If your phone uses Google Play Services, you can manage your Google apps and services in Google Settings.
Important: Some of these steps work only on Android 8.0 and up. Learn how to check your Android version.
Open Google Settings
Depending on your phone, either:
- Open your phone's Settings app Google.
- Open a separate app called Google Settings .
Manage your Google Settings
- Under "Account," tap Manage your Google Account.
- Across the top, scroll to the tab you want.
- Tap a tab:
- Personal info
Update basic info in your Google Account. Learn how to change your name and other info.
- Data & privacy
Find your data, activity, and preferences that can make Google services more useful to you. Learn how to choose what activity gets saved.
Use settings and recommendations to help keep your account secure. Learn how to make your account more secure.
- People & sharing
Manage your interactions and the info you show on Google services. Learn how to choose what info you share.
- Payments & subscriptions
Find your payment methods, transactions, recurring payments, prepaid plans, and reservations. Learn about managing purchases.
Under "Services on this device" scroll down and tap the service you want. For example:
Opt out of ad personalization or reset your advertising ID. Learn how to control the ads you're shown.
- Connected apps
Manage apps connected to your Google Account, like those with Google Sign-In permissions. Learn about sharing your data with apps.
- Device phone number
Manage how Google uses your phone's number to help people connect with you. Learn how to change how your phone's number gets verified.
- Google Fit
Find or disconnect apps and phones connected to Google Fit. Learn how to manage Google Fit settings.
Manage location settings. Learn how to manage Location History.
- Search, Assistant & Voice
Manage settings and preferences for your Google Assistant and Google app. Learn about your Google Assistant.
- Find my device
Manage settings for remotely locating and erasing a lost phone. Learn how to find, lock, or erase a lost phone.
Clear app data
If an app isn't made by Google, you can delete its app data from your Google Account. On your main Google Settings screen, tap More Clear app data. .
Usage & diagnostics
You can send information to Google about how you use your device and how it's working. Sharing this information can help Google improve Android for everyone. On your main Google Settings screen, tap More Usage & diagnostics. Learn about sharing information to improve Android.