In this guide, we will be teaching you how to track and locate lost Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Remotely. Just the thought of losing a smartphone is enough to give a mini heart attack not to talk of it actually happening. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with a 6.3inch screen and a Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 processor depending on the variant you get, is an all-round beast. It also has 6GB Of RAM and 64GB/128GB/256GB of internal storage with an additional space for an SD Card slot if you so wish.
Chances are, if you have this phone, especially the biggest storage option being the 256GB internal storage then you definitely have a whole lot of stuff on it, most likely important stuff. Now when your phone gets lost, it isn’t only your phone you will be worried about, it is also the important stuff you have on it which makes cutting your losses and getting a new phone not the first option to come to your mind.
The first option will be to do everything possible to track and hopefully Locate the lost Smartphone. Thankfully, there ways, actually two ways to do just that and we will be explaining in detail how to go about it in this guide.
How To Track And Locate Lost Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Remotely
Like I said, there are two ways to go about this, First is Samsung’s FindMyMobile Service which is available for all Samsung Smartphones. The second being Android FindMyDevice which available every Android device.
How To Track And Locate Lost Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Remotely Using Samsung FindMyMobile
Samsung’s FindMyMobile service is a good way to find your lost Samsung Galaxy device. Asides from being able to track the location of the device, you can write a message to be displayed at the screen of the phone, maybe a way to contact you just in case someone else sees the phone. You can make your phone ring out loud even if it is on silent and also wipe the phone if there is no hope of getting it back. However, to use this service, you must have a Samsung Account must be logged in to on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
- Head to Samsung’s FindMyMobile Website and Log in using your Samsung Account Details.
Immediately you Log In, you’ll be able to see the Location of your phone provided it’s Location services is turned on it is connected to the internet.
From here, you’ll be able to do everything available on the right side of the screen(If you’re on the Full Website) like Ring My Device, Wipe My Device, Lock My Device etc.
How To Track And Locate Lost Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Remotely Using Android FindMyDevice
Since the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is an Android device, it also qualifies for this service. This service offers almost the same feature as the Samsung FindMyMobile service. You can also use this option if you don’t have a Samsung Account or forgot to log in to your Samsung Account on the lost Samsung Galaxy Note 8. This process requires only your Google Account which you couldn’t have been using the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 device without logging in with the Google account.
- Head to the Android FindMyDevice Website and Log Using the Google Account Attached to the lost Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Select the device you would like to Locate and if that device Location service is turned on and Connected to the internet then you’ll be presented with its Location. If the device isn’t connected to the internet then you’ll see the last time it did and the location at which it did.
From here, you’ll also have the option to lock the device, write a message to display at the front of the screen or make the device ring out loud among other features.
That’s pretty much how to track and locate lost Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Remotely. Got questions? Be sure to ask us using the comment section down below.