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International Mobile Equipment Identity
To find out your mobile phone's IMEI number, type (see below for exceptions) :
* # 0 6 #
into your mobile phone handset. As you complete the above code, your mobile phone's IMEI number will be displayed on the screen.
Alternatively, you can also find the IMEI number recorded on an identification sticker, normally located on the rear of the handset and underneath the battery.
You will need your mobile phone's IMEI number if you report the phone lost or stolen to the police, your insurance company or your mobile phone provider, therefore you should keep a record of the IMEI number somewhere safe... You can record your IMEI numbers here on IMEI.org.uk - if you should ever need to look it up, you will only have to enter your email address and password to retrieve it - as you'll not be able to retrieve it should your phone be lost or stolen!
Our IMEI recording facility will be up and running in the very near future... Watch this space!
Retrieving IMEI Information from an older Sony or Sony Ericsson handset can be done by entering these keys: * Right * Left Left * Left *
IMEI information on BlackBerry devices can be found by going to options, then status.
IMEI information on Apple iPhones can be found in a number of ways. If you iPhone is connected to your computer, then use the Summary tab and then click on the words "Phone Number". Your IMEI will display. The IMEI is printed on the SIM tray of the iPhone 3G or etched onto the back of the original iPhone. You can also find your iPhone IMEI in the About screen on your iPhone. From the Home screen, tap Settings > General > About and scroll down.
To ensure that we give you the most up to date and therefore accurate information, this website is updated on a regular basis. Please feel free to contact us if you find any information incorrect and we shall amend any errors.