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Identify a Genuine/Original Versus a Fake/Cloned Samsung Galaxy Phone

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Can I use the IMEI to find the correct MAC?

I'm pretty sure the Tablet is authentic, but the MAC has been changed. Why would this be done?

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The IMEI code will only verify whether your Tablet is genuine or a fake. The IMEI number also know as The International Mobile Equipment Identity is a number unique to every device, which can be displayed by dialing the *#06# in your dial pad. You can verify this code on the IMEI website, which can be accessed from every web browser.

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A MAC address, also known as 'Media Access Control' address, can be found in your Android Tablet settings. The two are not related, and your MAC address does not ever change, because it is a hardware setting unique to your device. However, it is possible that you have changed networks, in which case the network device you are connecting to may have a different MAC address, again, unique to each network device.

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To find your MAC address, follow the steps below on your Android Tablet:

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    On your home screen, touch the 'Apps' icon.
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    Go to the device 'Settings'.
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    Turn on your WiFi.
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    Now on the 'Settings' main menu, tap on the 'About Device' option.
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    Select 'Status'.
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    You should now be able to see the 'WiFi MAC address'.
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My daughter has an I phone 6 she had logged into a but hub I have the IMEI number but require the mac address of the but hub, is that possible?

IMEI number I have I require the mac code. I have tried: Nothing yet. I think it was caused by: My ex-girlfriend's mac address and not being able to locate my daughter's phone I've tried accessing the hub from my sky but only shows connected devices

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About a phone that it is 100 percent genuine and authorized?

I want to know all the possible ways to decide of a phone being genuine and perfect.

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Trying to find info about a mini iPad that was stolen?

All the paperwork was stolen with it as it new and in the bag. I think I know who has it. If I can locate a MAC or the IMEI from Apple, is there a way to see it on their home or cell network? Just trying to find my property in a different way. I have tried: Police, useless unless you have a video of the person stealing your property. I think it was caused by: A disturbed ex wife broke into my house and stole about in the property.

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