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[Tutorial] How to use Maui META

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(This post was last modified: 07-07-2017, 03:20 PM by hovatek. )

Maui META is a tool that enables you write IMEI, Serial number etc to a Mediatek (MTK) Android phone.

Requirements


See the video tutorial below or @ https://youtu.be/mt7ka71lQBA





How to use Maui Meta 3G


  1. Unzip Maui META, install it on the PC then run as Administrator. It should be installed to Program files or Program files (x86) folder depending on your PC's architecture.

    [Image: how-to-use-MAUI-Meta-1.jpg]

  2. Wait till the Maui META dashboard appears with a red circle. Under Connection Type, select the option which best describes your device

    [Image: how-to-use-MAUI-Meta-2.jpg]

  3. Click Reconnect at the top-right corner. The color of the circle should start changing between red and green. Switch off the phone (still with battery inside) and connect it to the PC without holding any button on the phone.

    [Image: how-to-use-MAUI-Meta-3.jpg]

  4. The phone should boot up then get stuck at boot animation. Not to worry,its in META mode. The circle should now be yellow in color, indicating that the phone has been successfully detected

    [Image: how-to-use-MAUI-Meta-4.jpg]

  5. In the Get version box, click Get target version to confirm that the phone has been detected. The phone's details should appear

    [Image: how-to-use-MAUI-Meta-5.jpg]

  6. You can now minimize the Get version box

    [Image: how-to-use-MAUI-Meta-6.jpg]

  7. Click on the dropdown at the top left corner and select IMEI download

    [Image: how-to-use-MAUI-Meta-7.jpg]

  8. The IMEI Download box should pop up. Click on Change NVRAM Database File

    [Image: how-to-use-MAUI-Meta-8.jpg]

  9. In the window that pops up, navigate to the location of the BPLGUInfo file (often named like BPLGUInfoCustomAppSrcP_MT65**...), select it then click Open

    [Image: how-to-use-MAUI-Meta-9.jpg]

  10. You should see the path to the DB file under NVRAM Database File. Click SIM_1 or SIM_2 depending on which you wish to write IMEI to. Now, enter the first 14 digits of the IMEI you wish to write. The digit entered in the CheckSum box will be the 15th digit of the IMEI. Once done, click Download To Flash (If IMEI keeps disappearing after factory reset then try clicking Upload From Flash instead)

    [Image: how-to-use-MAUI-Meta-10.jpg]

  11. Once the IMEI has been successfully written to the selected SIM slot on the phone, you should see a message at the bottom saying Download IMEI to flash successfully

    [Image: how-to-use-MAUI-Meta-11.jpg]

  12. Switch off the phone either by taking out then reinserting the battery or holding the power button till it goes off. Once off, boot up the phone and dial *#06# to confirm that the IMEI was successfully written to the phone

Note

  • You can also use Maui Meta to write Serial Number back to your device by selecting the Barcode option. The Bardcode is 63 to 64 characters long. The First 23 characters are the Product Number followed by the Serial Number then other characters.
  • To write a Serial Number of 0123456789ABCDEF for example,
  • We'll assume that product number is 11223344556677889900XYZ . Bardcode of 63 characters would then be
  • 11223344556677889900XYZ0123456789ABCDEF************************

! Above, * represents space and there are 24 (spaces) * to make up 63 characters


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@hovatek
Why I can't connect my MT6797 to the MAUI META? I have tried every single driver found on internet!
It just starts the phone and then MAUI do nothing.
I have LeTV 2 Pro and it won't work. I have the baseband unknown. Can you help me?
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Any help please..... I need to restore my phone!!
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(10-10-2016, 03:43 PM)Pangadaywalker Wrote: @hovatek
Why I can't connect my MT6797 to the MAUI META? I have tried every single driver found on internet!
It just starts the phone and then MAUI do nothing.
I have LeTV 2 Pro and it won't work. I have the baseband unknown. Can you help me?

drop your gmail address if you're on Google Hangouts
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(10-11-2016, 10:43 AM)hovatek Wrote:
(10-10-2016, 03:43 PM)Pangadaywalker Wrote: @hovatek
Why I can't connect my MT6797 to the MAUI META? I have tried every single driver found on internet!
It just starts the phone and then MAUI do nothing.
I have LeTV 2 Pro and it won't work. I have the baseband unknown. Can you help me?

drop your gmail address if you're on Google Hangouts

Hi, I can't connect to MT6797, having the same issue.

My gmail address is [email protected]

Thanks.
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(12-21-2016, 08:36 AM)pepp1 Wrote: Hi, I can't connect to MT6797, having the same issue.

My gmail address is [email protected]

Thanks.

What's wrong with the phone?
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Please why is it writing downlaod to flash failed please check the versions of load and NVRAM data base are same... Am using Infinix note3
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(12-26-2016, 12:40 AM)wozupguy Wrote: Please why is it writing downlaod to flash failed please check the versions of load and NVRAM data base are same... Am using Infinix note3

the problems is from the db files you're selecting.
how did you get them?
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(12-26-2016, 10:27 AM)hovatek Wrote:
(12-26-2016, 12:40 AM)wozupguy Wrote: Please why is it writing downlaod to flash failed please check the versions of load and NVRAM data base are same... Am using Infinix note3

the problems is from the db files you're selecting.
how did you get them?



I copied it from my phone, [system-etc folder] please can you get me another db files. Thanks
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(12-26-2016, 08:33 PM)wozupguy Wrote: I copied it from my phone, [system-etc folder] please can you get me another db files. Thanks

Thats usually contained in the firmware @ https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-533.html
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