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Topic # 90607 25-Sep-2011 16:43 Send private message

I've got a couple of samsung phone, a S-I9000, and a s2-I9100, I had not problem setting up the S2-I9100 with the mobile tracking, but getting the S-I9000 set up, can't seem to make it work.

Going to the samsungdive web site, it tells me to turn the mobile tracking on, on the phone, it is, other times it says that my location isn't supported which I know is rubbish because my S2-I9100 works if I log in to the web site with it.



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  Reply # 525575 25-Sep-2011 16:50 Send private message

I don't think it works due to location, but you could try Lookout instead
 https://www.mylookout.com/



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  Reply # 525576 25-Sep-2011 16:53 Send private message

it does, my S2-I9100 works just fine

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  Reply # 525579 25-Sep-2011 17:10 Send private message

I could never get Samsung Dive to work with my SGS due to location, so I use SeekDroid instead.




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  Reply # 525580 25-Sep-2011 17:15 Send private message

There must be more to it than the location, it looks like to me they are picking and choosing which of their phone will allow this service, even though the phone seems to support it.


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