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How to block pop-ups on a Samsung Galaxy S10 in its default browser or Google Chrome, or from apps

  • You can block pop-ups on a Samsung Galaxy S10 in both Google Chrome and the Samsung Internet browser.
  • The feature is on by default, but if pop-up blocking has been disabled on your Galaxy S10, you can re-enable it in the Settings menu of both browser apps.
  • Some apps can create pop-ups as well, so you should delete unneeded apps from your S10, especially if they're sending you pop-ups. 
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You can't block every pop-up ad in the world — even with advanced ad blocking software, some get through. But it is possible to prevent pop-up ads from appearing on your Galaxy S10.

The pop-up blockers are turned on by default. But if the pop-up blockers in your Galaxy S10's web browsers have been turned off for some reason, here's how to re-enable blocking for more convenient web browsing. 

How to block pop-ups on a Samsung Galaxy S10 in Google Chrome

1. Start the Chrome app.

2. Tap the three vertical dots at the top right of the screen, and then tap "Settings" in the drop-down menu. 

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3. Tap "Site settings."

4. Look for "Pop-ups and redirects." It should say "Blocked." If it does not, tap it and then turn off pop-ups by swiping the button to the left. This can be a little confusing — the feature is turning off pop-ups, not turning on a pop-up blocker, so be sure the button is in the off position to block pop-ups. 

5. On the Site settings page, also ensure that "Ads" are turned off. It should say "Blocked on some sites." 

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How to block pop-ups on a Samsung Galaxy S10 in the Samsung Internet browser

1. Start the Internet app.

2. Tap the three horizontal lines in the bottom right corner of the screen. 

3. In the pop-up window, tap "Settings."

4. Tap "Sites and downloads."

5. Turn on "Block pop-ups" by swiping the button to the right. 

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How to block pop-ups that come from apps on your Galaxy S10

In addition, it's possible for malicious apps to open unwanted pop-up ads on your phone. Unfortunately, there's no specific pop-up blocker for apps like this.

You should only install reputable apps from the Google Play or Galaxy Store, and delete apps that are questionable or unwanted. 

To see how to delete unwanted apps, read the article, "How to delete apps on your Samsung Galaxy, or disable apps that can't be removed."

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Ads, Pop-ups, & Notifications

You may see spam ads indicating your device is unsafe or impacted by viruses or harmful software (malware). Learn how to manage these pop-ups and ads below.

If your phone has been acting strangely, you may have downloaded a dangerous app. If this is the case, visit the Viruses & Malware tutorial.




How do I get rid of unwanted popups in my mobile browser?

In Chrome:


1. Select the three dots menu to open the browser menu.

2. Select Settings > Site Settings > Pop-ups and redirects and ensure pop-ups and redirects are blocked.

3. Select Settings > Site Settings > Ads and ensure ads are blocked.

You can also try clearing your browsing data by selecting Settings > Privacy > Clear browsing data and clear the data listed on the BASIC tab.


In Firefox:


Although there is no pop-up blocker built into Firefox for Android, you can clear your browsing data.

1. Select the three dots menu next to the address bar to open the browser menu.

2. Select Settings > Clear private data and clear the data listed.


In Samsung browser:


1. Select the menu menu in the bar at the bottom of the window.

2. Select Content blockers and select one of the suggested content blockers, if you so choose.

Returning to the menu, you may also select Settings > Privacy and security (under Advanced) and select Delete browsing data.




What if I can't close the pop-ups, ads, or even my browser?

You will need to force close the app. To force close your apps, go to Settings > Apps and select the app you are trying to close. Select FORCE STOP to close the app.




How do I get rid of unwanted notifications?

Visit the Notifications tutorial to learn how to manage the notifications you receive from apps.

If you turn off notifications and they still appear on your device, you may need to uninstall the app. Learn how in the App Troubleshooting tutorial, which also addresses how to remove an app.




Tips to avoid ads in the future

1. Ensure your browser is blocking pop-ups and ads.

2. Don't click on suspicious or spammy ads or notifications.

3. For apps:


a. Check the average rating in the Play Store. A low rating could be a red flag.


b. Read the reviews—have other users reported problems with the app?


c. Check the developer name. Is it a company you trust? If not, do your research before installing their app on your phone.


4. Ensure that your phone does not accept apps from "unknown sources." Some apps have the ability to download and install other apps to your phone, but that doesn't mean it’s a good idea to accept them. To prevent this from happening, go to Settings > Security > Install unknown apps. If any of the apps in this list are "allowed," then they could be installing harmful apps on your device. Select the app and uncheck Allow from this source.


5. Install AT&T Mobile Security—a free app from AT&T that can help keep your phone secure from many types of malware. View AT&T Mobile Security’s website for details.



See what our other tips our community provided about removing spam ads and notifications.

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Set Up Smart Pop-up

In most cases, Smart Pop-up View will not be enabled by default, so you will need to activate and configure it before you start getting pop-up notifications.

Step 1 – This feature is only available on Samsung devices that are running Android 9 (or later) and the new OneUI. If you don’t have these yet, and you are using a Galaxy S8, S8+, S9, S9+ or any of the S10 range, check for software updates to see if the new version of the Android OS is available.

Step 2 – Smart Pop-up probably won’t be activated yet, so head into the Settings > Advanced features and you should see “Smart Pop-up View”. Tap on this and you will see a list of the apps that work with this feature (the exact list will vary), each with a slider switch to enable and disable them.

Step 3 – Go through the list and enable any apps you want to be able to view and interact with from notifications on screen. Bear in mind that these pop-ups will appear on screen each time there is a new message, so you might not want to activate apps that get lots of messages each day.

Viewing and Interacting with Pop-ups

Now you have the feature set up, it’s time to learn how you view and interact with the pop-up bubbles that will now start appearing on your device screen.

Step 1 – Now, when you get a message in one of the apps that you enabled for pop-ups, you will see a small icon bubble appear at the top of the screen (like the chat heads you get in Facebook messenger). Multiple pop-up bubbles will appear if you get messages from multiple apps.

Step 2 – Tap on the pop-up to open the message window on screen (over the top of whatever you have open at the time). What the message window looks like depends on the app the message is in, but it will usually be a scaled-down version of the normal app message screen.

 

Step 3 – If the message is part of an ongoing conversation, you will see this in the window too, with the ability to scroll up and down through it. With an app like Messages or WhatsApp, you can reply to the message directly in the window that opens. Just tap and enter message.

Step 4 – The pop-up view controls along the top of the window let you, from left to right: change the window transparency, reduce the window back to the pop-up bubble (without closing it), expand the window to full screen, and close the pop-up window.

Step 5 – You can resize the window by tapping on any of the edges or corners, and dragging it to the size you want. To remove a pop-up bubble from the screen, without opening the message window, tap and hold on it until the trach can icon appears. Then just drag it into the trash.

Step 6 – To avoid cluttering up your screen too much, when you get multiple messages from different apps, the bubbles will appear in a stack. When you tap the stack, it will open out to display the different message app icons. You can then tap on the app you want to pop open.

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