Our mail accounts are as private as our bank accounts now. From personal information to professional contracts, we have everything stored on our mail accounts. However, there might be some instances when our phones might get lost or stolen. In that case, how should we protect our data without using our android phone? Here are the Top 2 Ways to log out of an Android smartphone remotely.
Change the passwords you’ve stored
- Go to https://passwords.google.com/.
- Go to your Google Account and sign in.
- Look through the list of “saved passwords.”
- This list only contains passwords that have been saved to your Account, not those that have been lost.
- Open the app or go to the website for each password you want to change.
- You can now and should change your password.
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Another way to log out of your Android smartphone remotely and securely is from the Google Dashboard. The process is very easy, just follow these steps:
- You’ll need a laptop with an internet connection as well as your Google account credentials to do this.
- Go to myaccount.google.com in your browser.
- Now enter your Google account credentials and log in.
- Go to the Security tab and select Manage devices from the Your devices section.
- Select Sign-out from the three-dot menu on the specified device.
- After you confirm your choice, your account will be logged out of that device.
These are the top 2 Ways to log out of Android smartphones remotely to prevent losing your data when your mobile is lost or stolen. We hope it never comes to this, but this is a handy tip to keep with your just in case you need to ever log out.
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