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I lost my s9+ IMEI NUM

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By 3zofe, Junior Member on 24th May 2020, 04:22 AM
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I flashed to a custom ROM without making a copy of my IMEI
likely I found the num in the back cover of the phone
I wrote down in a notepad, Now could you please tell me how
to Rewrite it again into my phone
24th May 2020, 05:23 AM |#2  
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As it stands, first of all you should check whether your baseband is ok or unknown, if it is unknow; flashing stock firmware from Odin would fix it but if the baseband is ok and you have lost IMEI then you need your IMEI repaired by professional box like Z3X or tool like Chimera.
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25th May 2020, 08:48 PM |#3  
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Nand Erase will do the trick
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Originally Posted by 3zofe

I flashed to a custom ROM without making a copy of my IMEI
likely I found the num in the back cover of the phone
I wrote down in a notepad, Now could you please tell me how
to Rewrite it again into my phone

Try to flash through ODIN, enable Nand Erase next to default values Auto Reboot and F Reset Time.

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Google search: "getdroidtips nand erase Samsung"

Read section after "Installing Firmware with Odin NAND Erase Enabled"

Fixed my IMEI.
28th May 2020, 12:20 PM |#4  
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I always make EFS (IMEI) backup and it never helps me anyway when its break during flashing custom ROMs. What helps me usually is flashing modem and bootloader files.
28th May 2020, 12:43 PM |#5  
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Nand Erase will do the trick
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I always make EFS (IMEI) backup and it never helps me anyway when its break during flashing custom ROMs. What helps me usually is flashing modem and bootloader files.

That is indeed an option, but if you have not backed up EFS then a Nand Erase is the only recovery option.

Lost IMEI on my S9+ (SM-G965F).

Searched for solution for hours.

Eventually ended up with Nand Erase option checked in ODIN (v3.14.4).
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