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Home FAQ Find UDID of Your iPhone Device Using iTunes  
 
 
Find UDID of Your iPhone Device Using iTunes
1. Launch iTunes and connect your iPhone.
2. In the right pane, locate the information about your iPhone, including its name, capacity, softw are version, serial   number, and phone number.
3. Reveal the Identifier by clicking on Serial Number:. Copy the Identifier to your clipboard by choosing Edit ? Copy.
Another way to find UDID of iPhone/ipad
On the Mac, open System Profiler: Apple Menu -> About This Mac -> More Info -> System Report -> USB -> iPhone -> Serial Number. Click on serial number, you will see your UDID.
On Windows, Control Panel -> Hardware and Sound ? Device Manager -> Portable Devices -> Apple iPhone -> (right click) Properties -> Details Tab -> Property Drop Down -> Device Instance Path (mid-way in the list).
The value will be a backslash-delimited path like USB\VID_xxx&PID_yyy\zzz ... where xxx/yyy/zzz are Hexadecimal numbers. The "zzz" value is your UDID.

Find UDID of iphone/ipad on Windows
1. Using a USB cable connect your iPad to any Windows computer.
2. IMPORTANT: in the following steps DO NOT modify anything, as changing the registry might break your Windows installation.
3. Start Regedit (e.g. by clicking on the Start button, and typing “RegEdit” in the search field)
4. Navigate to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB (it’s basically a folder structure)
5. You will see all USB devices in there — find the one that’s your iPad. It might say “Apple iPad”, in my case it had a cryptic name, so   I had to open all sub folders under “USB”. However on the level below there’s already a folder with a 40-character string and by   selecting that it says “Friendly Name” = “Apple iPad”.
6. Copy (DO NOT MODIFY) that name (e.g. right clicking and selecting “Copy Key Name”). When you paste it in a text editor, the UDID   is the last 40 characters.
 
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