The IMEI of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus is a serial number that lets your device to be uniquely identified.
If you happen to forget things quickly, it is recommended to write down your IMEI of Galaxy S8 right after you buy it. This lets you show that you own the phone just in case the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus gets lost or stolen and you want to get it back.
The International Mobile Station Equipment, or IMEI, Identity is a unique number specific to a designated smartphone. GSM network use the IMEI number to validate if the smartphone is not blacklisted or if they smartphone is either banned or stolen.
If you do an IMEI number check for Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint, it makes sure that the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus does not have faults. You can locate the IMEI number of your smartphone using a variety of methods.
Using the Android system
To find your Samsung Galaxy S8 IMEI using the Android system, you must to first turn ON the Galaxy S8.
Go to the Settings from your Home Screen. Then, click on “Device Information” and click on “Status”. You will then notice a lot information listings of the Galaxy S8 like your IMEI.
Using the packaging bag
An alternate way to check for the IMEI number of Samsung Galaxy S8 is to view the back of the purchase box of your smartphone. There should be a sticker on the back that shows the Galaxy S8 IMEI number.
Using the service code
A separate method to find the IMEI number of Galaxy S8 is to use the service code. To make sure of this, you must first turn your Galaxy S8 on and navigate to the Dialer App. After that, enter *#06# in the keypad.