Samsung’s Find My Mobile service, Samsung Galaxy phones, remotely locate or block devices with a backup copy of the save in the cloud and the data format, in addition to blocking access to Samsung’s Free “
Samsung smartphone users worldwide, an enigmatic message in the Samsung app ‘Find My Mobile’. The warning you just read is “1” and “1” in the lower right corner of the message was apparently received by servant users. However, you can tap on the notification, on nothing, and just close the notification tab. For those who don’t know, Samsung’s Find My Mobile service, Samsung Galaxy phones, remotely locate or block the device with a backup copy of your recording in the cloud, the data format and blocking access to Samsung Pay and it’s that’s why many users were concerned with the mysteries of notification.
However, several hours later, Samsung indicates that the message was sent in error during a single test. “Recently, a post about “Find My Mobile is a 1” was made on a limited number of Samsung Galaxy devices. This was sent to you in error, during a single test run, and has no effect on the device. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused to our customers “, it should be noted the official handling of Samsung on Twitter in the UK.
Recently, a post about “Find My Mobile is a 1” was made on a limited number of Samsung Galaxy devices. This was sent to you by mistake, during a single test, and has no effect on the device. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused our customers. ”^ LF
– Samsung is helping the UK (@SamsungHelpUK) The 20 of February of 2020
Samsung is not the first company to send mysterious messages to a wider audience. OnePlus in 2019 and accidentally sent a random text, in addition to Chinese characters, to the user, which, in turn, is an internal diagnostic test with a software update failure. Anyway, as it was a random mention during a single inspection, we recommend that you don’t have to worry about it.