Enable Remote unlock from the Settings via ADB (no root)



  • I am trying to enable the Setting "Remote unlock" from Samsung (in Settings -> Biometrics and security -> Find My Mobile -> Remote unlock) by using the adb.

    I could enable other settings like Bluetooth or WiFi by using some commands on the adb. Now, I am trying to figure out how to enable this "Remote unlock" by Samsung. I searched all the Android documents and references but couldn't find any solutions. I personally gave up and I don't believe this is even possible.

    I wrote adb shell settings put secure fmm_unlock_recovery 1 and it seems to work. The only problem is, my devices don't connect to the internet because of too many failed password attempts.

    Could someone tell me how or just if it's possible to enable it just by adb?



  • The following Setting-Parameters are for enabling "Find my Mobile":

    fmm_community_finding=1
    fmm_pub_tag_finding=0
    fmm_unknown_tag_alert=0
    fmm_unlock_recovery=1
    

    So by writing the following commands, you can enable the Samsung's Find My Mobile via adb:

    adb shell settings put secure fmm_community_finding 1
    adb shell settings put secure fmm_pub_tag_finding 0
    adb shell settings put secure fmm_unknown_tag_alert 0
    adb shell settings put secure fmm_unlock_recovery 1
    

    Keep in mind that you have to reboot "adb reboot" after writing these commands!




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