Method 2: Remove Samsung Account via Web Browser
You may also unlink the Samsung account from the phone by doing the opposite– removing the phone from the account. Yes! And you can do this on any web browser. This method is practical if you sold or gave away your phone but forgot to log out of the account.
Open a web browser on a computer or another phone. Then, go to Samsung Accounts webpage and enter your credentials to log in.
When signed in, proceed to Devices and select the Samsung phone you want to unlink. In there, hit the 3-dot option in the corner and choose the Remove option.
That’s it! The active session on the target Samsung phone should cease once the user connects to Mobile Data or WIFI.
Method 3: Remove Samsung Account Permanently by Deleting It
If you want to discard your Samsung account and remove it from all the connected devices and apps, deleting it is the way to go. But is it possible? Yes! You just need to go to your Samsung account on a web browser to do it.
Log in to your Samsung account on any web browser. Just visit the official Samsung login page to proceed.
After logging in, click on My Account info and select your Profile. There, choose Samsung Account settings. Finally, look for and hit the Delete Account button. There will be a prompt on the screen, just confirm it to finally delete the account.
Bonus: Remove Google Account (FRP) on Samsung with Tenorshare 4uKey
Oftentimes, Samsung users tend to use their existing Google account instead of signing up for a new Samsung account. Doing so not only enables Samsung features but unlocks Google services as well. Pretty cool, right?
However, things may get uncool, too, especially if you forget your Google account credentials after a factory reset. You won’t get past Google Account Verification or FRP (Factory Reset Protection), which indefinitely puts your phone on lockdown unless you provide the correct login details. If this happens to you, a tool called Tenorshare 4uKey can help you unlock your phone.