After you buy a new smartphone, sooner or later you will need to create an account to check the system, etc. For Samsung smartphones, you need to create a Samsung account, a Google account, and an email account.
On the other hand, when replacing your smartphone, you have to put away all the old stuff. You can easily remove your account from your smartphone that you no longer use.
Point to remember:
- Once you remove your account from your smartphone, you will not have access to any of the account’s data unless you add the account back again.
Here you can check the guide on how to remove your accounts from Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
Remove Samsung account:
- Open Settings, swipe and click on Accounts & backups
- Select Manage Account andTap your Samsung account
- Tap Delete /remove Account, then tap Remove account in the pop-up window
- Click Sign out. Enter your Samsung account password and press OK
Remove Google account:
- Open Settings, swipe and tap Accounts & backups
- Select Manage Account, then select your Google Account
- Tap Remove Account, then tap Remove Account again to confirm
- If Google Device Protection is enabled, you may be asked to verify your identity before completely logging out of your account
Remove email account:
- Open Settings, swipe, and tap Accounts & backups.
- Click Manage Account, then select your email account.
- Tap Remove Account, then tap Remove Account again to confirm.