Your Google Account is your key to accessing corporate services and platforms, but it is also the key that opens your wardrobe for more information. Therefore, you must follow all steps to upgrade your account using Google's settings and protect it from potential threats. That risk does not only come from hackers who steal your password, it can also come from apps that you have given permission to connect to your account.
After explaining how to use two or more Google accounts on the same device, it's time to tackle another important issue: update the apps connected to your Google account from Android and learn how to use them disconnect the risk to terminate access to your data. It's a simple process, but the key is to continue to protect the security of your account.
How to disconnect apps linked to your Google account from Android
If you are using certain applications on your mobile phone, you can to request permission to access certain information to perform its functions properly. Often, they need to know your profile information, such as your email address, Google calendar, or contacts.
When we want to use an app, we usually give those types of permissions without really understanding what they really mean. Also, when we stop using it, we forget that it's connected to our Google Account, so you still have access to data.
A Google Account is a link to services that contain important personal information, such as Gmail, Drive or Contacts. For this reason, and always value your account's security and privacy, it is important to know how see on Android which apps are connected to your Google account and in particular how to get rid of them. Step by step, we explain how to do it.
1- Open the app Justification on your mobile phone.
2nd- Swipe down until you find a section Google, where you have to click.
3º- On a new page, select an option Account services.
4º- Now select an option Connected apps.
5th- You will be logged into the Requests page linked to your Google Account, where you will be able to see all those applications for which you have granted specific permissions associated with the specified account. It is important that you analyze each of these applications to know whether they still work for you or not, you may not know the permissions granted by clicking on them
6º- If you find an application that you want to disconnect, click on it.
7º- On the app page, select the button Disconnect.
8º- Confirm that you want to disconnect your Google Account by clicking the option Disconnect.
This way you will disconnect the app from your Google account, so it will no longer have access to your information. It is important that you do this process individually apps you no longer need, especially if they are seen as harmful
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