Fixing Samsung account session expired error message

Many Samsung users are familiar with Samsung account session expired pop up message, which prompts users to input password of their Samsung account. Once a month, you may be required to reinput your password as a security measure. But it can be a real nuisance if the error message appears on your task bar or comes out of nowhere while you are busy with other apps. One way to fix this Samsung account sessions expired error message is to disable cloud syncing. Here are the methods or possible solutions to get rid of the Samsung account login prompt:
This error is common for all Samsung smartphones or tablets running latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow or Android 7 Nougat operating systems. Example- Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, S6 Edge, Galaxy Tab A and so on.

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How to remove Samsung account session expired message from notification window

How to fix Samsung account session expired message on notifications

Method 1: Disabling Auto sync

  1. Open your apps list and select “Settings” or just pull down your quick access menu from the top of the screen and tap on the “settings” (gear) icon. 
  2. Now go to “Cloud and accounts” 
  3. Select “accounts” >> select “Samsung account”
  4. Tap on the three dots icon on top right  >> tap “sync all”
If the problem is still unresolved, go to Cloud and accounts >> tap on three dots icon >> select “disable auto sync”

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Method 2: Cancelling sync 

  1. Go to device Settings like in above method. 
  2. Select “Accounts”  >> Tap “Samsung Account”
  3. Tap “Cancel sync”
Restart your smartphone and check if the Samsung account session expired error is gone. You may the message in the notification area. Simply tap on the message and reenter your Samsung account passwor. 


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