How to add or remove Samsung account on Galaxy Note10+

There can be situations that an Android user may be required to remove his or her Samsung account from a device as part of a troubleshooting package. In this short tutorial, we’ll show you how to remove and re-add your Samsung account on a Galaxy Note10+.

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How to add or delete Samsung account on Galaxy Note10+

Removing a Samsung account from your Galaxy Note10+ is different from totally deleting the account. By removing it from your device, you’re simply clearing your Samsung credentials from it but the account is still saved in Samsung servers. This is a temporary procedure and once the account has been re-added, you can continue enjoying the services of Samsung on your phone.

Below are the steps to remove a Samsung account:

  1. Open Settings app.
  2. Scroll down and tap Accounts and backup.
  3. Tap Accounts.
  4. Select your Samsung account.
  5. Tap More options (three dots).
  6. Select Remove account.
  7. Review the information and tap Remove.
  8. Enter your password to verify your identity.
  9. Tap OK.

If removing your Samsung account is part of a troubleshooting, make sure that you restart the phone before you re-add the account. Once you’ve done that, simply do the following to add a Samsung account:

  1. Open Settings app.
  2. Swipe to and select Accounts and backup
  3. Tap Accounts.
  4. Tap Add account
  5. Tap Samsung account.
  6. Enter your Samsung account info and tap Sign in

If you don’t already have an account, don’t worry. Just tap Create account to make one and Follow the prompts to complete the process.


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