If we remember some time ago when the Blackberry smartphone holds the majority of the market share in Indonesia. We (mostly) already know how to check the IMEI number on any phone. Well on Android there is also such a code, but remains hidden on the default page of each smartphone and can only be viewed by entering a special code such as the one on the phone's features.
Importance of knowing the Device ID
Aside from being a serial number or identifier, the Device ID on an Android smartphone is also used as an identification number so that we can download the APK file to your PC with ease through the chrome extension (read: How to Download the APK file from Playstore to PC). Before we can download from Playstore via PC, we will be asked to enter the Device ID first.
How to Know the Device ID on Your Android Phone
Here we will give you 2 ways to find out the Device ID on a smartphone/tablet android that apply to almost all types of Android that now exists in the market as follows.
1. By using the code: This is the easiest and simple to do, do not need to install the application or whatever, we just need to enter the following code in the calling features: *#06# or *#*#8255#*#*
As shown above, will appear when we have pressed the entire code *#06# or *#*#8255#*#*. If there is no problem GTalk Service Monitor will appear instantly and shows various information on your android device, including the Device ID we are talking about. It worked on almost all brands and types of Android that exist today, but if you think this does not work we can still use the second way.
If you use the *#06# you will only get the IMEI number of your phone.
2. Install "Device ID" Applications: If the first way does not work you can still check the Device ID by using an application that is dedicated to bringing all the information stored on your Android device, including the Device ID. ": Relax, this application does not take you because the storage memory is a very light application of approximately 40KB.
Pictured above is the download page Device ID is available in Playstore, you can download Device ID's here. How to use it is also very easy you just need to install this application and open it as usual, and all data (including the device ID) on your smartphone will appear. Excess use application Device ID, we will know much more detail as well as the Google Services Framework Key ID, IMEI, IMSI, SIM Card Serial, WiFi MAC Address, and also Ethernet MAC Address.
Protect your personal information
While knowing the Device ID (16 digits) of your Android smartphone can be helpful in certain situations, it's important to take precautions to protect your personal information. When using the Settings app or Dial Pad to find your Device ID, make sure that you are in a secure location and that no one is looking over your shoulder. Additionally, be wary of any third-party apps or websites that request your Device ID, as this information can be used for malicious purposes.
It's also important to note that sharing your Device ID with others can put your device and personal information at risk. Scammers may use your Device ID to impersonate you or access your sensitive data. Therefore, it's best to keep your Device ID private and only share it with trusted individuals or companies when necessary.
Knowing the Device ID of your Android smartphone can be useful in various situations, such as when contacting technical support or unlocking your phone. However, it's important to take precautions and be aware of the potential risks involved in order to protect your personal information. By following the methods outlined in this article and keeping your Device ID private, you can safely access and use your Android smartphone without compromising your security.
A straightforward process
In conclusion, finding the Device ID (16 digits) of your Android smartphone can be a straightforward process using either the Settings app, Dial Pad, or Android Debug Bridge (ADB). However, it's important to take precautions and be mindful of the potential risks involved in sharing your Device ID with others. By following the methods outlined in this article and being vigilant about protecting your personal information, you can confidently access and use your Android smartphone whenever you need it.
Hopefully, this information is useful for those of you who are looking for ways to determine the Device ID on a smartphone/tablet you things. If you want to share this article with your friends, please share via the social media applications that share is below. Thank you!
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