Today we are going to show you how to disable automatic updates for Android apps from the Play Store.
In this way, you will be the one who decides when you want the applications to be updated, and you will not find that they start to do it just when it is most annoying.
We are going to do everything in the options of the official Android application store called “Google play Store.“
In it you can configure the automatic updates to be done at any time, only when there is Wi-Fi, or directly so that they do not jump automatically.
Turn off automatic updates
The first thing you have to do is enter Google Play on your Android mobile, the application store.
- Just open the Play Store application on your Android phone or tablet.
- Tap the menu button in the upper left (the three horizontal stripes button).
- Click “Update applications automatically”
- Then Select the option “Do not update apps automatically”
- tap on the “Done” button.
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