung donle and box not supported imei repair title=smile this support super imei service imei

  3. julianz says:

    BST Dongle can repair SuperIMEI

  4. julianz says:
    Quote:
    XPTO2511
    There is any tool that to this?
    I read optupus but many pleaple complain about errors on the process…

    tanks

    Change cert by octopus

  5. julianz says:

    hello MR. .::MD_AKTER::.
    Change cert by octopus
    What is the point of change cert

  6. TechGuru says:

    For example use octopus. Go to support area and download cert for g900f/ Its in certificate folder in folder for unlock and repair. After this install root. Cf-root not correctly root phone, use towelroot.apk and supersu.
    Then connect phone and wipe efs. After wipe imei must be null. If imei is not null wipe again and again. Some times i tried in for 10-15 times. (its bug in all boxes) When you see imei null write cert. It wil change imei and unlock phone if it locked. Network must be ok.
    Same solution also for z3x and asansam. And remember wipe efs is very important. If after it you will not see imei null and see last imei try it again.

  7. Wela says:

    But what is point from writing cert file which has been done thousand times? Like if 1000 phones will use same certificate on same network what will happen than?

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