Galaxy S10 Plus: Retrieve Numbers from Calls and Messages

While Androids had access to Google’s Find My Device feature for many years, you might not know about Samsung’s service called Find my Mobile. I think that it’s time to change that and reconsider your options for the future. Locating your lost phone is the first and most important feature found to Find my Mobile. Yes, the service that I am telling you about can locate any one of your Samsung devices that you have registered to your Samsung account.

And you can do so much more than just keeping tabs on your lost or missing S10 Plus device. Find My Mobile basically allows you to manage your device in a secure way by tracking and controlling your device remotely. This means that you can also back up data stored on the device to Samsung Cloud, lock the screen, block access to Samsung Pay, or even delete all your data if you know that you’ll never get back the handset.

To these, let’s add the option to retrieve numbers from calls and messages. Yes, you’ve heard it right. Find my Mobile will show you the last 50 numbers that your handset has made or received, for calls and messages. This might be an important step into taking it back, so I can only encourage you to continue to the procedure.

So, here we are going to explore this possibility at greater length and offer you just another solution if you ever lose your handset and want to get it back:

How to Retrieve Numbers from Calls and Messages on your S10 Plus Device:

  1. First of all, you must go to the Samsung Find My Mobile website;
  2. Enter your Account information;
  3. After doing that, you have to tap Sign In;
  4. Then, on the Find My Mobile page, click Retrieve calls/messages;
  5. Click Retrieve;
  6. At this point, the last 50 numbers will display on your Galaxy S10 Plus screen. I can only hope they’ll provide some useful information to you.

Have you apllied these steps? If you have any questions, just let me know.

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