Logging into your Google Account on multiple accounts has its own risks. If you’ve ever used your Google Account on a public PC, the browser may remember your account if you forgot to sign out. This may create a security risk as someone else may get access to your account. Luckily, Google makes it incredibly easy to manage the device connected with your profile. In this article, we bring you the best ways to remove devices from your Google Account using an Android phone or a PC.
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Remove devices from your Google Account using an Android phone
Step 1: Go to Settings and select Google.
Step 2: Select ‘Manage your Google Account’.
Step 3: Switch to the Security tab.
Step 4: Scroll down and tap on ‘Manage all devices’.
Step 5: Tap on the device you want to remove.
Step 6: Select ‘Sign out’ and confirm your selection in the pop-up box.
Remove devices from your Google Account using a PC
Step 1: Go to your Google Account page.
Step 2: Click on ‘Security’.
Step 3: Scroll down and select ‘Manage all devices’.
Step 4: Click on the device you want to remove.
Step 5: Click on ‘Sign out’.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I disconnect unwanted devices from my Google Account without my phone?
To remove a device, go to your ‘My Account’ page and select ‘Security’. Click on ‘Manage all devices’ and select the device you want to remove. Click on ‘Sign out’ to remove the device from your Google Account.
How do I remove devices from my Google Account on my phone?
To take off your device from your account, go to Settings>Google>Manage your Google Account>Security>Manage all devices>Device Name and select ‘Sign out’.
What happens when I remove a device from my Google account?
When you revoke account access from a device, you get signed out of it. This move does not clear your data from the device.
This is how you can remove unwanted devices from your Google Account using your Android phone and PC. For an added layer of security, you can enable two-factor authentication for your device. This will ensure that no one gets access to your Google Account, even if they have your password.
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