Looking on how to change Netflix password? There are multiple reasons to do so. Maybe you split up with your partner and you don't want him/her having access to your account anymore. Maybe you downgraded your plan and you can't have multiple people sharing the same credentials. Or maybe you think that a hacker has figured out your password. In any case, there are multiple reasons for wanting to change your password. And no matter what your reason is, we're going to provide you with the solution. So, let's get right into it!

How to Change Netflix Password On Android

As this is a website that's mainly focused around Android, we assume that most of you who are reading this article are doing so from your phone. So, to change your Netflix password on an Android device:
  1. Open the Netflix app
  2. Select "More"
  3. Go to "Account"
  4. Change Password
  5. Insert your current password
  6. Select a new one
  7. And you're done
How to change netflix password Do keep in mind that you'll be redirected to the official website, which is completely normal. And do also keep in mind that the fact that you need to re-insert your current password before changing it doesn't provide a whole lot of safety for an account that has already been breached. That's obviously a given. But, we're just saying.

How To Change Netflix Password on PC

Some people prefer doing everything from the comfort of their computer. Technically speaking, since this is being done through a browser, your OS (Operating System) shouldn't make a difference. So, with that being said, both Mac OS and Windows users should be able to follow this guide without any issues. So, to change your Netflix password on a PC:
  1. Head over to Netflix
  2. Log in with your current password
  3. Click on "Account"
  4. Select "Change Password"
  5. Insert your current password
  6. Select a new one
  7. And that's it
How to change Netflix password Again, the security issue that's present for Android applies for desktop use as well. If someone already figured out your password and managed to log in, then the fact that you need to re-insert your password means nothing in terms of security.

Extra Tips

  1. If you've forgotten your password, you can always head over to the password reset page where Netflix will send you instructions on how to get around this. You've got the option of choosing either your phone or email
  2. In case that you logged in from another device that belongs to someone else and all you need is to kick him out of your account without doing anything else, then you can select the "Sign out all devices" option in the account settings and that will kick out everyone from your account
  3. If someone managed to hack your account and changed both password and contact information, then your best bet is to contact Netflix's customer support. The representative will probably ask you numerous questions to verify that you're indeed the owner and in case that nothing can be done about it, you can always at least refer to PayPal or your bank to cancel the subscription
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What's my model number?

There are several ways to locate your model number:

Option 1
On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
Option 2
Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool

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