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How to find your Wi-Fi or Bluetooth address

A Wi-Fi or Bluetooth address is a unique 12 digit identifier that is also commonly called a MAC (Media Access Control) address or network name:

e.g. 01-23-45-67-89-ab or 01:23:45:67:89:ab

A MAC address is unique to your device and is stored in your device's networking hardware by the device manufacturer. It allows your device to connect to Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or other wireless networks.

Smart Phones and Tablets

Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch

  • Go to Settings > General > About.
  • The Wi-Fi MAC is displayed in the field labeled "Wi-Fi Address" and the Bluetooth MAC is labeled "Bluetooth."

Tip: Once you've found your MAC address, double-tap it to select it. Then, tap copy. Tap again in the opt-out field to paste.

Android Phone or Tablet

  • Go to Menu > Settings > Wireless & Networks.
  • Check the box marked Wi-Fi to ensure that wireless is turned on.
  • Go to Back > About Phone or About Tablet > Hardware Information.
  • The Wi-Fi MAC and the Bluetooth MAC are displayed here.

Blackberry Phone or Tablet

Wi-Fi Address for OS 4.5-5.0:

  • Go to Options > Status.
  • The Wi-Fi MAC is located in the field labeled "WLAN MAC."

Wi-Fi Address for OS 6.0-7.1:

  • Go to Setup > Options > Device > Device and Status Information.
  • The Wi-Fi MAC is located in the field labeled "WLAN MAC."

Bluetooth Address for all OS:

  • Go to Connections >Bluetooth > Properties.
  • The Bluetooth MAC is located here.

Windows Phone or Tablet

Wi-Fi Address:

  • Make sure your Wi-Fi is enabled.
  • Go to Start > Settings > Connections > Wireless LAN > Advanced.
  • The MAC address is displayed in the "MAC" field.

Bluetooth Address:

  • Go to Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth > Accessibility.
  • The Bluetooth MAC is listed as "Address."