Originally Posted by BarryH_GEG
It still shows up in my Samsung Account because the new owner never reregistered it for FMM. But I can't track it because FMM isn't enabled on the device and get this error response.
I get the same for all minus 1 (which I sold to a friend and enabled it for her) of my past Samsung devices. Very few people seem aware of it (and/or use it) and that it is a much superior solution (at the moment, at least) to the Google one.
I have been using it since my Galaxy S (when it was called Mobile Tracker IIRC) about 3 years ago and it already was a very good and complete solution.
All this talk and interest around Google ADM is kind of like when Apple "invents" things which have long existed (and are usually much more superior/powerful/complete than their "revolutionary" take on the exact same thing...) and suddendly everybody discover it LOL (and BTW, I am impatiently waiting for Apple to invent fingerprint readers on smartphones with their upcoming iPhone5S, you know like the Motorola Atrix for example, so that the average ignorant moron discovers it and start to demand/expect it, it gets mainstream and I can get it on the Note IV LMAO)
Don't get me wrong, I do appreciate that Google is natively introducing the feature to Android and I am sure it will get much better and most probably preferable, eventually, to proprietary and OEM solutions but I don't get all these "oh's" and "ah's"... (not talking about this thread specifically but more generally about the so called "tech" media and the forums in general)
Samsung Galaxy Note II (N7100) - from Germany (DBT), carrier-free, titanium gray, 16 GB - stock JB XXDME6 + CF-Auto-Root
Nexus 7 2013 - Wi-Fi 32GB - stock KitKat 4.4.2 + ElementalX kernel 2.3, unlocked and rooted thanks to Wug's Nexus Root Toolkit v1.7.9