If you are using phone or tablet Android, you know that your default Google Account plays an important role as it decides how to connect to many applications, especially in Google applications. If you are interested, you can change the default Google account on Android.
Generally, adding Google accounts to a device Android is easy, but there is a small process for setting one of these as the default. The default account is the account you first logged in with that you set up your device.
Suppose you are connected to two Google accounts on your Android device. First, you should log out of your current default account.
- To get started, go to Settings, go down and find them settings for “Google".
- Your default Google Account will appear in top of the screen. Click on arrow (located below your name) to display a list of all your accounts.
- Then press “Manage accounts on this device".
- You will see a list of all the accounts you have logged in to on your Android device. Find your default account and select it.
- Click on “Account removal".
- Click on “Account removal”In the pop-up message confirmation.
Caution! Deleting the account deletes everything messages, contacts and more data located on the Android phone or tablet. For some data there are copies security in your account, so you can have access to them when you log in again.
When you confirm, the account will be removed from your list and your device. Press the arrow in the upper left corner to return to the settings Google.
Open your list of accounts again and press “Add another account".
Once you confirm that it's you (with a fingerprint or password), a Google login page will appear. Follow the steps on the screen and enter them credentials for the account you want to add.
It may take a few minutes. Once the process is complete, you will have a new default Google Account on Android smartphone or your tablet!