|You Can Now Check if Your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Has Risks of Explosion|
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery issue sparked some major controversy and concern over the safety of the users, as well as Samsung’s position in the market due to its repercussions. On the other hand, the South Korean tech giant has been hard at work to alleviate the situation and put its customers’ minds at ease. Now, if you’ve been wondering if the Galaxy Note 7 that you have is safe, you can now check online.
Samsung is making the process quite easy, too. The only thing you have to do is visit Samsung’s official website for checking your Galaxy Note 7 by clicking here, and then enter your handset’s IMEI code into the text box on the page.
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If you’re not familiar with locating your IMEI code, it’s pretty simple. It is already printed on the box of your handset. Now, if you managed to lose it somewhere and you just can’t find it, you can simply head to your handset’s settings page, then go to the About device section, status, then IMEI information. If that doesn’t work for you, try launching your dialer and input “*#06#” on it, and that should produce the IMEI code.
That should be easy enough, and it should give you a quick rundown if your phone is safe from risks of explosion.