How to Delete Saved Passwords on Samsung Internet (step by step)

Passwords on Samsung Internet

Samsung Internet is a very famous browser on Android Mobiles. It offers a lot of features and is very easy to use. However, there may be times when you want to delete your saved passwords.

Kindly read this entirely and follow all the steps to know in detail.

Step 1: Settings app

Open the Settings app on your device, then locate and select “Accounts” from the main menu. After that, select the “Saved Password” tab, then tap on the “Delete Saved Password” button.

If you’re having difficulty deleting a saved password on your Samsung Galaxy device, you can take a few simple steps to get started.

First, open the Settings app on your device and locate and select Accounts from the main menu. Then, select the Saved Password tab and tap on the Delete Saved Password button.

Don’t hesitate to contact customer service for assistance if you experience any issues while trying to delete a password.

Step 2: Select the General tab

If you want to delete all your saved passwords on Samsung Internet, you first must select the General tab.

Once on the General tab, scroll down until you see the option to delete passwords. Tap on that and then choose all the passwords you want to delete.

Finally, tap on Delete and then Yes when prompted.

Step 3: Select the Password tab

If you want to delete your saved passwords on your Samsung internet browser, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Samsung internet browser and sign in.
  2. Select the Password tab on the main menu.

Step 4: Select the Saved Password item

If you have saved passwords for various websites and services, it can be helpful to delete them all at once. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Samsung Internet app on your phone or tablet.
  2. Select the Settings icon in the main toolbar.
  3. Select Accounts and click on Saved Passwords.
  4. On the Password tab, select the Delete Saved Passwords button.
  5. Select the websites or services you want to remove your passwords for, and then click on Delete All Saved Passwords.

Step 5: Select the Delete button

If you want to delete the saved passwords on your Samsung Internet browser, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Samsung Internet browser and sign in.
  2. In the menu bar at the top of the screen, select Settings.
  3. Under Privacy and Security, click Password & Security.
  4. Select a password to view its details in the Saved Passwords section.
  5. Select Delete from the toolbar beside the password you want to delete. The password will be deleted from your account, and any associated files will be deleted, too (depending on your privacy settings).

 Passwords on Samsung Internet

Get alerts to change your passwords

If you want to ensure you are always protected against potential online threats, it is a good idea to change your passwords regularly.

Unfortunately, this can be a hassle if you need to reset them all the time. Samsung Internet has some features that can help make this process easier.

First, Samsung Internet includes password management tools that will send you alerts when it is time to change your passwords.

This way, you won’t have to worry about forgetting or losing your current password.

The app can also help you create strong passwords that are difficult for others to guess. Using these features, you can ensure that your personal information remains confidential and safe from unauthorized access.

How to Manage the Passwords on Samsung Internet?

Open the Samsung Web Browser and navigate the options menu by pressing the Power button. Navigate to the advanced tab, then to the security and privacy tab.

Go to the personal information area and press the Login and passwords button. The list of stored passwords will now be displayed, so tap either of them, which you wish to alter and make the necessary adjustments.



Deleting your passwords using Samsung internet is not a standard process. If you follow the steps described above, it will be easy to delete saved passwords on Samsung Internet.


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