The IMEI - is a unique identifying number - exclusive to each handset. EVERY IMEI is different. You can get the IMEI of your phone by dialing.... Star Hash Zero Six Hash (*#06#) on your phone's keypad.
No Imei code is lock onto the phone itself. Every phone has a unique Imei code when it is manufactured.
A cell phone's IMEI can only be obtained on the phone itself.
The IMEI is a number used to identify a mobile phone on a network. When a stolen phone is reported, its IMEI is sent around, and it is blocked from connecting to networks worldwide. Therefore, the phone is almost useless, discouraging crime. This phone has a 'bad' IMEI. A 'good' IMEI is not barred from networks, and will work correctly in this sense.
i have gelost my mobile,can i find mobile phone with Imei nummber.......?
No just look it up
calculation of imei numbers to get unlock codes
You have to call T-Mobile and have them unlock the phone for you. IMEI numbers are important in phones and if something happens to it they need to make sure your information is secured.
No, the IMEI and the telephone number are not necessarily related.
Entering *#06# on any cell phone should cause it to show the IMEI number assigned to it.
On most models of mobile phone, you can get the IMEI number by entering *#06#
YOU don't !... You have no authority to track a phone via its IMEI number.
You can't. The IMEI number has absolutely no relation to the phone number. The IMEI number simply identifies the individual handset.
Its easy Just take out the battery and you will see the IMEI code on the back of the phone:) !!
In theory the IMEI number should be unique identifier for every cell phone. This number can for example be used to lock a phone in case it has been stolen. Unfortunately there are several reports that in some cases the IMEI is not unique.
Your wireless carrier has the IMEI number available, go to their website & look for their contact information. You can also find your IMEI on the box the phone came in.
Call your service provider. On their billing system, they can cross reference your phone number with the serial number of the sim card as well as the imei of the phone, so by proving your phone number they should be able to find the imei.
the police will ask you for the IMEI number to help find you find your phone. So yes, it can help to find your phone (:
You can't change IMEI number on a Nokia 5310, as well as on any phones, since IMEI number is another term for serial number. As with any serial numbers with any products, it's purpose is for the identification of the product. Unless you change the hardware itself and ultimately damaging the phone, it's next to impossible to change the IMEI #.
The IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number is specific to the handset. The mobile number is associated with the SIM card. If you swap a different SIM card into the mobile phone, it will have a different mobile number but the same IMEI number. The mobile company will have a record of the IMEI of the handset that used a particular mobile number for a particular call, and your mobile provider has a record of the IMEI of any phone you purchased from them, but you cannot in general trace the IMEI by the mobile number.
The IMEI of any handset can be found either by removing the battery (it's printed inside the phone under where the battery is) - OR, dial star hash zero six hash *#06# on the handset, and the phone will display the IMEI number.
The IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) is a unique 17 or 15 digit code used to identify an individual mobile station to a GSM or UMTS network. The IMEI number provides an important function; it uniquely identifies a specific mobile phone being used on a mobile network. The IMEI is a useful tool to prevent a stolen handset from accessing a network and being used to place calls. Mobile phone owners who have their phones stolen can contact their mobile network provider and ask them disable a phone using its IMEI number. With an IMEI number, the phone can be blocked from the network quickly and easily.
IMEI numbers are like identity codes that are unique to each GSM phone. This cannot be changed nor can be deleted. And if a phone is reported as stolen, then even if the unlock code is correct, you still cannot use it unless the owner of the phone calls to his/her service provider to which the phone is locked to and report to them that the phone is already found.
It cannot be done. Unless you want to change the hardware and damage the phone in the end, there is no way for you to do that since an IMEI number is the identification number of the phone or the serial number.