How to Backup and Restore IMEI NVRAM data On Android Device Mediatek Chipset

How To Backup and Restore IMEI NVRAM data on Android Mediatek Chipset 

Here are methods  to Backup and Restore IMEI NVRAM data on Mediatek Chipset Android Device.

Now, In order to Backup and Restore IMEI/ NVRAM data on Mediatek Chipset Android Device using SP flash tool, you need to follow these steps carefully.

How To Backup And Restore Imei Nvram Data On Mediatek Chipset Android Device.

Note: You need the scatter file for your device as well. You can get scatter file from the Firmware package or can create it using MTK Droid Tools

How to Backup IMEI NVRAM data using SP Flash Tool

  • Open your Scatter File and search for NVRAM.
  • Now, note down the values of “physical_start_addr:” and the “partition_size:”
  • Run the SP Flash Tool on your PC.
  • Select the Scatter file for your Device and click on ReADBack.
  • Now, click on Add and double-click on the created file.
  • Here, choose any folder where you like to have your Backup File and click on save.
  • Now, enter the previously noted down “physical_start_addr:” and the “partition_size:” values into the Start Address and the Length text fields respectively.
  • Click on OK button and then click on the Read Back.
  • Now, Connect your Android Device to your PC via a USB Cable.
  • Wait for the reADBack process to get completed.
  • Once the process has been completed, you’ll get the Backup File, NVRAM.img in the selected folder.
  • That’s it!

How to Restore IMEI/ NVRAM data using SP Flash Tool

  • Open your Scatter File and search for NVRAM.
  • Rename the file from none to NVRAM.img and is_download: as from False to True.
  • Run the SP Flash Tool on your PC.
  • Select the Scatter file for your Device.
  • Here, select only the NVRAM.img file.
  • Now, turn off your Android Device and connect it to your PC via a USB Cable.
  • Click on the Download button.
  • Once the flashing process is completed, disconnect your Android Device and turn it back on.
  • That’s it! You have successfully restored your IMEI/ NVRAM Backup.

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