Database of Spreadtrum/UniSoc IMEI Tools
Download the Write IMEI Tool for Windows. This tool assists in writing, fixing, or repairing the IMEI number on devices that operate on the SPD/UniSoc chipset.
|Name||Write IMEI Tool|
|File Size||1.56 MB|
|Supports||Microsoft Windows (32-bit and 64-bit)|
The Write IMEI Tool is a Windows application designed to write, fix, or repair the IMEI number on devices running on "Spreadtrum" or "UniSoc" chipsets. The IMEI number serves as a unique identifier for mobile phones and is used for various purposes.
The Write IMEI Tool is capable of writing a new IMEI number to a device in cases where the original IMEI number is either lost or corrupted. This feature proves useful if you have acquired a used device and are unaware of its original IMEI number, or if the existing IMEI number has been blocked by the cellular network.
Additionally, the Write IMEI Tool can also be used to fix a corrupted IMEI number. Such corruption may occur if the device has been flashed with incompatible firmware or if the IMEI number has been tampered with.
In this guide, we will show you how to use the Write IMEI Tool for writing or repairing the IMEI number on devices that operate on SPD/UniSoc chipsets.
The Write IMEI Tool is a small utility designed for writing, fixing, and repairing the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number on devices that are powered by Spreadtrum or UniSoc chipsets.
The Write IMEI Tool is currently available only for Windows, and it is not officially supported on other platforms, such as macOS or Linux.
Yes, the Write IMEI Tool is generally available for free. It is often distributed by Unisoc Communications or affiliated websites, targeting users who need to manage or repair IMEI numbers on devices running on Spreadtrum or UniSoc chipsets.
Yes, the Write IMEI Tool is widely considered to be secure and reliable. It is developed and maintained by Unisoc Communications, a reputable company with a solid track record in the field of telecommunications and chipset manufacturing.
The Write IMEI Tool does not have a fixed release schedule. Instead, updates are released as needed, such as when new features are added or critical bugs are fixed.
First, download and extract the WriteIMEI Tool on your computer. Then, open WriteIMEI.exe to launch the tool. Next, connect the SPD/UniSoc device to the computer and click on "Mode Select," choosing between Normal Mode or Calibrated Mode. Finally, input the IMEI numbers and click on the "Write" button. Alternatively, you can follow the instructions on How to use WriteIMEI Tool to Write IMEI.
The Write IMEI Tool is compatible with devices running on Spreadtrum or UniSoc chipsets. This includes a variety of smartphones, tablets, and other telecommunication devices that use these specific chipsets. It is not compatible with devices running on other types of chipsets.
No, an internet connection is not required to use the Write IMEI Tool. It operates as a standalone application, functioning independently without the need for online connectivity.
If you are looking for the original driver compatible with WriteIMEI Tool, then head over to the SPD/UniSoc USB Driver page.
If you are in search of the SPD Flash Tool for flashing or installing .pac firmware on devices equipped with SPD/UniSoc chipsets, you can visit the SPD Flash Tool website.