Enter your Identifier Number (IMEI) and it will convert to every format of device unique codes such as MEID and ESN.
This calculator uses also pseudo ESNs (pESN), ESNs, and MEID numbers in both decimal and hexadecimal forms. You may use this tool in order to convert between IMEI, MEID and ESN, and to view both decimal and hexadecimal formats. This calculator may be very helpful especially when you are trying to activate your device with a carrier that requires unique identifier in a strictly specified format.
What are IMEI, ESN and MEID identifiers?
IMEIs, ESNs and MEIDs are numbers and codes used by the mobile producers in order to ensure the unique identificator for each devices. Generally speaking each device have assigned one IMEIs, ESN or MEID.
What is the MEID Number?
The MEID Number (Mobile Equipment Identifier) is a unique 56-bit identification code for CDMA mobile devices. The MEID number is permanently stored in the device. The MEID is a replacement for ESN (electronic serial number) since 2006. The MEID Number consists of the following parts:
We can distinguish two standard formats for MEIDs identifier, and both may contain an optional check-digit:
What is the IMEI Number?
The IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) is a unique number to identify GSM, WCDMA, and iDEN mobile phones, as well as some satellite phones. The IMEI is only used for identifying the device and has no permanent or semi-permanent relation to the subscriber. 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.
What is ESN?
ESN - Electronic Serial Number is a unique 32-bits identification number embedded by manufacturers in wireless phones. In addition to being programmed into the phone's microchip, the ESN typically is found on a label under the cellular phone's battery.