8484 IMEI SMS Responses Details . Users can get These 4 Responses (Explained)Published On:
Cells.pk is continuously updating you about PTA mobile phone blocking after 1st December 2018. All you need to do is simply verify or register your cell phone including (Tablets as well as all types of Mobile devices) latest by the given time span by PTA. In this article, you will learn about all 4 responses that you may receive from PTA on verification of your mobile device.
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Responses from PTA till 1st December 2018 (Phase 1 of DIRBS are explained below)
How to know your Device PTA IMEI Number:
The first step that you will need to follow to get your device’s PTA registration is to know your cell phone’s IMEI number and to do so, please follow the instructions given below:
- Dial *#06#
- You can also find your device IMEI number on the back of your device
- Note down your IMEI number
- In next step, send this IMEI number to 8484 (If you have a Dual-SIM phone, then you will need to send both IMEI numbers to 8484).
Complete Details of 8484 SMS Responses (with Pictures) that you may receive after sending your IMEI number to 8484
Basically, there are four (04) types of text messages that you may receive as a reply to your verification message to 8484. Here we have gathered complete details of all 4 responses with a quick guide on what to do afterwards.
1. Compliant IMEI:
This means that your cell phone is approved by PTA
No further action is required. Keep using your phone.
2. Non-Compliant IMEI:
This message indicates that the device IMEI number isn’t approved by PTA. Hence, the SIM which you are using will automatically be paired with the IMEI number of your cell phone. You will be able to use your device after 1st December 2018.
Your device IMEI will be paired with your SIM number. No further action is required. Just keep using your device.
3. Valid IMEI:
This text message response from PTA indicates that your device IMEI is valid but not approved by PTA.
Insert a local mobile network SIM in the mobile device that you don’t want to blocked after 1st December 2018 and do any commercial activity for instance; Make a Call (to anyone), Send SMS or use Internet on your device. PTA will mark your device as Compliant.
4. Stolen IMEI:
This message indicates that the IMEI number which you sent to 8484 is already reported as Stolen
This means that the device you purchase is reported as Stolen and no further action can be taken. It will be blocked after 1st December 2018.
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