A5000 Cert Write Failed

Phone is with IMEI CERT , First I tried to reset MSL but still can’t write CERT


    Phone must be rooted!
  If the software can't root the phone automatically,
  then you must root your device manually.
  1. Power on the phone.
  2. Tap 7 times on 'Build number' in 'Settings'-'About phone' to enable 'Developer options',
    go to 'Settings'-'Developer options' and enable 'USB debugging'.
  3. Connect the phone to PC with USB cable, install drivers if needed.
  4. Select device in ADB settings.
  5. Press 'Read EFS' button to read backup or 'Write EFS' to restore or
    press 'Write CERT' to restore certificates.
  To backup/restore QCN, phone diagnostic port must be enabled.
  1. Power on the phone.
  2. Type *#0808# and select 'DM+MODEM+ADB'.
  3. Type *#9090# and select 'DM/DUN over HSIC'.
    Or use 'Activate Diag' function from 'Repair' tab.
  4. Connect phone to PC with USB cable, install drivers if needed.
  5. Select diagnostic port in port settings.
  6. Press 'Read QCN' button to read NV backup or 'Write QCN' to restore.
Operation: Write CERT
Selected model: SM-A5000
Selected port: COM1263 SAMSUNG Mobile USB Serial Port
Software version: 24.4

Checking certificate file... OK
KEY ID: 0634
Waiting ADB device... OK
Reading phone info...
Model: SM-A5000
Android version: 5.0.2
Product code: Not Active
Phone version: A5000ZHU1BOL3
PDA version: A5000ZHU1BOL3
CSC version: A5000ZZH1BOL3
CSC country code: Hong Kong
CSC sales code: TGY
HW version:
Phone S/N: RJGHGF05147
Modem board: MSM8926
RF cal date: NONE
Initialization AT RIL... OK
Bypass MSL... error (2)
First reset MSL

Done with Samsung Tool PRO v.24.4