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[Q] no imei num on xolo q800 ..help

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By DevilQ, Junior Member on 30th April 2013, 05:27 PM
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i accidently erased my imei num on my xolo q800 ..now then i check for the imei num on my phone by tying *#06# im getting the word "invalid" instead of my imei num...plz do help me on how to write my imei num ..
 
 
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thanks for the reply kamal 882
when i connect my phone n open the mtk driod file im gettin an error saying that "it is impossible to start ADB"
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n when i open tht adb installer my device is getting detected as htc android ADB interface...n when i click on install it says driver already installed ..
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sir i just got to know tht i have deleted not just the imei number but the entire baseband verison itself...help
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Help no baseband version...

Hmm... You need to flash it with official firmware.
15th June 2013, 02:18 AM |#6  
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Hmm... You need to flash it with official firmware.

How to flash with official firmware? What are the files phone's rom files required and what program required? Got link?
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Do not post tools that can change the IMEI. Changing the IEMI is illegal and not allowed to be talked about on XDA

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Do not post tools that can change the IMEI. Changing the IEMI is illegal and not allowed to be talked about on XDA

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Dear ADMIN Sir... There may be chances when a user (like me) is facing a problem of IMEI number upon changing ROM and not able to get it back. Can't we suggest to use original IMEIs but share some ways to shoot the trouble?

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Dear ADMIN Sir... There may be chances when a user (like me) is facing a problem of IMEI number upon changing ROM and not able to get it back. Can't we suggest to use original IMEIs but share some ways to shoot the trouble?


No rom should ever mess with the IMEI. Also with the proper backups you should not have to worry about it.

You can share ways to trouble shoot it happening but no, no tools or how to will be allowed.
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No rom should ever mess with the IMEI. Also with the proper backups you should not have to worry about it.

You can share ways to trouble shoot it happening but no, no tools or how to will be allowed.

Sir, this "should" is a very interesting word. Yes, no ROM should.. but there are ROMS and I am a victim of such a problem. Forget everything else when I myself am victim of XOLO Q800 Stock ROM which fails to recognise my IMEIs every single time as that needs to be pushed by SP Flash Tool.

The more interesting part is - so far as I have tried my luck - Backup in CWM also fails every-single-time whenever I tried to recover. However, this has helped me build a practice of backing up my ROM every Sunday (but for what?).

Now please tell me how can a noob user like me benefit from such a great resource like XDA in a case like this? For everything else, Yes, I do love XDA since 2008 ever since I joined as it is indeed an unparalleled resource.

I wish 'admin' gets my point, if not what I said in words. Please accept my sincere thanks for that in advance.
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