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Saturday, June 11, 2011

How to find your UDID number (iOS devices)?

Your UDID number can be found in many ways:

A) If you have still device UDID you are searching:

1. Connect your device to computer and open iTunes. Click on your device in left column under header “devices”. Open bookmark “Summary” of your device (in line under menu of iTunes, it’s first one. You should see over there “serial number”. If you click on it then it will change to your UDID number.

2. Open Tap Fish app in your device. Go into Menu->about Tap Fish->Feedback. It will close your app and bring you in to writing an email. Your UDID number will be already included in body of this email. You could copy it from there.

3. You can download one of multiple free apps from AppStore, which show you, and let you copy your UDID number. (example: UDID app by Sean White )

B) If you don't have your device anymore but you did connect it at least once to iTunes on computer.

UDID is 40 digit long. In this case we are going to search folder with such name. And it's only way to find your UDID if your device got broken or stolen.

1. On Mac you can find it here:


2. On Windows you can find it here:


where USER is a user name you are using on your computer. Windows keep these folders hidden, you might need to turn on "show hidden files" in your settings.

If there is more folders in this directory, then check what UDIDs have your other devices - if you have more devices, or check which one is fresher - if you had some other devices back uped to this computer before one you searching at the moment, usually newest folder would be device you searching for.

C) It's completely impossible to get your UDID number if you haven't your device or you never back up it to iTunes on computer (or if this computer get stolen with your device). :(

You should always keep your UDID number somewhere safe and far from your device. Then in case your device would be stolen (or broken) you will be able to get back your game if you wasn’t have backup on iTunes.

Remember that you should do backup of your device to iTunes on computer very often (then you will don’t need to worry about your UDID or safety of your data). If you don’t know how, read this: How to backup iOS device to iTunes

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