Manage your Android Devices on Google Playstore: Many of us may have more than one Android Device signed with their Google account. Means One person might have a Android Tablet and An Android Smartphone Phone, or some might have more than one Android phone or so. There are times we might want to know with how many devices we accessed our Play store account or sometimes we might wonder if an android app from the play store may support/compatible on your other devices or not. This post gives you information on Renaming devices in playstore, Managing the Visibility and Compatibility of Devices in Google Playstore (Manage your Android Devices on Google Playstore)
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- 1 Manage your Android Devices on Google Playstore :
Manage your Android Devices on Google Playstore :
View All The Devices You have used to Access Playstore
If you want to know from how many devices you have accessed your Google play store account, you can simply view it from the settings page in the playstore.
Go to your playstore account and click on the Gear Icon on the top right corner of the webpage. In that click on the “Settings” option. — Gear Icon > settings
This will give you a list named “My devices” (The devices with which you accessed your Google Playstore account).
Rename Your Android Device in Google Play Store
Click on “Edit” option to Rename your Devices and After Renaming Click on “Update” to save the Changes.
Know That whether An app is Compatible with all your devices or not?
If you have used more than one android device you can easily notice it when you are trying to download some app from Google play store. Below the Install button for every Android app in playstore a notification link is present which gives the compatibility information of the app with your devices, whether the app is compatible with your device or not.
Click on the notification , it will give you a drop down menu, showing the compatibility of the app with all your devices. “Tick mark” infront of a device name means the app is compatible with that device. While “Cross mark” means the app is not compatible for your device.
Change the Visibility of Your Devices In App Compatibility Notification Link
you can change their visibility, Whether it should be shown in the notification that if it support the app or not, by Enabling and disabling the checkmarks in the settings pane.
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