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How To Disable Samsung Pass & Get Rid Of Its Pop-Ups

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Written by Hassan Abbas

Have you ever try to disable Samsung Pass and get rid of its pop-ups? All trending Android manufacturers have their take on Google’s Android. From Samsung One UI to Xiaomi’s MIUI, there are lots of new duplication on the market. Also, we’re guaranteed to view more in the future. These proprietary ROMs also come quite handy or user-friendly applications and services that target to simplify our regular lives.

Samsung is the leading manufacturer in the world that gathers praise for its better user interface i.e One UI. Also, Samsung paying proper attention to simplicity over the last few years. However, One UI and the other applications are an indication to the South Korean OEM’s better values.

However, on occasions, even the helping hand can start to feel a bit interfering. Also, we think, the case with Samsung Pass. In this article, we’ll take a brief look at the famous application, and tell you methods to hush it for good.

What is Samsung Pass?

Samsung launched a secure password manager for its Galaxy mobile phones known as Samsung Pass. Its major purpose was to act as the middleman between the apps and websites and users, simplifying the login process.

You get the choice of saving your passwords and login IDs to Samsung Pass. Also, the app fills out the forms, later on, after complete biometric verification. In addition, you could also store your card details on the app, and use it to fully instant payments. Also, the service can’t take off as Samsung intended, and is only compatible with a fewer number of apps and Samsung Internet.

The issue with Samsung Pass

In theory, Samsung Pass is quite a handy tool. Also, its flair of being user friendly can get some people’s nerves. The app offers its services whenever you try to log in to a compatible website or app. As it can be quite irritating if you’re not specifically fond of the service.

How to silence Samsung Pass for good?

Samsung know the nuisance, we feel, and also made the app less hostile over the last couple of One UI launches. However, a time comes when it can’t sit still and enable the user to carry on with their work. In this guide section, we’ll discuss what’s left of Samsung Pass and provide you a complete rundown of the process.

Turn Off Autofill

Initially, we’ll turn off the autofill service, so that Samsung Pass can’t get the permission to pop up with a prompt. Here’s how to:

Step 1:

Head over to Settings and click on General Management.

Step 2:

Then Navigate to Language and Input.

Step 3:

Head over to Autofill service.

Step 4:

Click on it when other screen opens.

Step 5:

Choose None — default would be adjust to Samsung Pass.

Remove Samsung Pass data

After turn off autofill, you simply neutralize the service further by removing its data. After successfully completing this process, Samsung Pass simply lose the data it had saved for you with your biometric data. Here’s how to remove Samsung Pass data:

Step 1:

Head over to Settings and click on Biometrics and security.

Step 2:

Move down and click on Samsung Pass.

Step 3:

Now complete the biometric verification.

Step 4:

Click on the vertical ellipsis menu located at the top-right corner.

Step 5:

Press Settings.

Step 6:

Move to Delete data.

Step 7:

Confirm and press Delete.

Now you can use Google Autofill for all your essentials regarding filling and storing the passwords only automatically. You might already have them stored up on your Google ID using Chrome, right?

Conclusion:

Here’s all about “Disable Samsung Pass”. Is this article helpful? What is your view about this? Let us know your thoughts, suggestions, and opinion in the comment down the section below. Also, don’t forget to share your views about the MS Team with us.

Till then! Stay happy Stay Safe 😷

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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