Android 6.0 M: How To Repair IMEI Number On Note 5

A common issue facing Samsung Galaxy Note 5 smartphones running Android 6.0 Marshmallow is that the IMEI doesn’t work properly and needs to be repaired. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 IMEI # Issue faces the same situation that other Galaxy smartphones face and some Galaxy Note 5 owners are dealing with problems that won’t allow them to use services like Mobile Data, Calls, SMS etc. Even though the Galaxy Note 5 has seen great success since it’s been released around the world, we’ll help teach you how to Repair Samsung Galaxy Note 5 IMEI #. The following is a guide with two different methods to learn how to fix the IMEI number issue on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on Android Marshmallow 6.0.

 

Fix Un-updated firmware

  1. Turn on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5
  2. From the main screen, go to “Apps”
  3. Select “Settings”
  4. Select “About Device”
  5. Select the “Software Update” option
  6. Select “Download” when the pop up message shows up
  7. Wait until the download is complete

 

Restore and repair null IMEI

  1. Turn on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5
  2. Enable and enter into the USB debugging mode
  3. Then connect the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to the computer
  4. Download the EFS Restorer Express
  5. Open up the app and then run the EFS-BACK.BAT file
  6. Choose a method in order to restore the EFS via Odin

 

Following the steps from above should fix the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 IMEI # issue. But if the issue is still happening, use this to make sure there is no serious issues with the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

 

 

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