IMEI is a unique identifier for a mobile device; no two devices share the same IMEI.
Most modern smartphones use an IMEI number as an identifier, but some older CDMA devices use a MEID. GSM, unlocked, and newer CDMA devices use IMEI numbers.
You can check your IMEI here using our free IMEI Check service.
You can check your IMEI using IMEI.io check service
Finding the IMEI tied to your device depends a lot on the device itself.
In many cases, you can find the device identifier dialing *#06#
IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity and is a unique identifier for a mobile device. IMEI is a type of ESN (Electronic Serial Number).
IMEI numbers are typically 15 digits in length.
Here are some example (and invalid) IMEI numbers:
A whitelisted IMEI has been officially registered with a device by the manufacturer.
A blacklisted IMEI has been reported lost or stolen with the global registry. A blacklisted device cannot be activated or used with any carrier.