If you are a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 owner and you do a lot of browsing on your phone, it is equally important that you know how to clear your Internet browsing history or rather the search history on your device. How do we do so on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Here is your answer.
Clearing Browser Data on Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Powers ON your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 then browse to the Android Browser. Tap on the 3 point or the 3-dot sign. On the drop-down menu, touch on the ‘Settings’ icon. Then browse through the privacy setting and choose ‘’delete personal data’’ and a list of web history should appear.
On that page, you will get an array of options that will include the one of wiping your browsing history, cookies, cache and site data as well as your auto-fill and information on passwords.
Select the information you wish to delete from your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and press delete. The process completes after a matter of seconds.
Clearing Google Chrome history on Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Aside from the Android browser, the other major browser is definitely the Google Chrome browser. The procedure of deleting the browsing history is practically similar.
All you have to do is press the same 3-dot icon and choose ‘’History’’. Tap on ‘Clear Browsing Data’ key at the bottom of your screen then choose the type of data and information that you wish to remove from Google Chrome.
The cool thing about Google chrome is that it’s got an option where you delete individual sites rather than the ‘everything or nothing’ option offered by most browsers. This is important so that it does not appear like you are covering your tracks.