All MT6761 Android IMEI Repair Method 100% Working Without Root

IMEI means International Mobile Equipment Identity. It is a unique fifteen-digit serial number that is given to every device which uses a SIM card. Actually, every mobile phone has a unique IMEI number. We can check the mobile phone's information such as the manufacturer and model number by using IMEI.

Inside this post, we will learn how to repair or write IMEI numbers on the latest Mediatek smartphone devices. Usually, an Invalid IMEI error occurs after you flash or format your MediaTek device. You can check IMEI status by dialing the code *#06# on your MediaTek smartphone device. You can unable to access the mobile network if your phone shows an Invalid IMEI number.

Note: Changing IMEI is an illegal act, This guide is only for repair the original IMEI number that is printed on the back of the mobile phone

In most of the cases we lost IMEI numbers after flashing or formatting the phone, this guide will help you a lot to fix the null IMEI problem on the latest MediaTek Android Phones MT6761. Free IMEI Repair Tool is provided in this post. Kindly read the instructions carefully and apply them. Before starting the procedure you will need to download the following stuff.

Pre-Requirements

How To Repair IMEI MT6761 Without Root

  • Firstly, Download and install MediaTek (MTK) USB Drivers on your PC.
  • Extract the Maui META v9.1724.25.00 tool on your PC and open it.
  • Turn OFF your phone, Battery should be charged at least 50% (Important).

  • Within the Maui META tool, Choose IMEI Download⇒  Smart PhoneUSB COM and click on the Reconnect button.
  • Now connect the phone to the PC via USB data cable.

  • Once the phone connected successfully,  you should see Meta Mode at the bottom right corner of the phone.
  • Input your first 15-digit IMEI number and click on the Download To Flash button and click Yes to confirm the action.

  • If you have a dual SIM phone, Follow the same procedure to repair the second IMEI number.

  • Once IMEI repaired successfully, disconnect the phone and hold the Power button for 10 sec to reboot it.

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