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Oct 18, 2023

Improvements - Xiaomi MTK

  • Patch IMEI procedure has been improved to support writing EROFS file systems.

    Supported devices include:
    • Redmi A1/POCO C50/A1+ (ice)
    • Redmi Note 12S (sea)
    • Redmi A2/A2+/POCO C51 (water)
    • and others
  • Additional improvements to enable MEID patching (CDMA phones)

Improvements - Generic MTK

  • added a new Repair MEID procedure which can repair the MEID value of a device (where it's available)

Improvements - Samsung

  • Improved the stability of the Identify procedure upon detecting phones in EUB mode

Important note: Newer versions of ChimeraTool application will be signed using SHA-256 hash algorithm only, this might cause issues on older Windows 7 PCs. Make sure you keep your operation system updated and install the latest updates available for your computer.


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