The IMEI or International Mobile Station Equipment Identity is a unique number that identifies a certain device. IMEI Number is a serial number that identifies your smartphone and allows you to prove that you own the phone and retrieve it in case your mobile phone gets stolen or lost. The IMEI number is utilized by GSM systems to check if the devices are “Legit” and aren’t “Stolen or Blacklisted”. Completing an IMEI number check for Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile will ensure that Moto Z2 are capable of being used.
IMEI on Packaging
One method to locate the IMEI number or the International Mobile Station Equipment Identity Number on the Motorola Moto Z2 is through the original box of the smartphone. You will find a sticker at the back of the box that provides the Motorola Moto Z2 IMEI Number.
Find out the IMEI or the International Mobile Station Equipment Identity Number via the Android system
- Turn on the Moto Z2 mobile phone first
- Go to Settings from the Home screen
- Then select on “Device Information”, and click on “Status”
- Once you’re in you will be seeing various data sections of your Motorola Moto Z2. One of them is the “IMEI”
Show IMEI or the International Mobile Station Equipment Identity Number via Service Code
For those that don’t have an amazing memory, we recommend that you write down the IMEI Number of your Motorola Moto Z2 after the purchase.