It is very easy to Track Lost Android Phone IMEI Number. Have you lost your phone. Don’t have your IMEI noted down. Don’t worry still there is a simply way to Track Lost Android Phone IMEI Number.
Probably you might have lost your android phone. When you want to give police complaint, they must ask your phones IMEI number. Because police can track your mobile with IMEI number. If you did not lose your mobile, then you can check your mobile phones IMEI by following my earlier guide how to find IMEI number on any phone. If you lost phone, just follow this article. Even if you use mobile security products like Norton mobile security you can not find your lost mobiles IMEI. Only below method will work. Mobile security products will work only to track and lock your mobile.
How to Track Lost Android Phone IMEI Number
Every android mobile phone is associated with your Gmail account. You might have logged in to your Gmail account in your Android phone. So you can track IMEI with the help of Google account.
Visit Google dashboard. You will see login screen.
Type your Gmail password and Sign in. Now you will see Google Dashboard shows that in below screenshot. Scroll down up to Android section. Here you will see number of devices associated with your Gmail account. That means, if you had logged in to your Gmail account in many devices, you will see all devices.
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Click on Android. You will see all your mobiles, its model number, carrier details and IMEI number. First one is the IMEI number.
Just copy this IMEI number and give it in police station. When your phone is switched on, police will track your mobile.
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