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Sunday, 8 April 2012

Trace Your Mobile Phone in case of a Theft.

Hello Friends,today I'll post about "Trace Your Mobile Phone in case of a Theft."

          Friends,Now-a-days mobile phone theft has become a serious problem.Many people loose their phone everyday dude to increasing theft.Not only theft but also they keep their phones on their seats in Public Buses and Trains and when they get down from the bus,they come to know that they forgot their Cell Phone.

         When people loose their phone,its not about the cost of the phone,its about the Contacts,Pictures and Many more important things that go with it.

          To Solve this Problem,Today I am posting this to help you all.  

Follow the Below Instructions-

1. Dial #06# from your mobile.

2. Your mobile shows a unique 15 digit which is your Mobile's IMEI Number.

 What is IMEI Number?
The IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number of a mobile phone is a 15 digit number unique to a mobile handset. Note it down safely. It is also usually printed on the compliance plate of the handset usually under the battery.

3. Note down this no anywhere but except your mobile as this is the number
which will help trace your mobile in case of a theft.

4. Once stolen you just have to mail this 15 digit IMEI number to

along with the Following Information-

Your name:
Phone model:
Last used No :
E-mail for communication:
Missed date:

After you Mail your IMEI Number with the above information your Mobile will be traced within next 24 hrs via a complex system
of GPRS and internet.

You will find where your hand set is being operated even in case your
no is being changed.

NOTE:Keep all these information stored for emergency use.



  1. Advanced smart phones are delicate devices that need to be handled with utmost care. These are expensive to replace and more vulnerable to bumps and scratches. Most phones have a camera lens flush with the back which is much more prone to scratches and damage.



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