The IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) is a unique number to identify GSM, WCDMA, and iDEN mobile phones, as well as some satellite phones. Mostly phone have one IMEI number, but in dual SIM phones are two.
The IMEI is only used for identifying the device and has no permanent or semi-permanent relation to the subscriber. The number is used by the GSM network to identify valid devices and therefore can be used for stopping a stolen phone from accessing the network in that country.
How to check IMEI?
The IMEI can be displayed on the screen of the phone by entering *#06# into the keypad on most phones. It can also be printed inside the battery compartment of the phone.
Also IMEI number is on box label:
Watch the video below. In this tutorial, we present the method of checking the IMEI Number in all device.
In the "About" field you will find your iPhone IMEI
In some iPhone you can check the IMEI number on SIM card tray. In the case of CDMA network there is also a MEID number.
In some iPhone models IMEI number is engraved on the back cover. If you need to check MEID number it will be the same number as IMEI without the last digit.
Check MEID number in iPad
Go to iPad Settings
Then select the "General"
In the "About" field you will find your 14-digit iPad MEID number
IMEI in Motorola Iden Phones
On the dialing screen, press [#][*][menu][right arrow] and confirm.
If your phone has a SIM card, scroll down to "IMEI / SIM ID" section and press Enter. Here you see 14-digit phone's IMEI. To get the full 15-digit number you must add at the end of the digit 0.
If your phone does not have a SIM card should continue pressing the [arrow right] key until you see "IMEI " The screen will display the first 7 digits to see another 7 scrolls down. To get the full 15-digit number you must added at the end of the digit 0.