Samsung Dive questioning and answering via users

There has been many times when I have misplaced my keys or smartphone but luckily this has only happened at home so far, but with modern technology on Smartphones there is help at hand when things go wrong, and today we are looking at the Samsung Dive feature with questioning and answering via users.

Modern smartphones have become so sophisticated these days that as users we store a vast range of personal information on them, and if this handset is then lost or stolen it becomes even more of an inconvenience as well as a security risk. The Samsung Dive service will help users by seeing where you last used the device, and if need be wipe the handset of all your personal information or lock the device.

Users have to first register or activate the service by signing into a Samsung account via their handset, and then activating the service. It is then essential that users then switch on the Mobile Tracker service which will then enable the locating, locking, or wiping of the handset.

Want we wanted to know here on Phones Review if any of our readers have actually used the Samsung Dive service for any reason, and what they thought of it. Did the service help you to relocate your handset after it had been stolen or misplaced, and did you go on to wipe the personal information stored on your smartphone?

If you have a Samsung handset the instructions on how to get the service up and running can be found here, or to sign into the service click here.

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4 thoughts on “Samsung Dive questioning and answering via users”

  1. Reply
    SDFD says:

    MY ONLY WORRY WITH SAMSUNG DIVE IS AS SOON AS I TRY TRUCKING MY PHONE, AN ICON APPEARS ON TOP OF THE DISPLAY SCREEN ALERTING THE THIEF THAT THE PHONE IS BEING TRACKED. HE IS ABLE TO STOP THE TRACKING BY CLEARING THE ICON. THIS RENDERS THE WHOLE IDEA AN USABLE. YOU ARE PRACTICALLY GIVING THE THIEF TOOLS TO AVOID TRACKING.

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      Trev says:

      But surely Mr. Thief cannot do anything about it if you have locked the display with a password or pattern?

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    Sibi says:

    It will be better if the ringing cannot be stopped unless the tracker stops the ringing….and if you put some alarming tone as ring tone will be much better…

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    nats says:

    Hey, I got a question, if someone can help, my s3 was stolen new years 2013, and I have Samsung dive activated, the phones WiFi hasn’t been switched on, but my Samsung dive has told me that my sim card has been changed, and gave me the number, I have contacted the police, still waiting for an answer, my question is does anybody know if I had to put my number in a new s3 as the insurance will give, if that isn’t going to lose my tracker on my stolen phone, as the sim worked of Samsung dive, and I have been tracking it everyday..scared using my number on a s3 and than losing my stolen phones info…can someone help me?or advice?

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