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How To Check Your Own Mobile number

How To Check Your Own Mobile number

Do you own a Dual SIM mobile phone? and remembering the number of Secondary SIM is difficult or are you on a recharge shop and don't have a single rupee to anyhow check your number then you are at right place.

Check Your Own Mobile number

Today we will tell you about How to check your own Mobile Number by simply just dialing a code.

Table of Contents:

  • Method 1 – Check your Own Mobile Number from mobile settings
  • Method 2- Check your own mobile number using USSD Codes ~ Only for Indian Mobile users

Check your Own Mobile Number from mobile settings


For this you would need to have registered SIM card in your mobile phone and the number which you are in search that number’s SIM card must be in your device. Then only you will get your SIM number.

For iPhone

  • Open  Settings 
  • Scroll down and open Phone option.
  • The very first box will display you your number. As you can see in the above picture.

For Android Phone’s

  • Open Settings.
  • Scroll down at bottom and select About device.
  • Now, select Status.
  • Go to SIM card status.
  • There you will find your phone number.

For Windows Phones

  • Open the Phone app.
  • Tap on the three dot icon in the bottom corner.
  • Now select Settings.
  • In the first box of the page your number will appear.

Check your own mobile number using USSD Codes


This is guide is not basically a trick, the USSD codes are legal and provided by the Network providers themselves, The main moto behind creating this post is to help users who Don't remember their mobile numbers. So all you need to do is just save the USSD Code in your contacts list and use whenever you want to check your Mobile number.

How to Check My Own Mobile number in Tata Docomo, Idea, Airtel, Vodafone, Aircel, Uninor, Reliance, MTNL, Videocon, Bsnl for free By Dialing A Code Number

As the Codes are different for Every state so try each and every code and see which one works for you . For example For me in West Bengal(INDIA) IDEA responded by Dialing *1#.

Okay Now lets Start with the guide

How to check My mobile number in Airtel


To Know your own airtel number dial the codes given below

*121*9# | *282# | *140*1600# | *140*175# | *141*123# | *400*2*1*10#

The *121*9# code is Personally tested by me, As i already said that every State has different USSD code so please check which one works for You.

How to check My mobile number in Idea


To Check your own idea Mobile number dial below ussd Codes

*789# | *147*8*2# | *147*1*3# | *147*2*4# | *100# | *131*1# | *125*9# | *147# | *131# | *1# | *616*6#

The *1# code is personally tested by me, You can use any of the above code to check.

How to check My mobile number in Reliance


To Check your own reliance mobile number dial below ussd Codes

*111# | *1#

The *1# code is personally tested by me, You can use any of the above code to check.

How to check My mobile number in Vodafone


To Know your own vodafone mobile number dial the codes given below

*111*2# | *555# | *555*0# | *777*0# | *131*0#

You can use any of the above code to check.

How to check My mobile number in BSNL


To Check your own BSNL mobile number dial below ussd Codes

*1# | *99# | *222#

You can use any of the above code to check.

How to check My mobile number in Aircel


To Know your own aircel mobile number dial below ussd Codes

*234*4# | *122*131# | *131# | *1# | *888#

You can use any of the above code to check.

How to check My mobile number in TATA DOCOMO


To Know your own tata Docomo mobile number dial the codes given below

*580# | *1# | *124# | *888#

You can use any of the above code to check.

How to check My mobile number in Videocon


To Know your own Videocon mobile number dial the codes given below

*1#

You can use any of the above code to check.

How to check My mobile number in Uninor


To Know your own Uninor mobile number dial the codes given below

*555# | *1#

You can use any of the above code to check.

How to check My mobile number in MTNL


To Know your own MTNL mobile number dial the codes given below

*8888#

You can use any of the above code to check.
These are the most used mobile networks in India, if you know any other network Then please let us know we will update the guide with that.
So this was our guide on How to check my own mobile number in TataDocomo, Idea, Airtel, Vodafone, Aircel, Uninor, Reliance, MTNL, Videocon, Bsnl for free By Dialling A Code Number.
How to Copy Java Mobile Contacts in Android

How to Copy Java Mobile Contacts in Android

This is a tip for Java phone users who has s40 or s60 versions, and who has now upgraded their mobile to android and who want to copy the contacts to the android phones.

Transfer contacts from Java to Android

The trouble is nokia files does not automatically finds place in contacts in android phones, as otherwise, you either enabled mobile data . This is costing something, as this converts and show the contacts and once you close this also closes.

There may be many ways. But I find this way easy and useful and does not need mobile data to be enabled to access these contacts. Sometimes, it costs and the amount is deducted from your mobile provider, cutting the cost from your mobile rent balance.

