Want to track and Locate a lost or stolen Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9 Plus remotely? Then this piece is definitely for you.

Losing your phone is something I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. Let alone losing a phone as expensive as the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus. The money to replace such a device might not be readily available for everyone Depending on how financial buoyant you might be. Even at that, there is still an issue of the important files and other stuff you might have on the device.

Stolen Samsung Galaxy

This is why we have cloud backups, so in the event of your phone being stolen, damaged or lost. You only have to worry about the cost of getting a new phone and not the files on it as it is already on the cloud which you can get back on a new phone. Before you have a heart attack, let me just let you know that there is still a way to get back your lost or stolen Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 plus remotely.

There are two ways you can go about this, and these two are somewhat the same. The two are dependant on some factors like having an internet connection and access to location services.

How To Track & Locate Lost or Stolen Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus Remotely

First Method

In order to access your lost or stolen Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 plus using this first method, you will need a have the details to the Samsung account attached to the lost or stolen phone. The Samsung find my device features offers the following services:

  • Locate Device.
    – Wipe My Device.
  • Lock My Device.
  • Extend Battery Life.
  • Unlock My Device.
  • Retrieve Call Logs.
  • Set Guardians.
  • Ring My Device.

From the name of the features you can have an inclining of what they do. But for this article, we will be making use of just some. Now to Locate your device just follow the steps below.

  • First Head off to the Samsung Find My Mobile Website with any internet enabled device and Log in Using your Samsung Account Details.
  • Once you are Logged In, Everything you can do through the website is located on the right side of the screen.

  • If your Samsung S9 or S9 Plus is turned on and is connected to the internet with its location services turned on. Then you will immediately see the Location of the device on the screen.

  • If You want, then you can do any of the following I listed above: Like make it ring at full volume even if it is in silent. If the device is unlocked, you can lock it. You can also Wipe everything thing on the device if you have no hope of ever getting the device back.

Second Method

This second method has fewer features than the first and works with not just Samsung phones but with all Android-powered phones which the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus is. If you also forgot or simply did not Log in to your Samsung Account then do not worry because this method uses your Google account. There is no way you can use an Android phone with Logging into Google right?

The features of the Android Find My Devices includes:

  • Locate Device.
  • Ring My Device.
  • Lock My Device.
  • Wipe My Device.

You can also Customize your screen by putting a message to be displayed on the screen of the phone along with a number for the person with the phone or might find the phone to call you with. To do these follow the steps below:

  • Log In Using Your Google Details. (if you have More than one logged it, use the one on the google play store of the device)

  • Once you are Logged In, You should automatically see the Location of your lost or Stolen Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. (Depending on the one you are using) As long as the device is connected to the internet and has its location services turned on.

  • If you are in the vicinity but still can’t locate the device, you can Ring My Device and the phone will ring at full volume to help you locate it.

  • That’s how you Track and Locate a lost or stolen Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus Remotely.

    Conclusion

    Hope the methods above helped you locate your Android device. In order to keep your phone safe from Intruders in the event of a lost or stolen device. Make sure your device is locked with either password, Pattern or PIN on top of the Fingerprint lock if you use that.

    Also, make sure to backup your files frequently to the cloud so when it does happen, you can simply wipe your stolen device, get a new one and simply download your files back to the new phone.

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