We are coming to present the instructions, where you will find the method to check the Blacklist Status and you will be able to successfully report your device as LOST or STOLEN. Find out more information about Blacklist and type your unique IMEI number to find out if your device has been reported.
Just type your IMEI number to get all of the information about SAMSUNG S4 Blacklist:
Blacklist is a database with a list of devices that have been reported lost, stolen or the bills on it haven’t been paid. If the device is blacklisted, wireless carriers won't allow the device to connect to the network even if using a valid SIM card. Blacklisted devices are verifying by their 15-dight IMEI Number. Blacklist is used in many countries and shared on an international database via GSMA. We can be sure that the device blacklisted in the UK won’t be able to use it in any of the participating countries and conversely.
To find out the Blacklist Status, you need to know the unique IMEI number of the device that you wish to check. If you are looking for a used device to buy, the first thing that you should do is definitely Blacklist Status. Before the purchase asks a seller for IMEI number, if he is honest, you shouldn’t have any problems to get it. When you already own this 15-dight IMEI number, you are able to start the process of Blacklist checking.
Let's use the below tutorial to check how to check the Blacklist successfully:
If you wish to report your SAMSUNG S4 as a Lost or Stolen, you need to contact your operator or local police. You can also remove IMEI from Blacklist in the same way, report this to your operator with appropriate documents.
You may also report this action to our IMEI.info database to caution others before buying this device. Let's follow the instructions as we pass you above and choose Report Stolen/Lost Phone as you can see on the below picture.