Tuesday, 18 October 2016

How you can remove a phone, tablet, or PC from accessing your Google account

One thing is true here. Upgrading your smartphone is a regular habit for most people, which makes securing your Google account all the more critical. The consolidated account tools that Google offers can help you keep track of which devices still have access to your account and kick out those you no longer have in your possession. So while you take of this, to get this done, you just go to My Account. You can also get here from the app grid found in the new tab page of Chrome Touch on a specific device name if you want to see when it was last synced with your Google account. Then from there, you’ll see a large Remove button. Press that to take away access. But you should note that this doesn’t wipe the device remotely. So if you wish to do that, you’d need to use Android device manager or do it manually. Performing this action from time to time is also a good security practice so that you will have total control and visibility over which phones, tablets, and computers are connected to your Google account.

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