How Do I Disable Google Play Store?

Open Settings. Tap on accounts. Tap on Remove Account. Tap Password and Security Pattern. Enter your password and security pattern.

Can I disable Google Play?

Method 1: Go to Settings > Applications > All, Select Google Play Services and Disable it by scrolling down, then Confirm the disable by scrolling down. Method 2: If the Disable Check box is inactive, please go to Settings > Security > Android Device Managment and uncheck the Android Device Manager.

Can I uninstall Google Play store?

Google Play is similar to the Apple App Store or the iTunes.

How do I disable Google Play Store app?

To uninstall an app from the Play Store, tap the profile icon at the top right and select “Manage apps & devices. You’ll see all the apps that you have installed on your device. Select the one you want to uninstall and select the “Uninstall” button.

Should I disable Google Play services?

Some of the services rely on the need for the services that they provide to be on-line. They may not work if the internet connection is down.

Should I disable Google app?

Google has disabled the Google Play Store for now, but some apps aren’t affected.

Can I uninstall Play store updates?

You won’t be able to remove Play Store updates on your device just by uninstalling them. You will get an error message saying that the installation has failed. However, all apps are automatically updated as soon as an update is available. So don’t worry, you can’t stop Android apps from updating, but that’s a good thing because most apps are updated at least once a day.

Will this theme work on a Samsung device?

You can’t use it on Samsung phones, use the Themer by Chainfire, but I would suggest you to take a look at the Play Store and to install this app as it will let you remove the Google app completely and so you will not have to use the Galaxy app to apply themes.

Can I use this on other ROMs / devices?

Yes, if you use Android Open Source Project (AOSP) based ROM, then you can apply this theme to it. If it’s not based on AOSP and uses some other custom framework for example like TouchWiz or Sense, then only parts of this theme may be available, nothing more. That’s usually due to how overlays work in those frameworks compared to AOSP. In any case, I cannot guarantee support for such systems either from my side since there are no test devices available aside from stock firmware ROM which provides a baseline experience rather than an actual one.

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