Check IMEI For Google Pixel 2

Check IMEI For Google Pixel 2

The IMEI also known as the International Mobile Station Equipment Identity is a specific number that is used by service providers to identify each device. These GSM companies make use of the IMEI number to blacklist or locate a misplaced or stolen phone. Before you can use your Pixel 2, you have to make sure you have completed an IMEI number identification process for Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.

When an IMEI number of a smartphone is on the blacklist, all GSM companies will be notified about it. They will not allow it to connect to their network. It’s basically not possible to change the IMEI number of a device and this makes the Blacklisting method an effective one. This is the reason why it is always advised to pen down your IMEI number in a safe place (not on your Pixel 2) so that if you misplace it or it get stolen, you can report the IMEI number and this will prevent your device being accessible to someone else. If you want to know how to locate the IMEI number of your Pixel 2, read this guide.

Checking Device IMEI

If you’re buying a Pixel 2, you should check the IMEI to be certain that it has not been blacklisted. The main reason is ensure the seller is not trying to sell Pixel 2 that is already blacklisted or stolen. Its very easy and quick to check the verification of your Pixel 2 IMEI number. There are several different ways of checking IMEI on AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. As soon as the website loads, enter the IMEI of your Pixel 2. The site will bring all the relevant information about it. This includes the Model, Brand, Design, Memory details, purchase date and other details of your Pixel 2.