Using IMEI number to find stolen smartphone easily…..know how?….find out….!!!!

According to recent research, more than 7 crore mobile phones are lost, lost, or lost somewhere worldwide every year. Without SIM card or GPS location and internet access, if you lose your phone you will think that you have lost everything, your phone may contain your personal data, bank details, necessary documents and so on, but after it is lost, everything is out of your hands at once. But you can get back your lost mobile phone but for this you need IMEI number of your mobile phone, this way if you have this IMEI you can trace your mobile phone very easily.

Now you can also track your lost mobile phone with the help of an IMEI number. But have we ever wondered what this IMEI number is and how we can track a phone with it, today we are going to tell you all about it. So let’s find out how to find your Android mobile phone in a pinch with the help of IMEI number.


This number is assigned to GSM, CDMA and IDEN and some satellite phones. And this number will have 15 targets. It will contain many information like mobile phone model and authorized mobile serial number of the mobile and its manufacturer. More than 2.5 million people in India are using mobile phones with IMEI number

How does IMEI NUMBER work?

The IMEI number of a mobile phone reveals the phone’s current location and can be used to identify where the phone is currently being used. More and more users are in the habit of rooting their phone, so you can find out where your lost smartphone is now by IMEI Numbe. If you don’t know the IMEI number, you can find it by dialing *#06# from your phone.

Disable IMEI number

Every smartphone has a unique IMEI number. You can go to the website and enter the IMEI number of your phone and disable its functions.

Live Location of Lost Phone:

In this way, the person who stole your smartphone can be prevented from stealing your information and using your smartphone in any way. Also, you can track the live location of your lost smartphone.