In what has all the earmarks of being a slip-up by the Korean OEM, Samsung clients around the globe are accepting an abnormal pop-up message from Samsung’s Find My Mobile application. As a few clients have revealed, the warning just peruses “1” with another “1” beneath it and vanishes when tapped on.
A couple of hours after individuals began detailing the issue, Samsung recognized that the message was accidentally sent during an interior test.
Recently, a notification about “Find My Mobile 1” occurred on a limited number of Galaxy devices. This was sent unintentionally during an internal test and there is no effect on your device. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused our customers. ^LF
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Aside from the most recent Samsung gadgets like the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Z Flip, clients with Galaxy S, Galaxy An, and Galaxy J arrangement cell phones have additionally detailed that they got a comparable pop-up message.
Skirt’s manager Dieter Bohn likewise got the notice on his Galaxy Z Flip, which he is right now utilizing during the time spent testing for audit.
Here are a portion of the client responses:
For the individuals who don’t have the foggiest idea about, Samsung’s Find My Mobile Service Similar to Google’s Find My Device application permits clients to discover their telephone in the event that they lose it.
This isn’t the first run through an OEM conveyed peculiar warnings to a wide crowd. A comparable episode happened to OnePlus a year ago, where clients got distorted content and Chinese characters in what ended up being a bombed inward test for a product update.