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Open up the dialer and enter - *#06# to check your IMEI number, if you see "IMEI Null or 000000 ", you need to reconfigure the settings to fix the no signal or not registered on network problem on your Android phone.
In the dialer, type- *#197328640# or *#*#197328640#*#*
You will be prompted into the Command mode, provided On the screen, Select on Common, normally option 6
Now Select (FTM) Option 1. FTM (Field Test Mode) is for debugging and testing, if the option is on, you will have to turn this OFF.
As soon as you turn this off, your NULL or altered IMEI number will be restored
(Important) Without leaving the Command screen, press the Menu key, the button that's found left of the Home button.
Select Key input and enter option 2 which will turn your FTM OFF
Wait for a minute. Remove your battery and SIM card for two minutes, place your battery in your phone back but not the SIM card. Turn on the device then.
When the phone is booted, enter the command mode again dial - *#197328640#
Select the Debug Screen, normally option 1
After that, choice phone control, option eight
Click on nas control, option 3
Afterwards, click "RRC (HSDPA), option 5
To Fix not registered on network or Null IMEI #, click RRC revision, option 2.
Choose the released of your phone, here we will choose option 5 (HSDPA only)
The final step to fix Null IMEI # is to turn off your phone and insert your Sim card or else reboot your phone and then insert the SIM card to dial *#06# to see if the IMEI number is restored.
Try removing the battery to turn the device off. Replace the battery and then turn the phone back on and you should be out of FTM.
FTM, is usually entered by holding a button combination down when turning the phone on. Sounds like you accidentally figured out that combo when you turned it on. It could be as simple as holding the power button while turning on.
FTM is factory test mode. It is enabled by holding down a volume key at the same time as pressing the power key. Solution, jsut make sure you are not holding any keys or have keys stuck down when you power up. If FTM mode is stuck even after removing battery, hold power key for 10 seconds. then it is faulty. contact your dealer for repair
remove battery put the cover back press all the hard buttons(power vol + vol-) and connect usb to pc it will connect in DFU mode(FTM mode) FTM logo will not be displayed though flashing will be succesful
I got out of FTM the other day by simply turning standalone mode on then off:
Menu / Settings & Tools / System / Standalone Mode.
It's Factory Test Mode, and is supposedly a very good way to turn your
phone into a brick. For what it's worth, the QPST FTM App help file
The Factory Test Mode (FTM) Radio Frequency (RF) Evaluation Graphical
User Interface (GUI) software is used to to test a phone. FTM RF
Evaluation GUI is an application used to control a QUALCOMM phone such
as a Subscriber UnitReference Design (SURF) or Form Factor Accurate (FFA) for testing RF in three system modes-CDMA 1x, GSM, and WCDMA.
This application requires Dual-Mode Subscriber Station (DMSS) or
Advanced Mode Subscriber Software (AMSS) software with FTM built into
it. The FTM mode must be enabled before using the CDMA 1x, GSM, and
WCDMA RF controls.
FTM is a mode of operation that allows a user to perform diagnostic or
design verification functionality by exposing functions not discretely
available to the user in DMSS mode. FTM does not provide the ability to
make phone calls and is not driven by the DMSS Call Processing State Machine.
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you need to take it in , it stands for Factory Test Mode. software fault. sometimes occurs when accessing bluetooth, telecom will send it to telegistics and get it fixed under warrenty as long as it isnt water or impact damaged,
chillax everyone just do this.....
##5473784236368 send then 0000000 that puts you in a programing menu , go to 4. (H/W test) then take it to option 2 (set operation) then move from FTM to internet or offline. Later