About to buy a second hand Samsung device? First check its DNA. See if it’s in warranty, has Google FRP activated, ID its network, get accurate manufacturing information and assess its simlock status, before you commit. Just by typing in one number. Put your IMEI into the box above to find out.
Fast, accurate, comprehensive and confidential, IMEI Phone Check delivers peace of mind to anyone thinking of buying a second hand Samsung. From simlock status to age, warranty and network info, get an insight into your potential new phone’s past life.
Our report also looks to see if Google FRP is activated on the device. Knowing this, could be the difference between having a phone you can use and one you can’t.
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Want to find out more about our Samsung check? Get answers to some common queries below.
Google FRP (factory reset protection) is a built-in security feature which is auto-enabled on Android 5.0 and above devices using a Google account. Once enabled, only the device’s registered Google account ID and password can be used to factory reset and activate the device. It’s designed to prevent unauthorised people from using a device that may have been lost or stolen. Whether it’s on or off could be the difference between having a phone you can use and one you can’t.
If the ‘Google FRP’ feature is enabled on your second hand Samsung phone you won’t be able to log in using your own Google account.
All Samsung models are supported by our IMEI check.
A mobile network is a wireless service provider that supplies connectivity services to mobile phone and tablet subscribers. It’s the company you pay for your phone usage.
The data we use comes directly from Samsung’s official servers. This means it’s as accurate and detailed as you can get.
IMEI Phone Checker can establish the warranty status of Samsung phones. It can also detail how long the warranty is valid for and in what county.
An IMEI or International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number is a 15-digit number that’s unique to all GSM (Global System for Mobile) mobile phones and smartphones.
GSM or Global System for Mobile is the international standard for mobile telecommunications. If your device uses a SIM card, it’s likely to be a GSM phone. All GSM phones have an IMEI number.
There are three options.