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Need Program For Change IMEI

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By Masoud.ebi, Member on 23rd August 2007, 11:45 AM
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I unlocked My XDA IIi and now IMEI Changed
I searched forum for Changing IMEI this PDA "O2 XDA IIi" and i dont see any tool for this Operation !
Please HEEEEELLLLLP ...

My device info :

O2 XDA IIi
model : PH10c
Rom ver: 1.11.00 WWe
Radio ver: 1.00.00
Protocol : 1337.39
EXT rom : 1.11.171 WWe
 
 
30th August 2007, 02:15 PM |#2  
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To the best of my knowledge changing the IMEI of a phone is illegal.
6th September 2007, 12:01 AM |#3  
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Hi Brother
hi.

I read your post about change IMEI number. I want too change it on my xda. Can you help me on it? Do you find the programm who change IMEI? May be you know any way for this operation?

Sincerely,
George.

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I unlocked My XDA IIi and now IMEI Changed
I searched forum for Changing IMEI this PDA "O2 XDA IIi" and i dont see any tool for this Operation !
Please HEEEEELLLLLP ...

My device info :

O2 XDA IIi
model : PH10c
Rom ver: 1.11.00 WWe
Radio ver: 1.00.00
Protocol : 1337.39
EXT rom : 1.11.171 WWe

15th August 2008, 10:49 AM |#4  
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yes imei change is illegal but if you repair to the original its not.
i need help on this subject to so if any one can bring to light a way of REPAIRING the imei then please help
16th August 2008, 06:07 AM |#5  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=276851
10th September 2008, 07:46 AM |#6  
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Somebody have a tool what can change the imei number in my Qtek 9000
15th September 2008, 09:44 PM |#7  
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Any tool to change IMEI in the Nike?
24th March 2010, 11:22 PM |#8  
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Hi

Any have a similar program, or anything to do the same on OMNIA i900? I need chege the imei.

Pleaseee Help me
27th March 2010, 05:13 PM |#9  
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Guys, READ the POST: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=276851.

Really, read it carefully, no matter what you do to your IMEI it may be illegal in your country, and may carry serious jail time as a penalty, the 'i'm repairing my imei, not changing it' argument makes no difference in some countries.
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it dont matters if you change your imei...nobody goes to jail! it doesnt matters anyone! the only thing you loose is your warranty.

The Problems are the Providers...

some providers didnt check the imei at lock up in the cellular-net.
with these you can use the phone like you want. in germany only D2 Vodafone and T-Mobile check the imei. if you use e-plus or other nothing will be happen.
otherwise you cant lock in the cellular-net, so you have no reception.

Deleting Imei is a great way to use sim-locked devices! but only if you have e-plus as provider
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This is nonsense, changing the IMEI is NOT illegal or amon_ra and all the others who make custom recovery img or custom versions of os's that were not released officially for the resp. devices (Cyanogen e.g.) would do time! It COULD void your waranty ... brick the phone ... kill your dog ... cause the third world war , but it CAN'T be illegal!

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