Still you can try at myaccount.
This may work and is worth a try. Then he won't be able to do much with your phone Unless you rooted it.
He, probably knows that it won't work, and might have never tried resetting it. If he didn't know that and he did a reset, he will be asked to login to YOUR Google account to continue using it.
There is also a possibility that the phone was never stolen Nov 24, 5 0 Thanks, is there anyway to prevent the factory reset of an adroid device? Hadron Smoke me a kipper You're fine.
Samsung's Find My Mobile feature is here to help. It's free, and if you signed into your Samsung account when you first set up the phone, then it's already set up. Let's assume you still have the phone to hand. Instead of waiting for something unfortunate to happen, take a few minutes right now to ensure Find My Mobile is enabled and setup on your Galaxy phone or tablet.
Indeed, Google already offers a similar app for all Android devices, and there's nothing wrong with it, but Samsung's service for its own devices gives you more functionality. Note: Not all carriers support Find My Mobile.
It may even already be installed. If you signed into your Samsung account during initial setup, like I said, odds are Find My Mobile is already turned on.
Check on your device by searching for Find My Mobile in the Settings app. If prompted, sign into your Samsung account to enable the feature. Locate my device. Lock my screen.
Ring my device. Back up data. Don't Panic! Unlock your screen even if you've forgotten your password Even if you have forgotten the screen lock code for your device e.
How to use Find simple ways to use 'Find My Mobile'. Setting it up Open Step 01 Go to Settings. Step 01 Go to Settings. Step 03 Go to 'Find My Mobile'.
Step 04 Tap Switch On. Step 05 Enter your Samsung account details.