Samsung Galaxy S7: How To Find IMEI Serial Number
It’s important for you know what the IMEI of your Samsung Galaxy S7 is, as this number is a serial number that will allow the smartphone to be identified correctly. For those that don’t have an amazing memory, it’s recommended that you write down the IMEI of your Samsung Galaxy S7 after the purchase. This will allow you to prove that you own the smartphone in case the Galaxy S7 gets stolen and you want to retrieve it back.
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The IMEI or International Mobile Station Equipment Identity is a unique number for each device to identify it. The IMEI number is used by GSM networks to check if devices are valid and the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge is not stolen or blacklisted. Completing an IMEI number check for Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile will make sure that Galaxy S7 is usable. The IMEI number of your Samsung Galaxy S7 can be found with these three methods:
Find out the IMEI via the Android system
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To find the Samsung Galaxy S7 IMEI from the phone itself, you need to first turn on the Galaxy S7. Then once you have gotten to the home screen, go to the phone settings. Then select on “Device Information”, and click on “Status”. Here you can see various information entries of your Samsung Galaxy S7. One of them is “IMEI”. You’re now seeing your IMEI serial number.IMEI on packaging
Another method to find the IMEI number on the Samsung Galaxy S7 is to grab the original box of the smartphone. Here you can find a sticker on the back of the box that will provide you with the Samsung Galaxy S7 IMEI number.
Show IMEI via service code
The final way you can locate the IMEI number on your Galaxy S7 is by using a service code. To do this, you need to first turn on the smartphone and go to the phone app. Once there, type in the following code in the dialer keypad: *#06#