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We have already discussed, in our earlier articles, what an IMEI number is?, how to check IMEI validity and find valid IMEI number for iPhone and other cellphones. In case you missed them, head over to this link . In this article we are going to deal with the procedure (only for Indian cellphone users) for finding/recovering lost or stolen mobile phone using IMEI number .

It doesn’t matter whether a mobile phone is expensive or not, it always hurts to lose one because in addition to losing the mobile phone you also loose the important contacts and data present in it. So if your lost or stolen mobile phone really matters for you then here’s how you can find/recover lost or stolen Mobile phone using IMEI number .

If you have lost your mobile or it has been stolen then here is a very simple and effective way to get it back. Simply send an e-mail to [email protected] with the following info.

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We have already discussed, in our earlier articles, what an IMEI number is?, how to check IMEI validity and find valid IMEI number for iPhone and other cellphones. In case you missed them, head over to this link . In this article we are going to deal with the procedure (only for Indian cellphone users) for finding/recovering lost or stolen mobile phone using IMEI number .

It doesn’t matter whether a mobile phone is expensive or not, it always hurts to lose one because in addition to losing the mobile phone you also loose the important contacts and data present in it. So if your lost or stolen mobile phone really matters for you then here’s how you can find/recover lost or stolen Mobile phone using IMEI number .

If you have lost your mobile or it has been stolen then here is a very simple and effective way to get it back. Simply send an e-mail to [email protected] with the following info.

International Mobile Equipment Identity or IMEI number is a unique number for every GSM, WCDMA and iDEN mobile phone as well as some satellite phones. We have already covered some important IMEI aspects on VirginTech , like how to check IMEI validity , how to find a valid IMEI number and how to find iPhone IMEI number. If you’ve not gone through them earlier, I would recommend you to take a minute to go through them.

Mobile phones have a IMEI number associated with them which you must note down at some secret location. The point that makes these IMEI numbers very important is that with the help of IMEI number you can impose a ban on your stolen or lost mobile phone.

If you have IMEI no of your stolen phone then report it to your local operator to block the device. This makes your network provider to put your phone’s IMEI no in a shared database called as an  Equipment Identity Register (EIR) which reduces the threats of theft of handsets by enabling individual operators to prevent the use of stolen handsets in their own network.

The South Korean electronics giant on Friday said that because of a problem with the Galaxy Note 7 battery it would halt sales of the new device around the world. It's also recalling and replacing those phones already sold.

The company's flagship device has been on sale for just two weeks. Samsung said Friday that it has sold 2.5 million of the phones worldwide to date.

The recall comes at a critical time for Samsung, as Apple prepares to unveil its latest iPhone on Sept. 7. If the battery problem persists, it could threaten the momentum Samsung has enjoyed over the last few months, fueled by the success of the Galaxy S7 . With the well-received launch of the Note 7 last month and the Gear S3 smartwatch at the IFA trade show this week, Samsung was starting to get its swagger back.