Are you using an Android smartphone or tablet? If yes are you searching for a way to write IMEI on your device? If yes is your answer again, then you have landed on the right page. Here we have provided a step by step tutorial on how to use SN Write Tool to write IMEI on your device.
By following this tutorial, you will be able to write the original IMEI on your Android smartphone or tablet.
WARNING: Flashing IMEI other than the original one on your device is illegal. So, don’t do it.
Step 1: Make sure that you have the database file of your device as it is required for writing IMEI. If you don’t have it, download stock firmware of your device and get the database file.
Step 2: Ensure that your device has at least 50-60% battery backup in it.
Step 3: Download the USB driver for your Android device and install it on your computer. Only by doing this, you will be able to connect your smartphone or tablet to the computer.
Once you have finished all these prerequisites, you can move forward to the tutorial given below.
How To Use SN Write Tool To Write IMEI On Your Device
Step 1: To get started, download SN write tool compressed file and extract it to a folder on your computer. Now click on “SN Writer.exe” to launch the SN Write Tool window.
Step 2: Next, in the SN Write Tool window select “USB VCOM” on the “ComPort” option.
Step 3: Now choose your device type in the “Target Type” drop down. For example, if you are going to flash IMEI on your smartphone select the “Smart Phone” option.
Step 4: Next, click on “System Config” and enable Wifi Address, BT Address and IMEI in the “Write Option“.
Step 5: Now enable “Dual IMEI” in the “IMEI Option” if you have a Dual SIM device. Or else, leave it as it is.
Step 6: Next, click on “MD1_DB” under “Database File” and select the MD1_DB of your device. Follow the same procedure and add the “AP_DB” file. Once done, click on “Save” button.
Step 7: Now in the SN Write Tool main window, click on “Start” button to launch the “Scan Data” window.
Step 8: Next, in the “Scan Data” window, enter the IMEI_1, IMEI_2, BT Address (Bluetooth Address) and WiFi Address. Once all the details are entered, click the “Ok” button.
Step 9: Now switch off your device and remove the battery (if it is removable). Once done, connect your device to the computer using the original USB data cable. As soon as your device is connected, the IMEI flashing process will begin.
Step 10: Once the IMEI flashing process is finished, you will see Green Pass message as shown in the screenshot below.
That’s it. Now you have successfully finished writing IMEI on your device using SN Write Tool.
If you face any issues while following this tutorial, do let me know using the comments section given below.