Here, I explain to enable or Disable Auto Update Android Apps and also you can control your Android auto updates apps in Google Play and also control it with a global setting or a setting for individual apps and see below Steps for enabling and disable Auto Update for Android apps.

How to Enable or Disable Auto Update Android Apps

Auto Update Android Apps

Step 1: Open the Play Store app.

Step 2: Press the Menu button located at the upper-left corner.

Step 3: Select Settings.

Step 4: Select Auto-update apps.

Step 5: Choose do not auto-update apps.

Step 6: After Some devices option to update on Wi-Fi only as well.

Step 7: Done.

Setting for Individual App

Here, set the auto-update setting for individual apps to follow Steps.

Step 1: Open the Google Play app.

Step 2: Press the Menu button located at the upper-left corner.

Step 3: Choose My apps.

Step 4: Select the app you wish to modify.

Step 5: Press the Menu button located at the upper-right corner of the screen.

Step 6: Check or uncheck the Auto-update selection.

Step 7: Now you are complete control of when your Android apps get updated.

Step 8: After you can visit a list of installed apps on Google Play.

Step 9: Done.

Using Samsung Devices

Here, use of Samsung Galaxy device like Note8 and here some app updating may be controlled by Samsung Apps see below Steps.

Step 1: Open Home screen to slide up your apps.

Step 2: Open the Samsung folder.

Step 3: After then open Galaxy Apps.

Step 4: Select at the upper-right corner of the screen.

Step 5: Choose Settings.

Step 6: Select Auto-update apps.

Step 7: Done.

Here, competed for a guide for How to Enable or Disable Auto Update Android Apps and you read this guide very helpful for you.

 

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