When you are using Google Apps and Services, you get an option to choose trusted devices, and doing this allows Google to remember the device you’ve signed with. Doing this allows users to bypass additional security options like 2 step verification when they log in again from the same device.
However, if you’ve added too many trusted devices to your Google Account or you’ve sold a trusted device to someone else then removing it from your Google Account becomes important. Hence in this guide, we are going to show you How to remove trusted devices from your Google Account. Without waiting further, let’s get started.
How to remove trusted devices from your Google Account
For PCs and Mobile Browsers
- Open a Web Browser of your choice and type the following link in your address bar. You can also visit it directly by clicking here.
- Log in to the Google Account from which you want to remove trusted devices.
- Click on the Security tab from your left and search for the Signing into Google section.
- Click on 2-Step Verification and continue with the process.
- Under the Devices you trust section click on Revoke All and press the Ok button.
Have a look at the screenshots below to see how it’s done.
- Bring up the Settings app on your Android Smartphone or Tablet and go to Google -> Manage your Google Account.
- Head to Security settings by tapping on the Security tab.
- Under the Signing in to Google section, tap on the 2 Step Verification option.
- Under Devices you trust, tap Revoke all.
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