How to Track and Control Samsung Galaxy Devices Remotely


Many times we keep our mobile devices somewhere and forget and then we search it by giving a miss call to that device. But if we lost it or stolen then this trick doesn’t work.

LocatMyMobile

LocatMyMobile

Well…you don’t need to worry anymore about getting your Samsung Galaxy device stolen or losing it because samsung provides a way to control devices remotely to its users through it SamsungDive service that too free of cost. The options that you get to control remotely are as follows :

RemoteControlOptions

RemoteControlOptions

Just follow the below steps :
Step 1: Check to see if you have one of the supported Samsung Galaxy devices. SamsungDive currently supports the Galaxy SII,Galaxy SIII, Galaxy Grand, Galaxy R, Galaxy W, Galaxy y, Galaxy y Pro, Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 8.9 and more…(It may change in the coming time, more devices can be added).
Step 2: Make sure you’ve registered for a Samsung account and that you’re logged into both your Samsung and Google accounts. To add a new Samsung account,go to Settings > Accounts and sync > Add account > Samsung account

Add Account

Add Account

Step 3: Enable “Remote controls” and allow Google to use location services. Go to

Settings > Location and security,

and make sure the boxes for “Use wireless networks” and “Remote controls” are checked.

Enable Remote

Enable Remote

Step 4: Go to to the SamsungDive Web site and log in with your Samsung account.

Step 5: To track and control your Galaxy device, click through each tab on the left and follow the instructions for each action.

Track

Track

Track and control your lost or stolen Samsung Galaxy device remotely.

And its done!!

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