Regardless of how you call your smartphone, its name will be the one from the factory – Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Note 9 and Note 10. Consequently, whenever you’re using it with another device, in a process that would require some sort of authentication, you’ll see that plain name as a reference for your smartphone. It can happen when you want to set up a Bluetooth connection, when you want to connect it to a PC, and in many other circumstances.
Today’s tutorial might look like something without importance, yet, to many users, this aspect matters. If you don’t want to see a generic name either, you’d be happy to learn how to customize and save its new name, a name that should show up on any screen from now on. Here are the super simple steps.
To edit the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Note 9 and Note 10 device name:
- Unlock the phone;
- Stop on the Home screen;
- Swipe down from the top of the screen, to launch the general Menu;
- Head to the Settings section;
- Browse for the Device Information option;
- Tap on it and, in there, look for the Device Name entry;
- Select Device Name and you’ll see a new window showing up on the screen;
- Use it to type the new name that you would like to use for your smartphone;
- Save the changes and leave the menus.
That’s all it takes to change the device name on Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Note 9 and Note 8. Basically, it implies to access the Device Name setting and you’re free to type in whatever you want. That new name will represent the smartphone from now on, whenever you try to connect it to any other device.