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What is imei


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.

It is important to note that swapping a SIM card will not stop a phone from being banned. IMEI numbers are stored in the phones themselves, not on the SIM cards.

An IMEI is only used to identify the device and does not relate to a specific individual or organization. Other numbers such as the ESN (Electronic Serial Numbers) and MEID (Mobile Equipment Identifiers) can link an individual to a phone. Usually, an IMSI number stored on a SIM card can identify the subscriber on a network.

There are several ways in which you can locate your mobile phone's IMEI number. The IMEI can usually be found on the handset, beneath the battery, sometimes printed on a small white label. Another way to easily locate your IMEI phone is to dial the following sequence of numbers into the handset: *#06#. If you have a Sony Ericsson mobile phone, you can retrieve the IMEI by pressing the following key sequence: right,*, left, left,*, left, *, left.
The Structure of an IMEI Number

IMEI numbers either come in a 17 digit or 15 digit sequences of numbers. The IMEI format currently utilized is AA-BBBBBB-CCCCCC-D:

  • AA: These two digits are for the Reporting Body Identifier, indicating the GSMA approved group that allocated the TAC (Type Allocation Code).
  • BBBBBB: The remainder of the TAC
  • CCCCCC: Serial sequence of the Model
  • D: Luhn check digit of the entire model or 0 (This is an algorithm that validates the ID number)

Jan 06, 2011 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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IMEI NUMBER


HOW TO FIND IMEI NUMBER
  1. Ensure your phone is powered on.
  2. Return to the "idle" screen, or your "desktop". If you were in the middle of a call, end it, and clear any numbers you pressed while making that call.
  3. Press the following keys one by one: * # 0 6 #
  4. As you press on the last #, a number will appear with the title, IMEI number, or similar.
  5. And if you store this *#06# as a phone number in your contacts with the some name, say, IMEI Code, then next time when you dial IMEI Code from your contacts, it will show you the IMEI Number. That way you won't forget the *#06# sequence.
OR

  1. Ensure the phone is powered off.
  2. Remove the battery.
  3. Look on the phone for a white sticker/label, which would be now exposed after removing the battery, for the IMEI. It would be 15 or 17 digits not including a few forward slashes included and without any letters. Only the first 15-digits are needed.
  4. If the phone is not available or if the label is unreadable then have a look at the phone manufacturer's packaging for a white sticker/label. Near one bar code or another the IMEI would also be printed.

BENEFITS OF IMEI NUMBER


If your mobile phone is stolen, call or go to the nearest service center of your mobile network, and give that IMEI number to staff and ask them to block that number for a period of time, so no one can use your mobile phone for any illegal purpose.

Store your 15-Digit IMEI Number in a safe place, so you could find it if your phone is stolen.

If you are South African, you are required by law to report the theft to your Service Provider (Mobile Network) and to the Police (either SAPS or your local Metro Police). It will be blacklisted across ALL networks so that it can't be used for criminal activities. If it is recovered, it is possible to de-blacklist it providing you have proof of ownership.

on Dec 03, 2009 | Cell Phones

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I lost my sony ericsson mobile can you help me to gfind out using IMEI no?


HOW TO FIND IMEI NUMBER
  1. Ensure your phone is powered on.
  2. Return to the "idle" screen, or your "desktop". If you were in the middle of a call, end it, and clear any numbers you pressed while making that call.
  3. Press the following keys one by one: * # 0 6 #
  4. As you press on the last #, a number will appear with the title, IMEI number, or similar.
  5. And if you store this *#06# as a phone number in your contacts with the some name, say, IMEI Code, then next time when you dial IMEI Code from your contacts, it will show you the IMEI Number. That way you won't forget the *#06# sequence.
OR

  1. Ensure the phone is powered off.
  2. Remove the battery.
  3. Look on the phone for a white sticker/label, which would be now exposed after removing the battery, for the IMEI. It would be 15 or 17 digits not including a few forward slashes included and without any letters. Only the first 15-digits are needed.
  4. If the phone is not available or if the label is unreadable then have a look at the phone manufacturer's packaging for a white sticker/label. Near one bar code or another the IMEI would also be printed.

Jun 24, 2010 | Sony Ericsson W200i Cellular Phone

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I have an equation; 100(1+0.10)with an exponent of 4.9 after the parenthesis how do I do this on my TI-30XA?


