One of the best features of an Android smartphone is that you can manage multiple Google accounts on the same device. For example, if you have two Gmail accounts – one for personal emails and one for your business, you can manage them both on the same device. This allows you to stay on top of relevant updates without the hassle of multiple devices.
Now, if you are running multiple Google accounts on your Android smartphone, and you do not need one or more of those accounts anymore, there is a really easy method to remove the account from your device.
Keep in mind that removing the account from your Android device will result in the loss of data related to that account and you will have to log in once again if you want to restore it.
With that said, here’s how to log out of a Google Account on Android.
Step 1. Open the ‘Settings‘ app on your Android smartphone.
Step 2. Scroll through the list and tap on the ‘Accounts‘ option.
Step 3. Tap on the Google account you want to log out of on your Android smartphone.
Step 4. On the Google account page, tap on the ‘Remove Account‘ option.
Step 5. Now, tap on the ‘Remove Account‘ option on the confirmation window.
This will remove the desired Google account from your Android smartphone. However, you will have to keep in mind that for you to access Google Play services, and for your Android smartphone to actually work properly, you will have to retain at least one Google account on your smartphone.