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My Mobile device is "Galaxy s5570-mini", I want to secure it if it's lost -God forbidden- so I signed up in Samsungdive.com with my Gmail account then I have to add "Setting>Accounts and Sync>Add account>samsung account" in my mobile but I can't find this option !! what's wrong?? any thing is missed ?

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Samsungdive.com has nothing to with the "Accounts and Sync" options. Samsung Dive consists of a background App (called uTrack), an Website (samsungdive.com) and an Login/Password, which allows you to remotely locate, lock and/or wipe some Samsung devices.

To pair your device with the Samsung DIVE, enter your login data under

Settings -> Location and Security -> uTrack

(Not sure if this is true for the Galaxy Mini, but that's where the setting is on the SGS)

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Thanks Mr.Flow for your help :), but still can't find a way since two days of searching :'(....I can't find the option you mentioned.Then should I use an app would do the same ? –  wisdom Jan 28 '12 at 13:31
    
Well, not every Samsung device has uTrack/DIVE support. I am not sure about the Galaxy Mini. But there are alternatives in the market. See this question –  Flow Jan 28 '12 at 13:35
    
But as you notice they described that it's available for these devices included mine :("v2.samsungdive.com/help/guideRemoteControlsClear.do#"; –  wisdom Jan 28 '12 at 13:45
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FYI on my SGS (UK Gingerbread) it's under Settings -> Location and Security -> Mobile Tracker unfortunately I'm pretty sure that it's also possible that your network, or or your regional Samsung may not distribute it. –  GAThrawn Jan 28 '12 at 15:15
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I tried entering a password into the mobile tracker.

When I did this, the window came up.

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If you are unable to get it working Cerberus would be a very good alternative.

I use it, and it is flawless.

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