All Chuwi-brand electronic devices have a way to see their serial number in the system settings.
The serial number is a unique number defined by each manufacturer and therefore each can follow its own numeric or alphanumeric system.
We provide you with the instructions to be able to see the serial number on an Chuwi VX2 and thus be able to check if it is a fake, check if it is still under warranty or know its date of manufacture.
Table of Contents:
Estimated time: 2 minutes.
1- First step:
We access the Chuwi VX2 settings, it should appear on the home screen, if you can't find it, slide to the left or up to find the icon of a gear wheel. Click to access.
2- Second step:
We go down through the Chuwi VX2 settings to the bottom, we will find a section called "About device", click to continue.
3- Third step:
Once inside the device information section, scroll down until you find the section called "Model and hardware", click on this section to access.
4- Fourth step:
Within the "Model and hardware" section of the Chuwi VX2 we can see a lot of useful information about our device such as the operating system version, model number and the data we are looking for: the serial number.
If you do not have access to the Chuwi VX2, either because it is locked or because you have lost it or it has been stolen and you have not been able to see the serial number with this method read on to see the other options available to you.
You can look at the back of your Chuwi VX2, some manufacturers include the serial number on the back of the device in the format: S/N: XXXXXXXXXXXXX.
Do you keep the box of your Chuwi VX2? In this case you will find the serial number, model number and IMEI/MEID code in the barcode on the back of the box.
A third very simple method to see the serial number of your VX2 is the same as to obtain the IMEI code; Dial the sequence *#06# on the calling application keypad.
When you dial *#06#, your VX2 will show you the serial number on the screen, making it easy to access without having to navigate through settings or look for labels on the device box. This feature is especially useful in situations where you need to provide the serial number quickly, such as when contacting technical support or when reporting theft to authorities.
Remember that it is important to keep the serial number in a safe place or write it down, as it may be necessary in various circumstances. With this simple shortcut, you can access this vital information in seconds.