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Samsung Exynos devices: Remove Lost mode

This document created at Aug 2, 2023, 11:01:41 AM and modified at Sep 12, 2023, 11:21:29 AM.

Samsung devices have a security setting called Lost mode, where the device gets locked - this configuration can be set remotely with Samsung Find My Mobile or SmartThings Find. In this article we will discuss how to remove Lost mode from Samsung devices.

Find My Mobile - or as most recently called, SmartThings Find - is a useful set of features to find Samsung Galaxy devices. If a device cannot be found, the owner may have an option to remotely lock the device, perform backup or data wipe or track its location. If the device gets locked - often called as Samsung Lost Mode - that means the device becomes unusable and only the owner should be able to unlock it.

Chimera Tool can help you remove the Lost Mode setting from the device. First, put the device in EUB mode by shorting the test point pins on the device. If you don't know how to put your phone into EUB mode, visit our Test Point collection here: Once done, Chimera will recognize the device and the next steps will run in Exynos mode.

After that, click on the Remove Lost Mode button on the General tab. Shortly after, the procedure would be finished successfully.

Chimera Tool - Remove Lost ModeDisconnect the device from your computer, reconnect the battery and power on the device. The device will boot up - now you can go through the setup wizard and the device is ready to be used. Please note that during the procedure user data may be erased from the device.

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