We tend to log into our accounts on different devices and platforms, but that’s not safe to do if it’s not your personal phone or laptop. Sometimes we don’t bother logging out since it’s a hassle and not everyone can remember so many passwords and usernames all at once. If you share a computer with your siblings or roommates, there’s always a fear of somebody going through your emails or personal data. If you have a lot of important and personal stuff stored in your Google account, and can’t seem to access it from a certain device you forgot to log out from, then we’ve got a way for you to log out of Android devices remotely.
Steps to Log out of Android devices remotely
- Go to google.com/security from a web browser
- Scroll down to Recently Used Devices and click on Review Devices
- You will see a list of all the devices you’ve used to log into your Google account
- Tap on any of these devices to expand
- You can view your last activity on this device, along with its model, location and type of browser
- You will see a red colored button named Remove, next to Account Access
- Click on Remove to revoke access from that device
- Select Remove once again for confirmation, and you’re all done!
It’s as easy as that to log out of Android devices remotely. You don’t need to worry about other people accessing your account if you forgot to log out of somewhere.