Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Ring Remotely Using Samsung Dive

So many advantages that you can get when you have a Samsung account, one of them is you can use this account to login to and utilize many services inside it, such as lock your lost or stolen phone remotely through this site.

See also: How to Lock Samsung Galaxy S3 Remotely Using Samsung Dive

One more thing you can do while you login in Samsung Dive site is you can ring your phone and following it with certain message. Your phone will ring for 1 minute with the highest volume, regardless whether you're phone was set to vibrate or silent.

How to ring your phone remotely using Samsung Dive?
Here are the steps you need to do:
  1. Open web browser by clicking the web browser icon on your computer's desktop.
  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 Ring My Mobile option in the left side of the screen.
  8. Here you can type message that will be send to your lost or stolen phone. Ensure you tick the checkbox next to the option "The following message will be displayed with the ring of the bell".
  9. Click Ring button to ring your phone remotely.
  10. Now your phone will ring for 1 minute and displaying the message you've just created.

Knowing how to ring your phone using Samsung Dive of course will help you to find your phone, especially if you forget your phone's location. So, hope this helps :)

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