How to change IMEI number for all Snapdragon powered devices

Jan 11, 2015 under Others

I once introduced how to change the IMEI number on various devices across various platforms. A lot has changed since then. Symbian and BlackBerry almost disappeared, iOS and Android dominated the mobile space. Tizen and Fire OS are struggling to make a dent. With the rise of Android, Qualcomm SOCs also dominated the flagship and…

How to find and change the IMEI number

Dec 07, 2012 under Others

Please note, changing your handset’s IMEI number may void warranty or break the law. As far as I know, it’s strictly prohibited to change any phone’s IMEI number in the UK. So always refer to your user manual and local law, you are responsible for any action you take. Please also note this post is…

Find Android phone CellID and LAC using test mode

Nov 15, 2011 under Others

I once introduced some apps we can use to get our phone’s CellID and LAC for location purposes, like celltracker, fieldtest, net monitor, cell tower locator etc. In addition to those apps, I recently came into a more powerful app for Android device called Network Info II which is available in Android market. It can…

Plan B – Find my phone app for Android

May 19, 2011 under Cell phone tracking

Plan B is an Android locating app released by the mobile security company Lookout to find your lost Android mobile device. It says it’s the only mobile tracking app with which you do not need to download and install before you lose your handset. If you own an Android Smartphone and it goes missing without…

What makes a good cell phone locating app

Apr 09, 2011 under Cell phone tracking

Cell phone tracking app is useful because you can use it to record your trip, share your whereabouts with friends. Most of all, parents use it to keep track of their children, people use it to find their misplaced or lost mobile device. But there’s a few situations mobile tracing app could not work, if…

GSM mobile phone tracking via IMEI number

May 03, 2010 under Cell phone tracking

IMEI, short for International Mobile Equipment Identity, is a 15-digit number for cell phones. Each mobile device has a unique IMEI number assigned by GSM association. It has nothing to do with your service provider such as Sprint, AT&T, Verizon Wireless or T-mobile. To check your mobile phone’s IMEI number, just type *#06# on the…

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