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Mar 24, 2022

Added Read Codes Online, Repair IMEI and Patch Cert/Patch Network for MTK models * :

  • Samsung Galaxy A1 Core (SM-A013F, SM-A013G, SM-A013M)
  • Samsung Galaxy A02 (SM-A022F, SM-A022G, SM-A022M)
  • Samsung Galaxy A03s (SM-A037F, SM-A037G, SM-A037M, SM-A037W)
  • Samsung Galaxy A12 (SM-A125F, SM-A125M, SM-A125N, SM-A125W)
  • Samsung Galaxy A21 (SM-A215W)
  • Samsung Galaxy A22 (SM-A225F, SM-A225M)
  • Samsung Galaxy A22 5G (SM-A226B, SM-A226BR, SM-A226L)
  • Samsung Galaxy A31 (SM-A315F, SM-A315G, SM-A315N)
  • Samsung Galaxy A32 (SM-A325F, SM-A325M, SM-A325N)
  • Samsung Galaxy A32 5G (SM-A326B, SM-A326BR, SM-A326K, SM-A326W)
  • Samsung Galaxy F22 (SM-E225F)
  • Samsung Galaxy M1 Core (SM-M013F)
  • Samsung Galaxy M02 (SM-M022F, SM-M022G, SM-M022M)
  • Samsung Galaxy M22 (SM-M225FV)
  • Samsung Galaxy M32 (SM-M325F, SM-M325FV)
  • Samsung Galaxy M32 5G (SM-M326B)
  • Samsung Galaxy F42 5G (SM-E426B)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite (SM-T225, SM-T225C, SM-T225N, SM-T227)

*Root required

Added Read Codes Online for Unisoc models:

  • Samsung Galaxy A03 Core (SM-A032F, SM-A032M)
  • Samsung Galaxy A03 (SM-A035F, SM-A035G, SM-A035M)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 10.5 (SM-X205)

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