Whenever you pair your Google Account with your device, Google Play keeps adding devices you have used to the Play Store either you are currently using it or not. Thus, the things get little crowded when you buy a new smartphone. Sometimes you cannot download or access apps from Google Play Store on newly bought gadget because Google considered your older devices as a chief. At the time, deleting old Android devices from Google Play Store would be the better option.
Keeping the current devices on Google Play Store device list is the great idea to use Google’s services without any disturbance. Well, here we will show you a simple step-by-step process to remove old Android devices from Play Store list. Let’s start the guide!
How to Remove Old Android Devices from Play Store
Note: This trick will work only with Google Play Store website on your PC. So, do not try on your mobile phone.
Step #1. Go to play.google.com/store on your PC. If you are not logged with Google Account, click on “Sign in” at the top right corner of the window and sing in.
Step #2. Now, click on ‘Settings icon’ on the right side of your screen.
Step #3. Next, Select Settings from the options.
Step #4. Under Email Preferences, you will find “My Devices”. Over here you will see seven columns which are Nickname, Visibility, Maker, Model, Operator, Last Used, Registered On. Under the Visibility column, you need to untick all the devices which you are not using and keep the tick next to the device or devices you are currently using.
Note: You can only Untick the device so that you get the apps on your current device only, you cannot permanently remove your older devices from this list. Remember, if you are currently using more than one device then make sure that you choose the right device while downloading any new app.
You can even edit the names of your devices by giving them some cool names. Just click on ‘Edit’ button on each tab and then you will be able to change your device’s name under “Nickname” column.
This is the easiest way to remove your old Android devices from Google store list so that next time you don’t face a problem while downloading any app. Hope you have got a proper solution from this article. We wish you will give your feedback here in the comments section or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.