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Go to your phone’s dialing keypad and dial *#06#. Do you see the IMEI displayed?
 
If the IMEI is not displayed, the Baseband IC has to be reballed and two small copper traces (U1/V1) have to be rebuilt and solidified. This is commonly referred to as the “long jumper” solution. It is preferablpreferable to the short jumper solution which may fail because of damaged inner traces. You can check out this [post|297144] (by @teetopp) as it summarizes the issue really well.
If the IMEI is not displayed, the Baseband IC has to be reballed and two small copper traces (U1/V1) have to be rebuilt and solidified. This is commonly referred to as the “long jumper” solution. It is preferablpreferable to the short jumper solution which may fail because of damaged inner traces. You can check out this [post|297144] (by @teetopp) as it summarizes the issue really well.
 
There is a long jumper solution being tried out by Chris Long (and others). Chris posted several videos and you can start with this [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o49Ya-jEAA&t=922s|one].

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Minho ,

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Go to your phone’s dialing keypad and dial *#06#. Do you see the IMEI displayed?

If the IMEI is not displayed, the Baseband IC has to be reballed and two small copper traces (U1/V1) have to be rebuilt and solidified. This is commonly referred to as the “long jumper” solution. It is preferabl to the short jumper solution which may fail because of damaged inner traces. You can check out this [post|297144] (by @teetopp) as it summarizes the issue really well.

There is a long jumper solution being tried out by Chris Long (and others). Chris posted several videos and you can start with this [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o49Ya-jEAA&t=922s|one].

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