ChimeraTool supported models

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Supported MTK models

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MTK / Alcatel 1S (2020) 5028D  Added: 3 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Sony Xperia L4 (MTK) XQ-AD52  Added: 3 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / verykool Helix s5025 (MTK) verykool Helix s5025  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Android S8 mini (MTK) Android S8 mini  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / GTEL A704i (MTK) GTEL A704i  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / TCL 5023E (MTK) TCL 5023E  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / X-apple (MTK) X-apple  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Four K500 (MTK) Four_K500  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Lenovo Moto X4 (MTK) Lenovo Moto X4  Added: 4 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Smartrontics C1 (MTK) Smartrontics C1  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI Root MTK / BLU_ENERGY_JR (MTK) BLU_ENERGY_JR  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / LG X230 K4 (MTK) lge LG-X230  Added: 4 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / F32 (MTK) F32  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / LAVA Z50 (MTK) LAVA Z50  Added: 4 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / alps C-723 (MTK) alps C-723  Added: 4 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / alps AZUMI A50TQ (MTK) alps AZUMI A50TQ  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Mobicel ONYX (MTK) Mobicel ONYX  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / alps XZ3 (MTK) alps XZ3  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / LGE Nexus 5X (MTK) LGE Nexus 5X  Added: 4 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / FUN_VALUE (MTK) FUN_VALUE  Added: 4 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / SAMSUNG SMJ500M (MTK) SAMSUNG SMJ500M  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / lmkj F8Plus (MTK) lmkj F8Plus  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / ZTE T816 (MTK) ZTE T816  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / acer E380 (MTK) acer E380  Added: 4 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / P10 PLUS (MTK) P10 PLUS  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / TCL 5049Z (MTK) TCL 5049Z  Added: 4 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / OSKU W2 Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / 5S MD298ZP/A CLONE (MTK) 5S MD298ZP/A  Added: 4 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / MTK/6580 M-PPxG551 (MTK) MTK/6580 M-PPxG551  Added: 4 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Lenovo Tab 3 730X (MTK) Lenovo TB3-730X  Added: 4 years ago. Network Factory Reset Remove FRP lock Repair IMEI Root

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