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How to Activate Google Autofill Service? How to Turn Off Samsung Pass? Auto-fill forms with Google. How to Disable Samsung Pass?

Google Autofill Service

Social media accounts, email accounts, web site accounts and passwords, inevitably we have dozens of accounts and passwords. It’s hard to keep these accounts and passwords in mind, but on Android phones we can store our accounts and passwords with Samsung Pass or Google Autofill. When you want to login with your account and password, they fill out the form for us. This makes the phone much easier to use.

Samsung Pass

Samsung uses the Samsung Pass service, which is its own software. However, the Samsung Pass cannot be used on rooted phones or devices that are out of warranty. You receive a warning that “Your device has been rooted. Samsung Pass cannot be used on rooted devices for security reasons.” In this case, you can use the Google Autofill Service instead of the Samsung Pass service.

Activate Google Autofill Service

To turn on Google Autofill Service instead of Samsung Pass service:

  1. Open your phone’s Settings application.
  2. Touch “General management” here.
  3. In the new window that comes up, tap “Language and input”
  4. Then find and click “Autofill service”.

Activate Google Autofill Service, Turn Off Samsung Pass

  1. We select “Google” in the window that opens.
  2. We then confirm the confirmation window by saying “OK”

Activate Google Autofill Service, Turn Off Samsung Pass

You can now manage your passwords with Google instead of Samsung Pass.

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