How to Save and Manage Passwords in Samsung Internet?

Learn how to save username and password to remember in Samsung Internet browser. You can auto sign-in with the saved password and delete it if no longer use.

Have you ever felt puzzled by the number of passwords you have to remember? Having similar passwords for multiple accounts invites hackers to hack into your account and can steal your personal information.

Gone are the days, when you note down the username or passwords in notepad just to remember them. Now almost all the browsers available in the market offer you the ability to store your username and passwords and fill them in automatically when you visit a website again. Samsung Internet browser also stores the passwords and gives you easy access to them.

I paid a visit to my grandparents last Saturday. When I reached the grandparent’s home, my grandfather was setting an email account on the Samsung Internet browser. He asked me to help him out to note down the email address and passwords in a notebook. I have decided to help them by suggesting taking advantage of the Samsung Internet password storing facility to remember passwords.

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Every account you sign-in with a username and password can be stored and reused later for auto sign-in. If particular credentials are no longer needed, we can delete from to get rigged off from the browser.

Save Passwords on Samsung Internet

It is much easier to instruct the Samsung Internet browser to remember passwords. Before that, you need to make sure that you have proper settings for storing sign-in info and also auto sign-in.

Here are steps to save sign-in details and auto-login using Samsung Internet:

  1. Launch the Samsung Internet app on the mobile phone.
  2. Tap on horizontal 3bar icon button located at the bottom right corner.
  3. Select the Settings menu from the list.
    Samsung Settings menu
  4. Under the Advanced section, tap on Privacy and Security settings.
    Privacy and Security Settings in Samsung Internet
  5. Scroll to the Personal data section and select the Username and passwords menu.
    Username and passwords data in Samsung Internet
  6. Enable the toggle button for Save sign-in info and Auto sign-in options.
    Samsung Internet Save sign-in info and auto sign-in toggle

Once you’ve enabled both the options, it would allow the Internet browser to automatically store the username and password of corresponding site. If you want to see this in action, you can sign-in to any online account.

Here are steps to remember sign-in information in Samsung Internet:

  1. Launch Samsung Internet browser.
  2. Open any site to sign-in to the online account.
  3. Enter your login credentials, and hit on Sign in button.
    A pop-up will appear asking for your permission to save sign-in information.
  4. Tap on the Remember command option.
    Save sign-in information in Samsung Internet

The login information of that particular website is saved by Samsung Internet. So whenever you visit this website, the browser will automatically fill up the login information and passwords.

You can also enable the checkbox that says Sign in using your fingerprints next time which eliminates using a password. Instead, auto sign-in with biometric touch.

Manage Passwords on Samsung Internet

There are not many options as far as managing the passwords is concerned. On the safer side, you can’t even view the stored password, it’s completely hidden.

You can only select and delete the username and password from the Samsung Internet. It allows multiple selections for clearing the passwords in one go.

Here are the steps to delete saved username and password on Samsung Internet:

  1. Launch the Samsung Internet app on the mobile phone.
  2. Tap on horizontal 3bar icon button located at the bottom right corner.
  3. Select the Settings menu from the list.
    Samsung Settings menu
  4. Under the Advanced section, tap on Privacy and Security settings.
    Privacy and Security Settings in Samsung Internet
  5. Scroll to the Personal data section and select the Username and passwords menu.
    Username and passwords data in Samsung InternetThis will display the list of saved usernames and passwords in the Internet browser.
  6. Tap on the Delete option and enable the checkbox against the credentials to be deleted.
  7. Finally, hit on the Delete command button.
    Saved Username and Passwords in Samsung Internet

This will immediately clear the selected saved username and password from the Samsung browser.

Bottom Line: Samsung Internet Username and Passwords

Usernames and password storing ability of Samsung Internet is an easy and efficient way to remember passwords. If your Android phone supports fingerprint then you can protect your saved username and passwords with biometric security. This makes Samsung Internet a more secure and privacy-centric browser.

After getting familiar with this feature my grandfather manages to save all the essential website login information on Samsung Internet and seems quite relaxed as he needs not to write down every website login credentials manually.

But, if you lose your phone or clear all the saved passwords, then you cannot rollback. That’s a major bummer. Hence, it’s good to use the Password Manager app for being on the safer side.

What do you think about the Samsung Internet auto sign-in and storing username/passwords feature? Do you use it often?

Lastly, here are the recommended web browsers for your computer and mobile phone that you should give a try.

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Chrome WindowsChrome MacChrome iOSChrome AndroidFirefox Linux
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