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Samsung sends mysterious notification on their smartphones. Here’s the explanation

Samsung’s smartphone owners have begun receiving a notification in the past few days that has really puzzled them. This one showed only the number “1”, and the brand has already made it public.

As you can see from the example below, the notification is part of the ‘Find My Mobile’ present on the brand’s devices. Even if you try to pressure it, the truth is that nothing will happen.

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Speaking to the South Korean website Yonhap News, Samsung has already clarified that it was all an internal test that went wrong. It was the company itself to ensure that pressing this notification has no effect.

The buzz started on social media this Thursday after several Galaxy series users started receiving the mysterious notification. This is because Find My Mobile is not supposed to send notifications spontaneously, but only when you are looking for your smartphone.

Samsung Spain added that this notification was sent when tests were performed on the servers, and that it has no effect on the terminals or on your privacy.

Today, a Find My Mobile notification has appeared on certain devices #Galaxy. This notification has been sent for error messages if hacked on servers. There is no effective endpoint, no privacy. We feel the troubles caused?

– Samsung España (@SamsungEspana) February 20, 2020

If you have a Samsung and you have received this notification, you can rest assured that the security of your device is not at stake. Even so, the first ones to receive the notification, will not have got rid of a big scare.

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