Change LG Android IMEI, Write A New IMEI on LG Androids

For one reason or another, you might need to change your LG Android device IMEI which I believe is a fragile and tactical task.
Why? Most LG Android devices are Qualcom powered and the partition in which the IMEI is written is of system partition thus; any errors encountered during the process might render the phone useless.

In this tutorial, I discuss a more straight forward and simpler method of changing all Qualcom powered LG Android devices' IMEI.

NOTE: using this method, I have ONLY successfully changed some Qualcom powered LG Android devices. I have not used this method for any MTK LG Android devices.
If you have any, you may use this method to change MTK LG Android though, there is no guarantee that it will work for it.
Changing of IMEI is illegal in some countries and this publication is ONLY for tutorials purposes therefore; you are solely responsible for your actions.

Requirements for Changing LG Android IMEI

1. ROOT Access: the intended LG Android device must be rooted to successfully change the IMEI using the guides explained here.

2. Xposed installer: you need to have Xposed Installer installed on your LG android device. You may download Xposed Installer here.

3. IMEI Changer: you may download the IMEI changer from Play Store here.
The IMEI Changer linked above is the specific IMEI Changer needed for this method to work because it is an Xposed module.

Guides for Changing your LG Android IMEI

1. Install Xposed installer and launch it.

2. Click on Framework, then click on install/update.

3. When it is successfully updated, reboot your device.

4. Install IMEI changer.

5- Open Xposed Installer and click on modules. From the list, select and tick IMEI changer then, click on the IMEI Changer from within the Xposed Installer to lunch IMEI changer.

7. Generate your blackberry IMEI and input it in the space provided and click Apply.

8. Reboot your device and dial *#06# to confirm that your IMEI was successfully changed.

Please be informed that Xposed Installer bricks some android devices. I advised you not to proceed with this guide if you DO NOT have custom recovery flashed on your LG android device.

Good luck.
If you have any questions, use the comment box below. Also, don't forget to comment if this method works for you.