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Save and Manage Saved Passwords in the Samsung Internet browser

Need to save usernames and passwords for autofilling in the Samsung Internet browser? Learn how to save login credentials for reuse.

The Samsung Internet has the option to save and remember the passwords that you enter on the websites. This feature helps autofill the user’s sign-in page and auto-login the account.

The saved passwords are encrypted and locked under a biometric or phone passcode, which can be only be deleted after authentication.

Add and Manage Passwords on Samsung Internet

In this guide, we have shared the steps you can take to save and manage the saved passwords in your Samsung Internet browser.

Saving Passwords on Samsung Internet

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Note: It is not possible to add the username and password manually in the browser. You need to let the browser save the credentials that you’ve entered on a sign-in page.

Here are steps to enable the save sign-in details and auto-login in the browser:

  1. Launch the Samsung Internet on your phone.
  2. Tap on the More horizontal 3-bar 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 options, it will allow the Internet browser to store the username and password of the corresponding site automatically. If you want to see this in action, you can sign in to any online account.

You can follow these steps to save credentials:

  1. Launch the Samsung Internet browser.
  2. Open any site to sign in to the online account.
  3. Enter your login credentials, and hit the 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

Samsung Internet saves the login information of that particular website. So whenever you visit this website, the browser automatically fills in 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.

Managing Saved Passwords on Samsung Internet

Samsung Internet browser does not allow viewing or editing of the saved credentials. You can only select and delete the username and password. Here are the steps to delete:

  1. Launch the Samsung Internet app on the mobile phone.
  2. Tap on the More horizontal 3-bar 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 InternetIt will display the saved usernames and passwords list in the Internet browser.
  6. Tap the Delete option and enable the checkbox against the credentials to be deleted.
  7. Finally, hit the Delete command button.
    Saved Username and Passwords in Samsung InternetIt will delete the selected saved username and password.

You can select multiple saved credentials for deletion at once.

Bottom Line

If your Android phone supports a fingerprint sensor, you can protect your saved username and passwords with biometric security.

A big caveat is that you cannot retrieve the credentials if you lose your phone or clear all the saved passwords. Hence, it’s good to use the Password Manager app to be on the safer side.

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Kushal Azza

Kushal Azza

Kushal Azza is a Google Certified IT Professional, Digital Content Creator, and Go-To Digital Marketer with Engineering Degree. He has over a decade of experience solving tech problems, troubleshooting, and innovating digital solutions. Follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

2 comments and feedback

  1. I have all my passwords stored in Google password manager, so how do I get Samsung Internet browser to sync with that data?

    1. Hello David, we cannot migrated the passwords from Google Password Manager to Samsung Internet. You need to manually start using the passwords one Samsung browser to start saving the details.

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