If you own a Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus, this article will show you how to locate the IMEI of your Galaxy S20. The IMEI number allows the phone to be identified correctly and is why it is so important. It’s a good idea to keep track of the IMEI number for your Samsung Galaxy S20 if you don’t possess a large memory. This will enable you to prove ownership of the phone in the unlikely event that it is stolen or lost.
An IMEI, or International Mobile Station Equipment Identity, is a unique number used to identify each device. GSM networks use the IMEI to check if devices have been registered and if they are legal. T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon all require you to complete an IMEI check. This will confirm that the Galaxy S20 can be used. This three-step process will provide the IMEI numbers for your Samsung Galaxy S20.
Check out the Android system to find the IMEI.
You will need to turn on the Galaxy S20 first in order to locate the Samsung Galaxy S20 IMEI. Once you are on the home screen, open the phone settings. Click on “Device information” then click on the “Status” button. This will display various information about the Samsung Galaxy S20. One of these information entries is “IMEI”. You are now viewing your IMEI serial numbers.
You can also find the IMEI numbers on the Samsung Galaxy S20 by grabbing the original box. The sticker at the bottom of the box will contain the Samsung Galaxy S20 IMEI number.
Send IMEI via code
You can find the IMEI number of your Galaxy S20 by using a service key. You will need to turn on the phone and open the app. Enter the following code in your dialer keypad.