This guide will walk you through how to clear your Galaxy Note 9 browser history and hide internet activity. Whether in Google Chrome or Samsung’s Internet application. What you do on your phones is nobody else’s business, here’s how to delete everything.
Privacy is a growing concern these days, and clearing your entire web browser history is a good first step. Whether you’re visiting a weird site or trying to hide evidence of purchasing a birthday present, we’ve got you covered.
This guide will remove browsing history, all internet activity, clear cache, cookies, site data and even logins or passwords if you want. You can control what is and isn’t deleted. So, follow our video guide or the step-by-step instructions below.
Every website or Google search result you visit is saved somewhere. Whether in your account or in your history on your mobile device. Just like with a computer, anyone who wants it can see this information or know where to look. However, deleting them all and deleting them forever is just as easy.
How to Clear Your Galaxy Note 9 Browser History
There are several different web browsers available for Android phones. You’re probably using Samsung’s “Internet” app, so we’ll first explain how to clear your history in that browser. Next, we will give you similar instructions to delete Google Chrome, the most popular web browser on Android.
As you can see from our screenshots above, this will delete your username or login information for your favorite sites or services. Unless you tick those boxes. This means that the browser on the Galaxy Note 9 will remember login information (autofill) for sites you visit frequently. Simple enough, right?
However, if you really want a clean slate, you will have to delete everything. Just think about what you do online, then choose what works best for you and your situation.
How to Delete Google Chrome Browser History
The process of clearing your browser history is relatively the same in any web browser. Look for similar settings whether you’re using Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera or something else. Considering that Chrome is extremely popular, we will also show you how to delete it.
As you’ve noticed from our instructions, Google offers you a few different options here. We really like the option to clear websites or Google searches (or any history) one at a time. That way it doesn’t look like you’re trying to hide anything. Just delete what you need to remove and leave the rest. Or tap for the full action similar to the one shown above.