For those that own a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, you may want to know how to erase Google history from your Note 4. You could have many different reasons why you would want to erase Google history on the Galaxy Note 4, and below we’ll explain how to delete Google history on the Samsung Note 4.
How to delete Google Chrome history on Samsung Note 4
In addition to the Android browser, many use Google’s Chrome browser and the process to delete the Google Chrome history on the Samsung Note 4 is basically similar. All you need to do is select on the same three-dot menu button and select “History” then tap on the “Clear Browsing Data” button at the bottom of the screen. Select the types of data and information that you want to delete from Google Chrome. The only benefit of Chrome is you can remove individual site visits, instead of everything or nothing, so it doesn’t appear that you’re hiding your tracks.
How to delete browser history on Samsung Note 4
First turn on your Galaxy Note 4 and go to the Android browser. Then select on the three-point or three-dot symbol. After you have selected the symbol a menu will show up and you should select the “Settings” option. After that, look for the Privacy option and select on “Delete Personal Data” which will show a list of web browser history options. On this screen you’ll have a wide range of options including to wipe out your browser history, cache, cookies and site data, and even your auto-fill and password information.
After you have selected the information that you want to delete from your Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the process will only take a short period of time to complete.