Tuesday, September 30, 2014

How to change IMEI on Android?

IMEI, The International Mobile Station Equipment Identity is a unique number given to your phone. It is mostly printed on your device's battery or can be found by entering *#06# on the dialpad. The IMEI is used to identify devices and can be used for tracing a lost device. Here's how do you change it.

There's is actually a pretty simple way to do it, unfortunately it does not work on all devices. You might give it a shot!


  1. Enter one of these pins on the dialpad (this is the hardest part, it might not work on your device):  *#7465625# or * # * # 3646633 # * # *
  2. The engineer mode should appear. Go to connectivity tab.
  3. Tap on CDS information
  4. Tap on Radio Information
  5. If you have a dual-SIM phone, you'll see two options. Select the one you want to change.
  6. Put the new IMEI number in the correct form:
AT +EGMR=1,7,”IMEI_1” and “AT +EGMR=1,10,”IMEI_2” (replace IMEI_1 and IMEI_2 with your IMEI number) 

For instance:
AT =EGMR=1,7”9100XXXXXXXXXXXX"

Where 9100XXXX.. is the IMEI number.

How to write or change your IMEI on AndroidHow to write or change your IMEI on AndroidHow to write or change your IMEI on Android


The walkthrough is for educational purposes only. Changing IMEI might be illegal in your country.

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