How to Find IMEI Number of Stolen Android and iPhone

If your device is lost or stolen and you don’t know the IMEI number of your device, here’s how to find IMEI number of stolen Android and iPhone. When ever our device is stolen or lost you need the IMEI number to locate or block your device. This is the best to trace or locate your device, all you have to do is give your IMEI number to law enforcement agencies and they will get your device. Most of the time we have our box so it will be easy to get the IMEI number, but if you don’t have the IMEI number then you cannot trace your device. Today i will guide you how you can get IMEI number of stolen Android and iPhone.

find IMEI number of stolen Android and iPhone

 How to Find IMEI Number of Stolen Android Device:

Step#1: First you have to open Google dashboard on your PC. Make sure you login with the same email id the one you used on the device.

Step#2: There you’ll see the list of Google service that you are using. Click on Android.

Step#3: A list will appear with the devices information which are used against your gmail id.

Step#4: Now find the device from the list, copy the IMEI number. You are all good to go to law enforcement agencies.

This how you get the IMEI number of the Android device, in the following guide i’ll tell you how to find IMEI number of stolen iPhone.

How to Find IMEI Number of Stolen iPhone Device:

First make sure that you have backed up your iPhone on local machine, if you do then follow the steps mentioned below.

Step#1: Open iTunes on your PC/Mac.

Step#2: Goto edit menu and select Preferences.

Step#3: Click on the device tab.

Step#4: You’ll see the list of the devices whom you’ve backed up using iTunes.

Step#5: All you have to do is hover the mouse over the device name and you’ll get the details of the device.

All Done !

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