Find My Mobile Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+

Underneath We’ll Get Into A Portion Of Arrangements on Find My Mobile Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+:


The Samsung Galaxy S9 makes it one stride further. The most extreme screen resolution on the Samsung Galaxy S9 is 2,960×1,440 pixels (otherwise called WQHD+). You have the freedom to modify the resolution of your phone screen, to preserve battery life. The screen resolution can be brought down to 1,480×720 pixels, which still falls under the HD classification.


The new Samsung Galaxy S9 device has not had any display upgrades from their predecessors. Your new Samsung Galaxy S9 will convey a similar edge to edge innovation with WQHD+ super AMOLED Infinity displays. The back panel has had a few changes made, be that as it may.


A finger sensor has been placed beneath the camera. The Samsung Galaxy S9 accompanies another Intelligent Scan Technology. It comprises of a bio-metric feature that makes utilization of your face and iris to open / unlock the phone. This should likewise be possible in testing lighting conditions like in entire haziness or even under serious daylight. This could turn out to be a distinct advantage of the smartphone.


The Find My Mobile service allows users to manage and control their missing device remotely using the Find My Mobile website.

Remote controls must be enabled to utilize the Find My Mobile service.

Location must be enabled for the device to be remotely located.

Network connection (Cellular and/or WiFi) is required to enable and disable Anti-Theft Protection on the device.


To register and activate the device for the Find My Mobile service (applies only to Samsung devices running Android 5.0 or less):


Ensure you’re signed in with your Samsung account.

To add a Samsung account, navigate: Apps > Settings > (Accounts) Add Account > Samsung account then follow the prompts.

From a Home screen, navigate: Apps Apps icon > Settings > Security.

Tap Remote controls.

Enter the Samsung account password then tap Confirm (located in the lower-right).

From the Introduction to remote controls screen, tap OK (located at the bottom).

Tap the Remote controls switch (located in the upper-right) to turn on.

Tap Google location service to enable then tap Agree from the Location consent prompt.

Enabled when a check mark is present.

Tap the Back icon Back button icon (located in the lower-right).

Tap Reactivation lock to enable or disable.

Enabled when a check mark is present.

Reactivation lock prevents the missing device from being reactivated.

The reactivation lock must be turned off before a warranty return.

From the Reactivation lock prompt, tap OK.

Enter the Samsung account password then tap Confirm (located in the lower-right).


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