1. AC Question's Avatar
    Unfortunately I do not have a lock on it. It was a galaxy s6 edge plus. What can do to get them it my new phone.
    01-25-2016 01:41 PM
  2. SpookDroid's Avatar
    Unless you backed up the pictures to a cloud service (Google Photos, Dropbox, One Drive, Samsung account, etc.), unfortunately there's no way to remotely retrieve media or files remotely from a phone unless you run an app that allows this. Since the phone in question was stolen, I doubt that's an option.

    Even if you had remote controls turned on in your phone, all you could do remotely is find its location, make it ring, lock the device (or unlock it), and wipe it. Note that for any of these functions to work the device needs to have an active data connection and the account used to link it to either Samsung's Find My Mobile or Google's Device Manager still be active.
    01-25-2016 02:54 PM

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