Unlock This Phone is Disabled By EE

Unlock This Phone is Disabled By EE

UK EE
UK EE

This Phone is Disabled by EE Problem, Here Below I am posting some simple steps to provide you with the solution, This Disable by network data is actually saved in your phone which named as Persist Data, Formatting Your Phone is the only solution to FIX This Problem, But you need ADB Access to Communicate with Your Phone…

This Phone is Disabled By EE – STEPS

  • Find Latest CWM / PHILZTOUCH / TWRP Recovery for your Phone and flash it using Odin
  • Boot your Device in custom recovery and connect the cable
  • Check your Device detected as ADB in you Device Manager to confirm you can also run the command in CMD “adb device”
  • if Everything OK Then Format Your Persist Partition
  • This is for S5, Note3 and Note 4

adb shell mke2fs /dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/persdata dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/persdata exit

if your device is S6 or Alpha

For Alpha and Latest Models

  • Commands are almost same but partition Table is a little bit different so first of all, you need to run this command to determine where is per data in the partition.

ls /dev/block/platform

  • And you will see something listed, Eg: “15540000.dwmmc0?. So you would then replace “msm_sdcc.1? with “15540000.dwmmc0?. The above command will then become

mke2fs /dev/block/platform/15540000.dwmmc0/by-name/persdata

For S6 ( G920F )

adb shell dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/block/sda11 dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/block/sda13
Final Step

  • Wipe Dalvik & Data / Factory Reset
  • Flash phone with other firmware so that this will never come back

Simple tips to help keep your phone secure

  • Make sure you’ve locked your phone with a PIN – if you lose your phone, it’s locked
  • Make sure you’ve activated SIM PIN and changed your PIN to something memorable. This stops your EE SIM being used fraudulently in another device if it gets stolen
  • If your phone gets lost or stolen, change all the passwords for the services you use on it, especially your email, social networks and mobile banking
  • Don’t reply to emails or texts from people you don’t know
  • Turn off your WiFi if you’re in a public area and you’re not using it