How to enable emergency SMS on Samsung mobile

Samsung mobile phones have an emergency function that sends an SMS message with information about the user's location to selected contacts. The feature can be activated discreetly, without unlocking the device - simply press the power button three times. The function is ideal for emergency situations and can even save lives.

In the following step-by-step, see how to turn on and configure the emergency mode on Samsung mobile phones. The procedure was performed on a Galaxy J5 Prime, but the tips are valid for other models of the manufacturer.

Learn how to set up emergency mode on Samsung cell phones

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Step 1. Access your mobile settings and tap "Privacy & Security".

Open Android settings

Step 2. Tap "Send SOS Message" and enable the function by dragging the key next to "Off" to the right.

Enabling Emergency Mode

Step 3. Check the "I agree and accept ..." and tap "I agree". Then touch "Add" to select the trusted contacts.

Agree to the terms of the agreement

Step 4. Choose whether you want to add a new contact or select an existing contact from the phonebook. In this case, locate the contact and select the check box to the left of the name. You can add up to four people.

Adding trusted contacts

Step 5. After adding the contacts, touch the arrow in the upper left corner to return to the previous screen. In the emergency mode options, you can choose whether to also attach camera pictures and audio recording.

Configuring Optional Features

Once configured, simply press the power button three times to send an emergency SMS to the contacts you have chosen.

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