ChimeraTool | SUPPORTED MODELS

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Supported MTK models

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MTK / Alcatel 1S (2020) 5028D Added: 3 months ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Sony Xperia L4 (MTK) XQ-AD52 Added: 3 months ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / verykool Helix s5025 (MTK) verykool Helix s5025 Added: a year ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Android S8 mini (MTK) Android S8 mini Added: a year ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / TCL 5023E (MTK) TCL 5023E Added: a year ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / GTEL A704i (MTK) GTEL A704i Added: a year ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / X-apple (MTK) X-apple Added: a year ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Four K500 (MTK) Four_K500 Added: a year ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Lenovo Moto X4 (MTK) Lenovo Moto X4 Added: a year ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Smartrontics C1 (MTK) Smartrontics C1 Added: a year ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI Root MTK / BLU_ENERGY_JR (MTK) BLU_ENERGY_JR Added: a year ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / LG X230 K4 (MTK) lge LG-X230 Added: a year ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / F32 (MTK) F32 Added: a year ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / LAVA Z50 (MTK) LAVA Z50 Added: a year ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / alps C-723 (MTK) alps C-723 Added: a year ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / alps AZUMI A50TQ (MTK) alps AZUMI A50TQ Added: a year ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / Mobicel ONYX (MTK) Mobicel ONYX Added: a year ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / alps XZ3 (MTK) alps XZ3 Added: 2 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / LGE Nexus 5X (MTK) LGE Nexus 5X Added: 2 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / FUN_VALUE (MTK) FUN_VALUE Added: 2 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / SAMSUNG SMJ500M (MTK) SAMSUNG SMJ500M Added: 2 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / lmkj F8Plus (MTK) lmkj F8Plus Added: 2 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / ZTE T816 (MTK) ZTE T816 Added: 2 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / acer E380 (MTK) acer E380 Added: 2 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / P10 PLUS (MTK) P10 PLUS Added: 2 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / TCL 5049Z (MTK) TCL 5049Z Added: 2 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / OSKU W2 OSKU W2 Added: 2 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / 5S MD298ZP/A CLONE (MTK) 5S MD298ZP/A Added: 2 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / MTK/6580 M-PPxG551 (MTK) MTK/6580 M-PPxG551 Added: 2 years ago.Public Beta! Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI MTK / GEOTEL_Note (MTK) GEOTEL_Note Added: 2 years ago. Network Factory Reset Repair IMEI

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Please note some of our main aspirations to protect our customers’ security and personal data. We have always paid special attention to user data and the way we process them, but let us show you some examples:

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As a first line of defense, your data is protected by security systems specialized in preventing hacking attacks, but our other self-developed security solutions and our ever-running monitoring systems enable us to declare with great certainty that we do everything to prevent unauthorized users from acquiring any sensitive data.

In case of a potential unauthorized physical access to any of our servers, the data stored there is useless, as our storage media are protected by sector-level AES encryption.

All passwords we store are unknown to us as well, since only the passwords’ hash values are stored, randomized with “salt”. This minimizes the risk of any leakage of actual user passwords in case of a potential database leak.

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