Track and Locate Lost Galaxy Note 20 Remotely

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As you already know Samsung just announced Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. First thing you would notice in these new phones is the appearance, they actually look pretty similar to Note 10. The ultra is the bigger device it comes with 6.9″ edge Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity-O screen with 120 Hz refresh rate. Whereas, the regular Note 20 has a 6.7″ flat FHD+ Super AMOLED+ screen. Both are pretty big phones, but that is what we expect from Galaxy Note devices. The ultra has a curved display, whereas the Note 20 has a flat-screen. I would personally prefer the flat panel. If the future devices come with a flat panel, I would be quite happy about that. In this guide, we will talk about how to track and locate lost Galaxy Note 20. If you lost it somewhere or its stolen, even if just put it somewhere and can’t find it.

The Note 20 comes in 3 colors, namely Mystic Green, Mystic Bronze and Mystic Gray. whereas, Note 20 Ultra can be bought in Mystic Black, Mystic White and Mystic Bronze. I am personally very pissed at Samsung for not releasing Note 20 Ultra in Mystic Green as that color is dope.

Samsung has worked really hard on the cameras of Note 20 series. The regular model has three cameras, a 12 MP ultra-wide-angle, a 12 MP wide-angle and a 64 MP Telephoto Camera. The Note 20 Ultra has two 12 MP cameras, a telephoto and an ultra-wide and a 108 MP Wide-Angle Camera. Along with that, it has a Laser AF sensor for autofocus. Talking about the software side, Samsung has introduced a number of new and cool features for the cameras. Namely Hyperlapse, Super Slow Motion, etc.

Guide to Locate Lost Galaxy Note 20 Remotely:

There are two remote services that can be used to locate lost or stolen Samsung Galaxy phones. One is from Android and the other one is from Samsung itself. We will go through both of the services to explore each feature in detail. I hope one of the services works out for you to find the lost Note 20.

Guide on how to use Samsung Find my Mobile to locate lost Note 20 remotely:

Samsung Find my Mobile is a service by Samsung for its high-end smartphones. It allows you to not only track your Note 20. You can also perform a number of other operations remotely. There’s one catch though, you must be signed in to your Samsung phone with your Samsung account in order to make use of this service.

Samsung find my mobile allows you to perform following operations remotely:

  1. Track, locate and pinpoint the location of your Note 20 on maps accurately.
  2. Unlock your phone remotely.
  3. Recover call logs etc.
  4. Delete all the data present in your phone.
  5. Lock your phone with a user-specified password.
  6. Turn on battery saver mode.
  7. Make your phone ring at the highest volume even if it is silent.

In order to make use of your Samsung Find my Mobile to locate lost Note 20 follow the steps below:

  1. First of all, navigate to Samsung Find my Mobile website on your phone or any device that is connected to the internet.
  2. Log in using your Samsung Credentials.
  3. If you cannot remember the password of your Samsung account, you can reset the password and set a new one.
  4. Once you are logged in, you will see the location of your phone on maps.

There are some limitations though. If your phone is not connected to the internet and its location services are turned off. You won’t be able to see its live location on the map but the last online location. Also, in the settings, the option to locate your phone remotely should be enabled for this service to work.

If this method wasn’t useful to access, track and locate lost Note 20 move on to the next one which uses Android built-in service for the same purpose.

Guide to use Android Find my Device to Locate Lost Note 20 Remotely:

Alright, so another service of Android that can be used to locate stolen or lost Android phones. Its a service by Google/Android itself. It uses the same credentials, that you use to signup your phone on Google Play Store. It allows you to perform a number of features on your Note 20 Remotely. Namely, track locate and display the current location of your lost Note 20 on Google Maps. Erase all the data present in your phone remotely, make your phone ring at the highest volume and put a user-specified lock on your phone.

In order to use Android Find my Device to locate the stolen or lost Note 20 follow the steps below:
  1. You will need a smartphone or a laptop with an internet connection. You can either download the Android Find my Device App from Google Play Store or Apple’s AppStore or you can use the website to locate your lost Note 20.
  2. Login on Android Find my Device Website using your Gmail account, the same email that you used to sign-in on the Google Play Store or other Google services.
  3. Once you are logged in, you will see all the operations that you can perform on your phone remotely.
  4. You will see the location of your Note 20 on Google Map.
  5. You can also make it ring at its highest volume when you are close enough to locate it.

That’s all, I hope this guide helped you to locate lost Note 20. I understand that both these methods have some limitations. Whereas, if your phone is stolen by someone, the first thing they do is turn it off. So the owner can not locate them. These services require that your lost Note 20 is connected to the internet and its location services are on. These limitations make it difficult for the recovery of the phone.

If you fail to recover your phone and locate it. You are advised to erase the personal data present in it. So no stranger has access to your personal information, pictures and bank details etc. It can be very critical losing a smartphone these days. As all the information, memories and even credit card details are saved in them. Make sure you always have your phone password or pattern protected.

If you have any questions or queries about locating lose Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra. Feel free to drop a comment below or reach us on our social networks. We will try our best to help you out.

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