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Find My iPhone ON/OFF Activation Lock Check

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Find My iPhone ON/OFF Activation Lock Check

Find My iPhone ON/OFF Activation Lock Check Via IMEI Service report will display the following details about your device:

  • Find My iPhone: OFFDetails :

    If ON it requires that you enter an Apple ID and password in order to bypass the device’s lock screen. A device with Activation Lock requires the owner’s login information even if it’s erased or reactivated.

Simply wait for confirmation email from us and get the full iDevice report, no complicated software.

This service is NOT an iPhone Unlock. It is intended to find out what network carrier the device is locked to.

  • Please type your 15-digit IMEI number (dial *#06#) or see reverse of iPhone/iPad.
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Find My iPhone ON/OFF Activation Lock Check

There are two very important things to verify when ordering a IMEI simlock network carrier check:

The lock status of your iPhone :

  • unlocked: false – your iPhone is locked
  • unlocked: true – your iPhone is unlocked

The next tether policy of your iPhone :

  • nextTetherPolicyDetails: Unlock – that means your iPhone is unlocked, even if the lock status is “unlocked: false” – that means it is unlocked but has yet to be connected to iTunes.
  • nextTetherPolicyDetails: AT&T USA (for example) – if it shows a specific operator here, that means your phone is locked, in this case to AT&T USA operator.

Here are different scenario’s that can occur while ordering a GSX Check: Examples:

1. Your iPhone is unlocked and already connected to iTunes (unbricked):

  •     serialNumber: T3113MXXXXX
  •     partDescription: IPHONE 4 16GB BLACK
  •     imeiNumber: 0126490002XXXXX
  •     initialActivationPolicyDetails: UK Hutchison.
  •     initialActivationPolicyID: 303
  •     unlocked: true
  •     unlockDate: 07/03/14
  •     warrantyStatus: Out of Warranty (No Coverage)
  •     coverageStartDate:
  •     coverageEndDate:
  •     daysRemaining: 0
  •     PurchaseDate: 07/06/11
  •     purchase Country: United Kingdom
  •     registrationDate: 07/06/11
  •     productDescription: iPhone 4
  •     nextTetherPolicyID: 303
  •     nextTetherPolicyDetails:UK Hutchison.
  •     appliedActivationPolicyID:303
  •     appliedActivationDetails:UK Hutchison.
  •     unbricked: true
  •     firstUnbrickDate: 08/06/11
  •     lastUnbrickDate: 07/03/14
  •     meid: iccID: 894705951311190XXXXX
  •     productVersion: 7.0.6
  •     macAddress: D89E3FXXXXX

2. Your iPhone is unlocked but has yet to be connected to iTunes (not yet unbricked):

  •     serialNumber: F2LLTCYXXXXX
  •     partDescription: IPHONE 5S 16GB SILVER
  •     imeiNumber: 0138480023XXXXX
  •     initialActivationPolicyDetails: US AT& T Reseller.
  •     initialActivationPolicyID: 147
  •     unlocked: false
  •     unlockDate:
  •     warrantyStatus: Apple Limited Warranty coverage
  •     StartDate: 04/01/14
  •     coverageEndDate: 03/01/15
  •     daysRemaining: 303
  •     PurchaseDate: 04/01/14
  •     purchaseCountry: United States
  •     registrationDate:
  •     productDescription: iPhone 5S
  •     nextTetherPolicyID: 10
  •     nextTetherPolicyDetails: Unlock.
  •     appliedActivationPolicyID: appliedActivationDetails:
  •     unbricked: false
  •     firstUnbrickDate:
  •     lastUnbrickDate:
  •     meid:
  •     iccID:
  •     productVersion:
  •     macAddress: B418D13XXXXX
  •     bluetoothMacAddress: B4:18: D1: XX: XX:

3. Your iPhone is locked (to UK TMobile Orange in this example):

  •     serialNumber: F2NKMNMXXXXX
  •     partDescription: IPHONE 5 16GB BLACK
  •     imeiNumber: 0136290024XXXXX
  •     initialActivationPolicyDetails: UK TMobile Orange.
  •     initialActivationPolicyID: 302
  •     unlocked: false
  •     unlockDate:
  •     warrantyStatus: Apple Limited Warranty
  •     coverageStartDate: 31/05/13
  •     coverageEndDate: 30/05/14
  •     daysRemaining: 85
  •     PurchaseDate: 31/05/13
  •     purchaseCountry: United Kingdom
  •     registrationDate: 31/05/13
  •     productDescription: iPhone 5
  •     nextTetherPolicyID: 302
  •     nextTetherPolicyDetails:UK TMobile Orange.
  •     appliedActivationPolicyID:302
  •     appliedActivationDetails:UK TMobile Orange.
  •     unbricked: true
  •     firstUnbrickDate: 31/05/13
  •     lastUnbrickDate: 31/05/13
  •     meid:
  •     iccID: 89443027716635XXXXX
  •     productVersion: 7.0.6
  •     macAddress: 881FA1CXXXXX
  •     bluetoothMacAddress: 88:1F: A1:C1: XX: XX

Apple IMEI Check : How To Find The IMEI Number code

The IMEI code number for your mobile phone acts as a unique identifier for that device. No two devices have the same IMEI. Its a very useful tool for tracking lost or stolen cell phones.

Using your iPhone you can retrieve the IMEI/MEID number on virtually any phone by dialing in the universal code. Dial *#06#.  Typically will not need to press the Call or Send button, as the IMEI/MEID number will appear as soon as you finish dialing the code.

  • Open the Settings app. This can be found on your iPhone's Home screen. This step works for any iPhone or cellular iPad.

How To Find The IMEI Code using iPhone 5

Look at the back of your iPhone 5 or original iPhone. The iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, and the original iPhone have the IMEI number engraved on the back of the phone, near the bottom. If you need the MEID number, take the same number but ignore the last digit (IMEI is 15 digits, MEID is 14 digits).

  • GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile use IMEI numbers. CDMA networks such as Sprint, Verizon, and US Cellular use MEID numbers.

How To Find The IMEI Code using iPhone 3 or iPhone 4

Check the SIM card tray of your iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, or 4s. For details on removing the SIM card tray for your specific model check out this guide. Your IMEI/MEID number is printed on the tray. If you are on a CDMA network (Verizon, Sprint, US Cellular), both codes will be printed as one. To determine the MEID number, ignore the last digit.

Find the IMEI using iTunes

If your iPhone won't turn on, you can connect it to your computer and use iTunes to retrieve the IMEI number.

  • Plug your iPhone into your computer and open iTunes.
  • Select your iPhone from the Device menu in the upper-right corner of iTunes and then click the Summary tab.
  • Click the "Phone Number" entry next to the image of your iPhone. This will cycle through the ID numbers for your device.
  • Copy the IMEI number. If both are displayed, check what carrier you use to see which number you need. GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile use IMEI numbers. CDMA networks such as Sprint, Verizon, and US Cellular use MEID numbers.

See our full 'IMEI - How-to Guide' for all you need to know about your iPhone's IMEI number.