The IMEI number is short for International Mobile Station Equipment. This IMEI number can be found on any Samsung Note 8, and it is specific for every Note device. These numbers on your smartphone are used for validating your device, determining that the Note device you own is legitimate. There are a few steps you can take to see if your Samsung Note 8 or Note 9 is a valid smartphone.
These steps are including validating with AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint and by T-Mobile with the use of IMEI check. If your IMEI number is on the blacklist, you will not be able to connect your Samsung Note 8 or Note 9.
If you decided to buy a new Samsung Note 8 or Note 9, don’t forget to check the IMEI number of the device you are purchasing, to see if that specific device is not stolen or in some cases invalid. Checking the device for an IMEI number is quite an easy and simple process that can save you money if you make sure that the device is valid.
The status for AT&T, Sprint and Verizon can variable on the IMEI check number for Samsung Note 9 and Note 8, depending on the difference among careers. The information about your device as the data, the brand, the design, the model, and much more, will be available for you when you put your device’s IMEI on a required website.