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Find My Samsung Galaxy Note 8 That Is Lost/Stolen

Find My Samsung Galaxy Note 8 That Is Lost/Stolen

Do you need to find a lost or stolen Samsung Note 8? If you do, you can use some of the services that came with your Note 8 to locate it. This feature won’t always work in 100% of circumstances, but it often does work.

There are many different options out there for finding lost or stolen devices, but it’s likely that you’ll need to use the Android Device Manager or the Samsung Find My Phone feature. You’ll need to follow the guide provided below to learn how you can use one of these services to find your phone.

Your smartphone could have been stolen, or you could have accidentally left it somewhere. In most cases, it’s likely that somebody may have picked it up, so if you’re stuck for answers, you could contact the local police department just in case they have your device. Hopefully, you’ll be able to use one of the features below to find your Note 8 instead.


Quick Tips to find lost Samsung Note 8

There are a number of different methods for you to use, so make sure to use the option that best suits you. Before choosing an option, make sure to read all of the information that we have provided below.

  • Unfortunately, you’ll need to have the right tools installed on your device for this to work. You’ll need tools like Android Device Manager and Lookout. In most cases, Android Device Manager is installed by default.
  • You can use apps like AirDroid to remotely access any information you may need to recover, but once again this will only work if you had the app installed before you lost your phone.


Find Your Lost Samsung Note 8

The best thing to try is to go to your PC and use the Android Device Manager website. Make sure to sign into the device that’s connected to your Samsung Note 8. Once you’re logged in, you’ll have options to contact your device. You can find the GPS location, or use some tools to send a message to it. If it’s lost in your home, use the call function to send it a call to help you find it.

The GPS location will be the best feature for finding it if it has been lost or stolen outside. It’s important to note that the device will need to be connected to the internet and have battery for this feature to work. If you can’t get it to work on the first try, try again in a few hours.


Loud Ring Mode To Find Samsung 6

Like mentioned above, you can use the loud ring mode on Android Device Manager to make your phone ring. This is very useful if you’ve misplaced your phone in your home and you can’t find it. You’ll need to download the Android Device Manager app from the Google Play Store to make the most of this service.


Using Android Device Manager To Find Samsung Note 8

The Android Device Manager software has been available since 2013 and most devices have it available by default. Unfortunately, you may need to enable the feature for it to work properly. If you can’t find your phone, you can prevent it happening again by enabling it on your next phone. To enable the feature, go to Settings, then Security and Screen Lock. After that, go to Device Administrators.

You can now find the Android Device Manager option. You can tap on that to enable it.


Using Lookout

An alternative to Android Device Manager is Lookout. This is a third party app that offers the same GPS location features as Android Device Manager. Lookout also comes with a number of other security features to keep your device safe.


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David Williams

Sep 4, 2017

I am a true junkie for everything tech. My current arsenal includes an Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, iPhone Xs, Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Chromebook, iMac, and Dell XPS 13.

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