No IMEI on Tmobile Galaxy S3 T999L (LTE)...? Phone not registering on

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  1. Guest

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    No IMEI on Tmobile Galaxy S3 T999L (LTE)...? Phone not registering on MetroPCS network

    I recently signed up for MetroPCS from Cricket GSM. When I go to check the network settings it says SIM card not inserted. The odd thing is that the phone was working with Cricket. I am unable to make calls or browse the web. When I go to check the IMEI it shows that is blank /0

    I have seen serveral fixes, but I am uncertain what the best way to fix this issue would be...?

    Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks
    Randy
     
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  2. chevypowell

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    Randall your IMEI # is

    Randall your IMEI # is nulled. There are a few reason why your IMEI number is nulled. Either, Someone reported your phone as stolen or your EfS folder was corrupted.

    Luckily there are four ways to fix this issue


    > In the dialer , type- *#197328640# or *#*#197328640#*#*

    >You will be prompt into the Command mode, On the screen provided , Select on Common , normally option 6

    > Now Select (FTM) Option 1

    Read more from this article - RESTORE GALAXY NULL IMEI # AND FIX NOT REGISTERED ON NETWORK<a/>


    Method 2

    >Enable Debugging mode on your handset -Settings >Developer Options>USB debugging”checked”

    >Connect your Samsung Galaxy to the Computer

    > <a href="http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=2230399&stc=1&d=1378153679">Download EFS Professional v2.0<a/>

    >Extract and run EFS Professional.exe

    >Click EFS Professional

    <a href="http://www.technobezz.com/fix-samsung-galaxy-unknown-baseband-version/">TO RESTORE EFS FOLDER ON SAMSUNG GALAXY AND FIX UNKNOWN BASEBAND VERSION
     
    #3 chevypowell, Aug 12, 2014
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