How to Use Samsung Push Service

If you’re a big Samsung phone user, you know that it’s not easy to navigate through all the options on the Web to find out how to use Samsung Push Service. These are options like Power On/Off, Search and Replace, Bluetooth pairing, SMS verification, Change Mode, Disconnect/Connect and Setup.

All of these have to be entered manually because the service can only run in a mode that is set by Samsung. In this article, I’ll show you how to use Samsung Push Service so that you don’t have to deal with all the hassle of navigating around the Web to get a few simple things done.

When Samsung set up their Service and Account Center, they decided to go for a more professional look. They wanted to make sure that it was easier for customers to use and so they added a whole lot of very useful features. For example, in addition to being able to use the Service on a PC or Mac, Samsung also put together a Web Console where you can manage a number of different services.

The Web Console allows you to keep track of everything, including setting up new devices, remote PC assistance, changing your Samsung Account password, and troubleshooting problems. You can even configure your account to only send one SMS each day.

To get started, visit the Samsung account portal at Once there, you will see a page with a tab called “Service”.

You’ll need to click on the “Help” tab to read the instructions on how to use Samsung Push Service. A series of screen shots will show you exactly what you need to do.

Once you’re done, you’ll be asked to create a new Microsoft Access file, which is where all your files will be stored. At this point, you may choose to enter the Username and Password, or you can choose to use a blank file for now.

After creating your file, the next step is to login using your Samsung access details. You will be prompted to fill in a few personal information about yourself, and the Service will begin immediately.

Once you’re in, you’ll be asked to choose a device from the list and type in your Samsung phone number. If you’re using Windows Mobile, then the only problem with this step is that Windows Mobile does not have a built-in Samsung Push Service support.

Fortunately, there’s a solution for this: There is a Service Provider Site from Microsoft that you can go to and give your PC the address to your Samsung phone’s Secure Access Number. Windows Mobile needs this information so that it can connect to your Samsung Smartphone when you’re in an area that is secured by Mobile Device Management.

Once you’re done with this step, you can choose to configure your Samsung Phone to enter a PIN code or Touch ID when you want to use the Service. Of course, if you’re using Windows Mobile, you won’t have to do anything except type in the PIN code to enable the service.