If your TV is a smart TV you can request samsung to give details on the IP address the TV with your serial number has logged in and the time of the log in.
Then you can find the location or even the address of the place where the TV has been used by contacting the ISP of that IP address.
Can a TV be tracked?
Your smart TV is probably tracking everything that appears on the screen. They don’t just track the shows you stream on their built-in apps: they can recognize any show you’re watching, any game you’re playing, or any ad that appears on the screen — from any device connected to the TV.
Can you track down a stolen smart TV?
Most you can do is contact the people who made your tv with information about the serial no. etc. and see if they are able to do anything. They can be tracked upto a point just via internet connection – it wil only get you within 30 yards or so.
How can I track a serial number?
You will be able to create serial number tracked items only if you enable it. To do so, Navigate to Settings(Gear Icon) >> Preferences >> Items. Select Serial Number Tracking as your method of stock tracking under ‘How do you want to track your items?
How can I track my stolen electronics?
Prey is an app created specifically to help you locate your lost or stolen phone, laptop or tablet. It can locate your laptops, phones, and tablets on a map, take pictures from all their cameras, take screenshots from your computer, or even remotely wipe the data from your device.
Do smart TVs have hidden cameras?
Many smart TVs have built-in cameras that use facial recognition to make programming suggestions based on who’s watching or for live, two-way conversations on a large screen. These intuitive TVs also respond to voice commands “for those of us who are too lazy to actually pick up the remote,” the FBI says.
How do you stop your smart TV from tracking you?
Go to “privacy.” Then click on “advertising” and then check “limit ad-tracking.” Go back to the previous screen and select “smart TV experience.” Uncheck “use information for TV inputs,” which disables the smart TV’s ACR technology.