Subscriber Account active since. Ordinarily, notifications are a handy way to stay up to date on your phone — messages, email, Facebook, and other news or alerts from various apps. But if you're feeling overwhelmed by the constant buzzing of notifications, here's how to take control. You can disable notifications on unwanted apps in the Notifications section of Settings. You should now see a long list of apps with notification switches. By default, you're only seeing the most recent apps. If you want to see all your apps, tap "Most recent" and choose "All. For each app that you want to disable notifications, tap to swipe the button to the left.
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Go to Solution. View solution in original post. Hold down on it and then turn off the "Allow Notifications". That's working so far Annoying for sure. Hold down the notification and then turn off notifications worked, thanks. The Apps list does not have "Samsung Account" so this is the only way to get to it.
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What's that? I don't use any Samsung account! What's worse, I cannot get rid of it. But the message just keeps showing up! Anyone help me, please?
However, I had not signed out of my Samsung Account or even used the samsung account recently. Maybe is it due to the recent Android Update? Can someone please share why I am getting this notification over and over again? Any one with similar past experiences?? Have you attempted to wipe the cache partition on your device since the recent update? Try that and see if that helps any. The system cache partition stores temporary system data. It's supposed to allow the system to access apps more quickly and efficiently, but sometimes things get cluttered and outdated, so a periodic cache clearing can help make the system run more smoothly.