Samsung offers integrated memberships to their customers to access all Samsung services from smartphones, tablets, and websites. A Samsung account is a way to get multiple Samsung services in one account if you’re a Samsung customer. If you already own a Samsung account, you will not need to sign up for each Samsung service individually.
Samsung phones come with many unique features that you might not be aware of. Samsung phones and tablets require you to set up a Samsung account to be able to access or use certain Samsung services. These include Samsung Pay, Samsung rewards, Samsung gift cards, product news, and Samsung Pay. The Samsung account can be used to locate, turn your device off, factory reset it, and even wipe your data. Samsung ID and Password protect your Samsung account. You can access your account at any time, but you can also reset your password.
But what if your Samsung account password has been forgotten? Here is how you can reset your Password on Samsung.
How do I retrieve my Samsung account?
If you own your Samsung device, you will be able to sign in using your email address on the Samsung Account website. If your device is not listed, please contact customer support for assistance.
How do you change your Samsung account number phone number?
You can’t. To create a Samsung account, sign in to your existing one and enter the new phone number.
Samsung account reset without Password
The most common reason for losing your Samsung account access is lost. These are the steps you need to follow to reset your Samsung account without a password.
- Navigate to Samsung Account, and click on Sign In.
- Samsung Sign in Page
- Now, click on the Sign in link to find your ID or reset your password.
- Find Samsung ID or Reset your Password
- You can switch to the Reset password tab at the upper right.
- Reset Password Column on Samsung Sign in Page
- Enter your Samsung ID, such as your registered email address, then click on Next.
- You can verify that your account is owned by entering the details, such as name and DOB.
- Click on the Reset Password button.
- You’ll receive an “Email sent” notification. Click on the “Email has been sent” notification to your inbox.
- Open the Samsung eMail and click the Reset Password button.
- After receiving a “Password reset successful” message, enter your new Password two times.
- Reminder. The 2-step verification might be required.
How to reset Samsung Account password in less than a minute
You have two options to reset your Samsung account password: you can use the Application or your Laptop/PC.
Reset Samsung Account Password Using Device Application
To reset, you will need to:
Go to Settings.
The General tab will allow you to locate Accounts.
Tapon Account, tap on Samsung Account.
Next, go to Account Settings.
Now, you can see Forgot your username or Password? Click to continue
After that, you’ll be asked for your registered Email address.
Follow the link to recover your Password.
This solution works fine if you have device access. But if you do not have device access, you will need to open a Samsung Account page from your laptop / PC.
How to reset an Android phone:
To turn your device off, press the Power button.
Next, hold the Volume button up and the Power button down.
Once the startup screen appears, release the Power and Volume buttons. Your phone will enter recovery mode.
Touch the screen to activate the Volume buttons.
Click the volume buttons to confirm wiping out all user data. Next, touch the screen or the Volume button to select Wipe data/factory restart.
Android Device manager to reset your Password
Forgot your Samsung password? You can also use Android Device Manager to reset it. To do this, follow these steps:
Log in with your Google account to access the Android Device Manager website.
After logging in, select your device to be displayed on the list.
After that, you’ll be asked for a new passcode.
Once you have changed your Password, click the lock button.
You will be able to use your new Password to unlock your device.
Samsung and Android Continue to Enforce Security
Like Apple, Samsung continues to improve security, and Android has also increased its focus on it. Android once had a bad reputation for not providing sufficient protection. However, Samsung phones today are some of the most secure devices on the planet.
Samsung Knox and introducing new features within One UI 4.1 have made it even more secure to use its devices.
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