There is a possibility to lose IMEI numbers while flashing or updating ROM in Android devices.
If you lost your IMEI number during those processes, then your phone loses the ability to make and receive a call.
To avoid this issue, you need to take a backup of the IMEI numbers.
In this post, we will see the easy way to backup and restore IMEI on Android. Let's get started.
Backup IMEI on Rooted MTK Android Devices
Download and install the app.
Unfortunately, the Mobileuncle Tools app isn’t available on the Play Store. However, the app is still available in other app stores.
Grant root access permissions to the app.
Click on "IMEI Backup Restore (MTK)" option.
Now, you can see 4 options. The first 2 options are to backup IMEI and the last 2 options are to restore IMEI.
1. Backup IMEI to SDCARD(MTK) - used to backup to your internal storage.
2. Backup IMEI to SDCARD2(MTK) - used to backup to your SD card.
You can use any option as per your wish. In this instance, I’m choosing the first option.
Tap "Ok" on the confirmation message.
That’s it. Now, you can see the backup file on the internal storage.
I recommend you to keep a copy of this backup file to the cloud (Google Drive, Dropbox) or on the Laptop.
Restore IMEI on Rooted MTK Android Devices
When your IMEI numbers are lost, you can use your IMEI backup to restore.
If your backup is on the internal phone storage, use the "Restore IMEI from SDCARD (MTK)" option. Here are the steps to do restoration:
Tap Restore IMEI from SDCARD (MTK).
Tap OK on the confirmation message.
Tap OK to reboot
That's it. The IMEI numbers should be restored from IMEI backup.
Note: If your backup is on the SD card, use the "Restore IMEI from SDCARD2 (MTK)" option.
Backup and Restore IMEI on Rooted Samsung Devices
You can use the restore option in the app for restoring purpose.
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