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Topic # 160132 25-Dec-2014 01:23
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Santa purchased a couple of motorolas for xmas. Same phone in theory but in practice slightly different packaging for some reason and date of manufacture a few months apart. Need some way to check there is no difference. Tried http://www.imei.info/ but that reports incorrect basic stuff like memory so obviously not trustworthy.

Are there better sources for detailed phone info based on serial?

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  Reply # 1203526 25-Dec-2014 08:43
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imei.info is using TAC 6, it's old and useless now. You can check your IMEI number at https://imeidata.net
Or can check your Motorola warranty information: https://imeidata.net/warranty/motorola
It might help.

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  Reply # 1203601 25-Dec-2014 12:38
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Hmm. That site provided less information than the one I linked.

There is an official lookup here (under don't know) but I get no results for my IMEI's for some reason. https://motorola-global-portal.custhelp.com/


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