Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Find my Galaxy S9 or find my mobile feature is helpful to track and locate lost Samsung S9 and S9 plus devices. Follow the below-given tutorial to enable and use find my mobile on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus Oreo. You can reset pattern lock and also keep your S9 data safe if your Samsung phone lost or stolen S9+. In galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus find my mobile settings, you can enable remote controls, Google location service and send the last location to track lost galaxy S9 & S9 plus.
To use find my mobile feature, make sure you have a Samsung account. To find my Samsung phone lost, you need to turn location on in your galaxy devices. Let see step by step process to enable and use find my mobile on galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.
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How to Use Find My Samsung S9 to Find Lost or Stolen Samsung S9 Plus Phone
Check out a below-given method to find a lost or stolen Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus and S9 using find my mobile Samsung app and Android device manager.
Use find my mobile Locate lost Samsung S9, S9 plus
Step 1: Go to settings or swipe down the notification panel and tap on the Settings gear icon.
Step 2: Tap on Lock screen and security or Biometrics & security in One UI 2.0.
Step 3: Tap on Find my mobile under the security section.
Here you can see below given three options. It will locate and control your phone remotely if it’s lost or you forget how to unlock it.
Remote controls: Locate and control your galaxy S9 & S9 plus remotely using Samsung account if lost or forgot pattern lock galaxy S9.
Google location services: Turn on Google location services in galaxy S9 plus to allow the Google location services to provide more accurate S9 information about the location of your S9 device.
Send the last location: Allow your S9 to send the last location to find my mobile when the battery falls lower in your device.
In the latest Android Oreo devices, there are three ways to locate lost android devices including Find my device, Web and Google app. To track and locate lost Samsung S9 & S9 plus, make sure to enable location in your devices. Different Android devices have slightly different settings to enable find my device.
Alos use below the given setting on your Samsung Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, S8, S8 Plus, S7, S7 Edge, Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e, Note 10, Note 10 plus, etc.
Step 1: Open Samsung find my mobile on your device or PC.
Step 2: Sign in with your Samsung Account, if not created, create a new Samsung account.
Step 3: After login, you can see your device list with available options that will use to locate a galaxy S9 & S9 plus.
Step 4: Make sure turned on your phone location to track & locate galaxy S9 and S9 plus
Enable Remote unlock and Send the last location on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus One UI 2.0 running Android 10
In the latest Samsung One UI 2.0 device, you’ll enable below given two useful features to find my mobile.
It will use to unlock your phone in case you forget your PIN, Pattern, or Password. This method will be securely stored your lock screen password. It also allows you to control a lost phone remotely, even when it’s locked.
Settings > Biometrics & security > Find my Mobile > Toggle on Remote unlock
Send last location:
Allow your phone to send its last location to find my mobile server when the battery falls below a certain level.
Settings > Biometrics & security > Find my Mobile > Toggle on Send last location
How to turn on find my device in android Oreo 8.1 & 8.0
Step 1: Go to settings in your android Oreo.
Step 2: Tap on security and location.
Step 3: Tap on Find my device under the security status section.
Step 4: Enable/disable find my device in android Oreo.
And that’s it. I hope this tutorial helpful to enable and use find my mobile on galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. Have you ever lost your android phone? If you have known other tricks to locate lost Samsung galaxy devices, share with us in below comment section.