Have you set up a Google/Facebook/Twitter account that you no longer want on your Android? There’s an easy way to remove it, and we’ll show you how.

KEEP IN MIND: Not all Android phones are the same. Some will have more steps required to complete each task, others will have less. At AndroidGuys, we will do our best to walk you through each task as well as we can.


First, head to the Settings menu, and scroll down until you see the Accounts tab. Find the account that you’d like to delete, and select it. In this example, we’re going to delete a Twitter account.

Remove accounts

Once there, head to the Options menu (three vertical dots), and select “Remove account”. It will prompt you to confirm your decision, and all you need to do is press ‘OK’.

And… you’re all done! The account has been removed from your device, and you can go on your merry way.

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