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How do I find my ESN MEID IMEI?

Where can I find my phone’s MEID/ESN?

  1. Android: Go to Settings > More > About Device > Status – use MEID DEC or HEX.
  2. Alternate Android: Go to Settings > About > Device Info – use MEID DEC or HEX.
  3. iPhone: Go to Settings > General > About – scroll down to find MEID or IMEI.

What is the ESN MEID IMEI?

An “ESN” is an Electronic Serial Number. An MEID (Mobile Equipment ID) and ESN uniquely identify a CDMA cellphone. An IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) is unique number assigned to a GSM, UMTS or IDEN cellphones.

Why does my iPhone have IMEI and MEID?

Your phone or tablet uses a unique IMEI or MEID number, one that distinguishes it from other mobile devices. You may need this number to unlock your cellphone or tablet, to track or detect a lost or stolen cellphone, or to see if your phone will work on another carrier’s network.

What is MEID on iPhone?

The Mobile Equipment Identifier (MEID) is a serial number introduced in the mid-2000s to replace Electronic Serial Numbers (ESNs), which were exhausted by November 2008.

How do I know if my iPhone is GSM or MEID?

How to check whether your phone is GSM or CDMA using settings: On an iPhone: Go to the Settings app, click on General and then About, and look for an MEID, ESN, or IMEI number near the bottom of the menu.

What is the MEID number used for?

A Mobile Equipment IDentifier (MEID) is a globally unique 56-bit identification number for a physical piece of mobile station equipment. Equipment identifiers are “burned” into a device and should be resistant to modification. They are used to facilitate mobile equipment identification and tracking.

What is a Meid on iPhone?

There are a number of ways to locate your iPhone’s MEID and IMEI numbers. The Mobile Equipment Identifier (MEID) is a serial number introduced in the mid-2000s to replace Electronic Serial Numbers (ESNs), which were exhausted by November 2008.

Does iPhone have ESN number?

An ESN is the electronic serial number assigned to your iPhone and is used with CDMA phones instead of SIM cards. There are several good guides through eBay about what an ESN is and how it can go bad.

What is a MEID on iPhone?

What MEID stand for?

Mobile Equipment Identifier
MEID means Mobile Equipment Identifier and is a 14-character PIN for your device. You can find your MEID in your device Settings menu or behind the battery if you have a removable one. What’s an ESN? ESN means Electronic Serial Number and is 11 digits containing both numbers and letters.

What is the MEID used for?

Where to find phone ESN?

On many phones you can find your ESN directly in your phone’s account settings. On other phones your ESN will be located on a label underneath the battery or to side the battery.

What is an IMEI number iPhone?

IMEI stands for “International Mobile Equipment Identity”. It’s a 14 to 16 digits long number and it’s unique for every iPhone and it’s the identification of your device. The IMEI is much like a Social Security Number, but for phones.

What phone do I have IMEI?

There are multiple ways to find your IMEI number. You can dial the universal IMEI *#06#. You won’t need to press the call button as it will automatically pop up on your screen. Phone 3,3G,3GS,4 or 4s have the IMEI engraved on the SIM card tray. Original iPhone, iPhone 5,5c or 5s have the IMEI engraved on the back of the device.