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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Lock Remotely Using Samsung Dive

If you already have Samsung account, then you can use it to download or purchase application through Samsung Apps. You can also use this account to find and track your lost or stolen phone by utilizing Samsung Dive.

See also: How to Find and Track Your Lost Samsung Galaxy S3 Using Samsung Dive

In addition to find and track location of your Galaxy SIII, you can use Samsung Dive to lock your phone remotely. This of course will help you to prevent unauthorized person to access your phone and secure your phone data.

How to lock your phone remotely using Samsung Dive?
Before you can do this, make sure you have a Samsung account that will you use to login to Here are the steps to lock your phone:
  1. Open web browser by clicking the web browser icon on your PC.
  2. In a web browser, go to
  3. Click Sign In button.
  4. Click E-mail field then type your email address associated with your Samsung account.
  5. Click Password field then type your password.
  6. Click Sign In button.
  7. Click Lock My Mobile option in the left side of the screen.
  8. Here you can send the message to your phone that will be displayed on your phone's screen lock. Ensure you tick the checkbox next to the option "The following message will be displayed on your phone".
  9. Tick the checkbox next to option to enter a mobile number then enter your phone number that can be called from the locked phone. This number is also used to send notification message when the SIM card on your phone is changed.
  10. Set your new Unlock PIN to unlock your phone. As a note this PIN is temporary and only used by the Find My Mobile service.
  11. Tap Lock button to lock your phone remotely.
  12. Now your phone will be locked and displayed message and contact number you've just entered.

By knowing on how to lock your Galaxy SIII remotely using Samsung Dive, now you can secure your phone data if your phone was lost or stolen. So, hope this helps :)


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