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Erase Data Remotely from Lost or Stolen Samsung Galaxy S9

Whenever you lost your phone or if it get stolen, the most important thing you think about the data in it and how will the person who has the possession of the your phone. With this guide you will learn how to erase data from lost or stolen Galaxy S9 remotely. Galaxy S9 is a very beautifully crafted flagship model from the Korean giants. Samsung has done a great job especially when it come to camera. The Galaxy S9 has first class hardware. It has a great design. The infinity display adds to the magnificence of this smartphone. Galaxy S9’s senior sibling, the Galaxy S9 Plus accompanies a double camera setup which is significantly more ground-breaking than the Galaxy S9.

The smartphones have turned into our daily life’s necessity. We depend excessively on our mobile phones. All of our information is put away inside these new gen smartphones. The information that we store in our smartphones requires high security too. Now and again, the information in our phones is extremely valuable, so the cell phones itself doesn’t make a difference. Thus, Samsung ships their Galaxy smartphone with its Find My Mobile and Android Manager services. Indeed, even Google currently makes the Android Device Manager dynamic as a matter of course.

Erase Data Remotely from Lost or Stolen Galaxy S9

 

If you are one those unlucky ones who has lost their Samsung Galaxy S9 or it has been stolen. Then erasing all the data is best you can do. We have written a complete guide on how to erase the date from your lost or stolen Galaxy S9 remotely. When you first turn on your phone, S9 asks for Google and Samsung account with will help you in erasing your data.

How To Erase Data From Lost Or Stolen Galaxy S9 Remotely

Follow the step-by-step guide below to erase the data remotely.

Step 1 – First you have to open the Find My Mobile services from Samsung in you web browser and login using your same Samsung account that you used in Galaxy S9.

Step 2 – When you login to Find My Phone, it will show you the map. If the map in empty, then you can go to the Switch Map button to check the last or current location of your phone.

Step 3 – On the right side of your browser’s screen, you will see three options:

  • Ring My Device
  • Lock My Device
  • Wipe My Device

Step 4 – You can try ringing your phone to check if it’s nearby. If not then lock your device. When you are sure that your phone is lost or stolen, then you can use Wipe My Device option to clear all the data from your phone.

You have now cleared all the data from your Samsung Galaxy S9. If you have any questions regarding this, just drop a comment below.

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