Samsung smartphones are known for great build quality and user-friendly features. They always innovate their product in order to solve the consumers’ problem in a better way possible. But even after being so popular in the tech industry, it’s quite surprising to see that they aren’t solving some of the major issues people are facing for a long time.
If you own a Samsung smartphone, then you have must encounter with a notification saying – Samsung Account Session Expired. This is one of the common issues a lot of Samsung users are facing. If you click on this notification, it will ask you to enter the password of your account. If you cancel the prompt, it will appear again in a few minutes. But sometimes even after giving the password, the notification doesn’t leave you alone.
Though the issue is fairly common on all the Samsung smartphones and tablets, the devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Android 7.0 Nougat are more affected by this annoying issue. Today, I will share three working ways to fix Samsung Account Session Expired notification. Just try them one by one to see which method works for you and help you get rid of this notification.
Methods to Fix Samsung Account Session Expired Error
1. Cancel Sync
If you own an old Samsung smartphone and facing this weird issue, chances are there might be some problem with sync. In this case, you can close the sync and see if it solves your issue or not.
- Open Menu and go to Settings > Accounts on your phone.
- Then, on the Settings screen, scroll down to find Samsung Account and tap on that.
- Click on the option to Cancel Sync present at the bottom. After a few seconds, you will see a message saying ‘Sync Cancelled.’
- Restart your phone.
- Now, if you see the Samsung Account Session expired notification again, click on it, enter your password and click on Done. That’s it.
2. Close Account
Now, if you are using a Samsung smartphone or tablet running a new version of Android, you will find the Cancel sync option. In this case, you have to stop the auto sync by following the steps below.
- Go to the Settings of your phone.
- Scroll down to find Accounts.
- On the next screen tap on Samsung Account.
- Make sure you are logged in to your account and then tap on Sync all.
- Finally, restart your device.
If this solves the issue, Congratulations. Otherwise, if the notification still persists, go to Settings>Open Cloud>Accounts>Accounts>Samsung Account and click on Disable Auto Sync. This will turn off the auto sync feature and you won’t such notification anymore. Though I am pretty sure these two methods will work for most of the Samsung devices. If not, try the third one.
3. Login to Your Samsung Account From Computer
Sometimes, things work beyond logic. I don’t know how but in some cases, Samsung Account Session Expired error fixed when a user logged in their account from the Samsung’s official website. If you are still facing the same issue, you can also try this trick.
- Visit the Samsung Website, click on the Sign in option.
- Enter email and password of your Samsung account and click on SIGN IN button.
- Then, close the window and simply use your phone.
- If you receive the notification, tap on it and log in using your credentials and That’s it.
I hope the above solutions will surely help you get rid of the Samsung Account Session Expired error.
That’s all for this article. Samsung users have so many tricks to solve this issue but I only tried to cover the most popular ones. Though the first two methods are enough for most of the Samsung devices, consider the third one as a bonus. Even after doing all this, if you still facing Samsung Account Session Expired error, tell us in the comments section below. We will try to come up with more solutions.