Learn how to remove old devices from Samsung Pass and protect your personal data. Follow these simple steps to remove Galaxy devices from Samsung Pass.
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Samsung Pass is a security feature that allows users of Samsung devices to securely access applications and websites without having to remember passwords. Samsung Pass uses fingerprint or iris scanning to authenticate the user and provide secure access to applications and websites.
This is not the first time we’ve talked about it here; you have a usage tutorial in this post. Additionally, it’s multi-device, which means you can have it on several Galaxy devices.
Why Remove Old Devices from Samsung Pass?
If you have old devices registered in Samsung Pass, it’s essential to remove them to protect your personal data. If you lose or your old device gets stolen, someone could access your applications and websites protected by Samsung Pass.
By removing old devices from Samsung Pass, you can ensure that only the devices you currently possess can access your protected applications and websites.
How to Remove Galaxy Devices from Samsung Pass
To remove old devices from Samsung Pass, follow these simple steps:
- Open the Samsung Pass app on your Samsung device.
- Tap the three-dot icon in the upper right corner of the screen.
- Select “Manage devices” from the dropdown menu.
- Select the device you want to remove from the list of registered devices.
- Tap “Remove” at the bottom of the screen.
- Confirm that you want to remove the selected device.
Once you’ve removed the old device from Samsung Pass, it will no longer have access to your protected applications and websites. Repeat these steps to remove any other old devices you have registered in Samsung Pass.