- From Settings, tap Accounts and backup.
- Tap Accounts, and then select your Samsung account.
- Tap Personal info and then tap More options.
- Tap Remove account. Review the information, and then tap Remove.
- Enter your password to verify your identity, and then tap OK.
GALAXY NOTE 9 SM-N960F BYPASS SAMSUNG ACCOUNT REMOVE REACTIVATION LOCK 8.1.0
How to Remove Samsung Account without Password. All Samsung Android 9.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a great phone, but it doesn’t come without its problems. One of the most common complaints from users is that they cannot remove their Samsung account from the device and access the Google Play Store. This guide will provide you with two methods to remove your Galaxy Note 9’s Samsung account and get back into using your device as intended.
I. Before You Begin
The most important part of this process is making sure that you have a Google account on your device. If you do not, make one by going to the Play Store and tapping the “Create” button in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. This won’t take more than a few minutes to complete, so don’t worry about that yet. Once you’ve gotten that out of the way, you’ll need to have access to a computer with Internet connectivity before starting this guide. In addition, you will need a USB cable for connecting your Galaxy Note 9 device with your computer.
II. Removing Your Samsung Account from Your Device
This method uses ADB commands so if you’ve never used ADB before check out our guide to familiarize yourself with it. This method will wipe everything from your device, so if you’re not ready for that, I recommend using the other method in this guide.
1. First, power your Galaxy Note 9 completely off.
2. Then boot it into Download Mode by pressing and holding the Bixby button + Volume Down + Power at the same time until you see a warning screen like the one below:
3. Press Volume Up on your attached USB cable to continue to Download Mode while leaving all other buttons un-pressed
4. Afterward, connect your device to your computer with its included USB cable
5. Open Command (CMD)
6a. Windows users should be able to find it by typing “CMD” into the search bar and opening it from there. 6b. Mac users will need to open Spotlight and type “terminal” or “Terminal.app.” From there, launch Terminal and type: cd Desktop
This will change the directory of all future commands to your Desktop folder so that we can download ADB required for this process without having to specify a location each time
7. Next, type: ADB devices
8a. If you see no entry labeled as offline or unauthorized then you’re good to move on! You should see a long string of characters appear underneath where you typed.
9a. If you didn’t see an offline message appear but saw an entry labeled as unauthorized then you need to follow these steps 9b. Check your device’s screen for any prompts asking you to Allow USB Debugging or something similar 9c. If there are no prompts, then go into Settings → About Phone and tap the Build Number 7 times until a toast pops up telling you that Developer Options have been enabled 9d. Go back to Settings → Developer Options and slide the “USB Debugging” toggle switch on
10a. If you see nothing or don’t know what to do here, then please watch this video tutorial 10b. Slide the toggle switch off again before continuing. 10c. Finally, type: adb shell.
11a. If you’re currently in where ADB is located, then you can simply type this command without any need to move 11b. Otherwise, if Command Prompt or Terminal didn’t automatically change directories for you the first time then the above directory will be necessary
12a. Once you’ve confirmed that you’re where ADB is located by checking the back of your Note 9 for “ADB” and seeing what it says on your computer, type: pm uninstall -k –user 0 com.Samsung.android.email.provider 12b. Press Enter on your device’s attached USB cable 13a14a15a16a17a18 19 20 This should remove your Samsung account from your device without a factory reset, but just in case let’s go ahead and restart using one just to be on the safe side. Type: reboot
III. Re-Adding Your Samsung Account to Your Device
If you still can’t gain access to your device after using this method, make sure you followed all of these steps exactly as they are written and double-check that you didn’t miss anything on your phone before moving on to the next step. If everything was done correctly, then try following the instructions again with more patience! Patience is extremely important during something like this where it requires multiple tries for each of these processes until they complete successfully. We’re getting closer!
1a. Once your phone has restarted into Android, go back into Download Mode by powering off your phone completely and turning it back on while holding Bixby + Volume Down + Power at the same time 1b. Connect it back to your computer with its included USB cable
2a. Open Command (CMD) again if you closed it earlier in this guide or opened a new one 2b. Then type: adb devices
3a. If you see no entry labeled as offline or unauthorized then you’re good to move on! You should see a long string of characters appear underneath where you typed
3b. If you didn’t see another offline message appear but saw an entry labeled as unauthorized then please check steps 9-10 from Section II for alternative instructions
4a. Once everything looks good, enter the following command into Command Prompt or Terminal. 4b. In my example I am re-adding the same app, “com.Samsung.android.email.provider,” so I will be using its Package Name to uninstall and re-install it 4c5a6a7a8b9b10c11
Except if you’ve backed up your data in Samsung cloud storage, resetting your phone will erase all of your personal information, notes, and applications. Reset your phone using the instructions below.
To delete your account, go to the Settings menu on your phone, then select Manage accounts. Select your Samsung account from the drop-down list. You’ll be prompted to remove each account individually; tap Remove account after you’ve finished with them all.ony After that, tap Sign out. Follow these steps if you’re using a Samsung device: Enter your Samsung account password and hit OK.
Turn off your phone, then hold the Power/Bixby key and the Volume Up key simultaneously, followed by the Power button. Release all keys as soon as the Android mascot appears. Use the Volume Down key to pick “Wipe Data/Factory Reset” and press the Power/Bixby key to go forward when prompted in the Android system recovery menu.
Open the Settings app on your phone. nTap Accounts. If you don’t see “Accounts,” tap Users & accounts instead. Tap the account you’d like to delete. nUnlink the account by selecting Remove Account from the drop-down menu.
To turn off notifications, go to Settings. Swipe down from the top of your screen and select the Settings gear icon. Go to Accounts. Tap Accounts in the lower-left corner of the screen.
Fortunately, though, Android now features a built-in functionality that allows you to create numerous user accounts, allowing you to set up a secondary account that shares nothing in common with your own.
After you’ve created a Samsung account, use it to access all of Samsung’s services without having to establish or log in to any additional accounts. You must set up a Google Account on any Android smartphone. Your Samsung Account is distinct from Google Accounts and provides capabilities that aren’t available anywhere else.
Start by removing the bloatware that you don’t need. Select Your Phone Information. Install the Data Package. Start Remove.
To delete an Exchange Account, go to Applications > Email and make the necessary changes. To access accounts, go to Applications > Settings > Accounts. Tap on one of your existing accounts in the list of available Accounts.
Tap Settings from any Home screen. Tap Accounts on the drop-down menu. Select the type of account you want to remove. Tap the MORE button to go deeper. select Remove Account from the drop-down menu. To confirm, tap REMOVE ACCOUNT.
Open the settings menu on your phone. Open your device’s settings menu. … Select the account you wish to remove …. After selecting the account, click “Remove Account.” Tap “Delete Account” option.
On your iPhone or Android device, open the mobile app. To discover the Remove Account option at the bottom of the App Settings page, log in and go to App Settings. Then confirm by tapping it. The data and matches are erased.