Samsung inadvertently sends out ‘Find My Mobile’ push notification to Galaxy phones around the world

Samsung inadvertently sends out ‘Find My Mobile’ push notification to Galaxy phones around the world

Samsung UK has affirmed that the push notification was sent to a “limited” arrangement of gadgets incorrectly.

Samsung Galaxy cell phone proprietors overall are announcing that they got a weird “Find My Mobile” push notification.

The notification just has the number “1” and disappears when a client taps on it.

It would seem that the notification may have been sent out accidentally, like how OnePlus sent out confused push notifications to OnePlus 7 Pro proprietors a year ago.

As per a Samsung Care Ambassador, it was a test on the organization’s conclusion to “assure services are working.”

Notwithstanding Samsung’s most recent gadgets, for example, the Galaxy Z Flip and the Galaxy Note 10 series, a few clients with Galaxy S, Galaxy A, and Galaxy J series phones have gotten a similar push notification.

Abnormally, clients who don’t have Samsung’s “Find My Mobile” application on their phone likewise guarantee to have gotten the push notification.

Like Google’s Find My Device application, Samsung’s Find My Mobile application permits clients to discover their phone on the off chance that they lose it.

Notwithstanding remotely finding people’s lost Galaxy phones, they can likewise lock the screen, block access to Samsung Pay, and back up information stored on the gadget utilizing the application.

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