The easiest way to check IMEI number in MI Note 10 Lite is by dialling a number combination on your device. But before we show you how, let us first understand what IMEI is and its use.
IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity. Every smartphone has a unique IMEI number. It is usually composed of 15 to 17 digits in which the first numbers represent where the phone has been manufactured. This set of numbers is used by GSM networks to identify devices. Thus, stopping stolen phone from accessing their network. If you want to know where to locate this number for future references, follow the steps provided below.
How To Check IMEI number in Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite
- From your Home screen, tap the Phone icon.
- Tap the Dialer which is located at the lower-right corner above Contacts..
- Dial *#06# and tap the Call or telephone icon.
Wait for the phone to show the IMEI and the device serial number. Note that your phone needs to have enough signal bars when calling the number combination. Alternatively, you can locate the IMEI number of your Mi Note Lite from the Settings menu. Here’s how:
- Select the Settings icon.
- Tap About Phone.
- Tap All specs.
- Scroll to and tap on Status.
4. Then scroll to IMEI sim slot 1 and sim slot 2.
Your Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite has two IMEI numbers since it is a dual-sim phone. Aside from the above mentioned methods, you can also locate your phone’s identity document or the IMEI number on the phone’s battery, on the box, or on your receipt. You also have the option to contact your phone provider to acquire this information if needed.
So whenever your phone gets lost or stolen, you can contact your phone provider to report it. Supply the needed information including the phone’s IMEI number. The phone will then be tagged as lost/stolen and be deactivated. Thus, can no longer be operational.
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