You can start by substituting 1.1 for 1+0.10
The key sequence for you calculator requires the multiplication key *, and the universal power key labeled Y to x, represented here by ^ (the key under OFF).
The sequence is
100* 1.1^4.9 =
The result is 159.5233118, but if you are handling money you should keep twp decimal digits only.

Mar 03, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

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Check engine light just came on 1993 toy camry


First you need to find out what the fault code is that is making the check engine light come on. To do this, locate the diagnostic connector under the hood. It will be a black rectangular connector approx 50mm X 25mm with Diagnostic written on the cover. Open the cover and on the inside of the cover will be a diagram of the connections and their different labels. Locate pins labelled TE1 and E1. Switch on the ignition switch without starting the engine and with a small jumper wire bridge between pin TE1 and pin E1. Observe the check engine light on the dash and you will notice that it will be flashing. Read the diagnosis code as indicated by the number of flashes that this light makes. Each code will be displayed by first blinking the first digit of the code, then a pause and blink the second digit of the code. For example, Code 52 (knock sensor signal) will flash 5 times, pause and then flash 2 times, then a longer pause before it goes onto the next fault code if there is another one. Once it has gone through all the stored fault codes it will go through the sequence again starting at the first fault code again. Due to the many different fault codes that can be obtained it would be better to post another question for the fault code obtained. Good luck!

Jan 06, 2010 | 1993 Toyota Camry V6

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How to stop calibrating soo much?


There is no way to get around the recalibration for different sizes of label, you must do it at every different label height, The callibration only sets the label height/length, so try doing the same length labels in sequence.

Oct 22, 2009 | Zebra 105SL Thermal Label Printer

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I have a GE phone, mod # 2-9223BKC. I want to program numbers in but i can't find the directions, can you help


MEMORY
Each memory button is capable of storing phone numbers up to 16 digits. Memory
locations 0-9 require you to press the mem button for access.
STORING A NUMBER IN MEMORY
1. Pick up the handset, and press the store button.
2. Dial the number to be stored (up to 16 digits).
3. Press store again.
4. Press a memory location button 0-9, and hang up the handset.

INSERTING A PAUSE IN THE DIALING SEQUENCE
Use the redial button to add pauses to a dialing sequence, for example after you dial
9 for an outside line. A pause is approximately 4 seconds long.

CHANGING A STORED NUMBER
To change a stored number, you just replace it with a different number using the
procedure for storing a number.

DIALING A STORED NUMBER
1. Pick up the handset, and wait for a dial tone.
2. For numbers stored in memory locations 0-9, press the mem button, and then
number of the location in which the desired number is stored

Sep 15, 2009 | Lands Phones

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Extra caracters on Zebra S4m


Since it happens with all your printers ,this tells me that it is not a printer problem.
SO....
Lets look at the application..
The first label sees it as PAGE 100 and if you print 50 it should count up to 150.
look at the application and edit it to turn off page numbering .

Nov 20, 2008 | Zebra Printer 140-751-00000

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Programming


MEMORY

Store as many as 12 numbers in memory for easy dialing. Three can be stored in the Emergency Quick Dial locations, and nine additional numbers can be stored in the numbered keys (1-9).

STORING A NUMBER IN MEMORY

1. Press SPEAKER (or pick up the handset).
2. Press STORE.
3. Dial the number to be stored (up to 16 digits).
4. Press STORE button.

5. Press a Memory Location (1-9 on the keypad), or an EMERGENCY QUICK DIAL button.
6. Press SPEAKER (or hang up the handset).
7. Record the phone number on the memory directory (located under the plastic cover).

ADDING A PAUSE TO THE DIALING SEQUENCE


Use the REDIAL button to insert a delay in the dialing
sequence when storing a number, for example, when you need to dial 9 to get an outside line. Press REDIAL at the point in the dialing sequence in which a pause is required.

CHANGING A STORED NUMBER


Change a stored number by replacing it with a different
number.

DIALING A NUMBER FROM MEMORY


You can dial numbers from memory when using the handset or speakerphone. When you get a dial tone, press the MEMORY DIAL button followed by the memory location (1-9) for the number you want to dial.

Apr 27, 2007 | GE 29318GE1 Corded Phone

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