Enable or disable autofill in the Chrome browser on an Android phone

Autofill feature in Google Chrome allows you to save email address, phone number, shipping address, payment method and passwords for your favorite websites. Below are the steps to enable or disable Chrome Autofill on Android Phone or Tablet.

Enable or disable Chrome autofill on an Android phone or tablet

The benefit of enabling autofill in the Chrome browser is that you can automatically log in to your favorite websites and fill out online forms with saved passwords, payment methods, and shipping addresses.

When Chrome AutoFill is enabled, the browser will automatically prompt you to save the password in Chrome Browser when you enter a password on any website.

If you agree to save the password, the Google Chrome browser can automatically log in to the website with the saved password when you visit the same website again.

Likewise, you can save payment methods, email addresses, phone numbers and shipping addresses in the Chrome browser.

Save passwords in Google Chrome on Android phone

If you enable the “Save passwords” option, Google Chrome can save passwords and log in to websites with your saved credentials.

1. Open Chrome app > tap 3 point menu icon > select settings in the drop down menu.

Open Chrome settings on Android phone

2. On the settings screen, tap passwords.

Password and Payment Methods

3. Activate on the next screen save passwords option and check Automatic login process.

Save passwords in Chrome browser

As a result, the Google Chrome browser will prompt you to save passwords and use your saved credentials to automatically log in to your favorite websites.

Save payment methods in Google Chrome on Android phone

1. Open Chrome app > tap 3 point menu icon > select settings in the drop down menu.

2. On the settings screen, tap Payment Methods.

3. Activate on the next screen Save and fill out payment methods option and tap + Add map.

Add credit card to android phone

4. On the next screen, enter yours Credit card Details.

Save addresses in Google Chrome on an Android phone

This option allows the Google Chrome browser to save your phone number and shipping address and use this information to automatically fill out forms.

1. Open Chrome app > tap 3 point menu icon > select settings in the drop down menu.

2. On the settings screen, tap Payment Methods.

3. Activate on the next screen Save and fill out payment addresses option and tap +Add address Possibility.

Add address option in Chrome browser on Android phone

4. On the next screen you can enter yours phone number, Email-address and Delivery address.

Disable Chrome AutoFill on an Android phone

You can easily disable Chrome’s autofill feature at any time and remove your data from the browser cache.

1. Open Chrome app > tap 3 point menu icon > select settings in the drop down menu.

Open Chrome settings on Android phone

2. On the settings screen, tap passwords.

Password and Payment Methods

3. Disable on the next screen save passwords option and disable Automatic login process Possibility.

Disable the

4. Tap the back arrow > Tap on Payment Methods > Disable Save and fill out payment methods.

Disable the

5. Tap Back > Disable again Save and fill in addresses option.

Disable the option to save and fill in addresses in Android

Clear saved passwords and autofill form data in Chrome browser

If you previously had AutoFill enabled, you can easily clear saved passwords and other AutoFill form data in Chrome Browser.

1. Open Chrome app > tap 3 point menu icon > select settings in the drop down menu.

Open Chrome settings on Android phone

2. Go to on the settings screen privacy and tap Clear browser data Possibility.

3. On the next screen, click Progressive tab, select all time tick as time range Saved Passwords, Autofill form data box and click the delete data Button.

Clear Chrome browsing data from Android phone

This should clear all of your saved passwords and autofill data from the Chrome browser.

Note: It’s recommended that you revisit the Password, Payment Methods, and Addresses sections of Chrome settings to confirm that your AutoFill data has been removed.

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