As android wants the format as video card file type, if you just copy the contacts to the memory card by using the backup and sync in settings menu, then when you insert this memory card to access the contacts, you get the error, no vcf format files found or words to the effect.

Please see this link. It gives useful tips to how to workaround to get the contacts to your Samsung phones, without enabling wifi,mobile data or gps.

Backup your contacts from Nokia S40 Series (Java Phones)
• Make sure you have enough space in the Memory Card then follow these steps
• Go to Menu and click on setting.
• Scroll down to “Sync & Backup” and click it.
• Locate “Create Backup” and click it. You will receive an alert warning you not to remove the card during backup process.
• Select the items to backup (Settings, Contacts, Messages etc) . In this case, contacts and click “done” at the lower right corner of the screen.
• After the back up has completed, remove the memory card

Backup your contacts from Nokia S60 Series (Symbia Phones)
• Go to your contacts list and “Mark All”
• Go to option and Click “Create Backup”
• Also do not remove the memory card or switch off your phone during the process.
• After completing it, remove the memory card and insert it into your Samsung Phone.
• When you see the memory card you only find a backup.000 folder and it wont open in nokia or Samsung phones.
• combine vcf file to a single file, easy steps .nbf file already contains vcf files.

convert nokia backup file to vcf file
all you need to do is
1- change file > run > type "cmd"
2-brows to directory extension from .nbf to .zip
2- extract zipped file and brows folders till find the "contacts" folder and you'll find vcf files inside it one file for each contact

combine all vcf files to single file
1- open start menu (folder) that contains vcf files using cd command
ex: vcf files in path c:\folde\folder
then you type cd c:\folder\folder
3- type copy *.vcf allcontacts.vcf then press enter
4-now you've a new file called allcontacts.vcf combine all vcf files *
• You just copy this file in your memory card
• You insert this memory card and then do the following steps
NOTE:
make sure
BEGIN:VCARD
END:VCARD
doesn't have any prefix special characters like
??END:VCARD
to know that open file in notepad and remove these characters
Follow up steps:
• Import all the contacts into your Samsung Galaxy Phone
• Go to your contact list and click on “Option”
• Click Export/Import
• Select the source of contacts (SD Memory Card) and wait while the phone searches through the memory card to detect all the contacts in the memory.
• Select mode of transfer (Definitely, All Contacts) and click Ok
• Select your Target , SIM, Wait for the phone to import all the contacts from the card.\
• Now you have got all the contacts in mobile . If prompts, some thing could not be copied , just proceed with yes when copying the file to Samsung sim.

I already tested this process on Micromax, Samsung, Sony, Lenovo and much more phones.
HOW TO REMOVE MICRO SD MEMORY CARD PASSWORD

HOW TO REMOVE MICRO SD MEMORY CARD PASSWORD

Do you want to remove your memory card password ? if are you not known i will tell you how to remove MICRO SD Memory Card Password.

REMOVE MICRO SD MEMORY CARD PASSWORD

MICRO SD Memory Card Password Recovery or Removing


Solution 1:
For Symbian Mobiles:
1. Download and Install Fexplorer.
2. Insert your card into your phone, without accessing it through the phone
3. Run FExplorer and Open the path C:\system
4. Find the file called mmcstore, and rename it mmcstore.txt
5. Copy that file (mmcstore.txt) to your PC and open it in Notepad
6. Your password will be located within that file.

Solution 2:
For Symbian Mobiles:
1. Download and Instal-X-Plore.
2. Now open the X-Plore and press Zero(0) then check you have marked the
"Show the System Files".
3. After you done the above step now go to the file:
C:/Sys/Data/Mmcstore
4. If you found the above path then press the option "3" to set the Hex-Viewer.
5. Now look the third column you can see the code like ! TMSD02G (c ??"? x???3?3?3?3?3)
Now see the characters between '?' because it is your password 33333.
6. You mayn't able to access the path file:
C:/Sys/Data/Mmcstore
if you don't set the password for the memory card.

Solution 3:
For Micro SD:
Put the card in any E series mobile or N95 etc and format it.
It will not ask for a password.

Solution 4:
1. Go to file manager on your mobile
2. In Settings choose system folders,
3. In the System folder, find a file called mmc store
4. Send the file to your PC using IR/Bluetooth
5. Open the file in Notepad
6. The password you need for your memory card is located within that file.

So this was our guide on HOW TO REMOVE MICRO SD MEMORY CARD PASSWORD, I hope the methods given above helped you in Removing MICRO SD Memory Card Password.