- At the bottom right, select the time.
- Select Settings . in the “People” section, select Sync and Google services.
- Select Data from Chrome sync.
- At the bottom, select Reset sync.
How to delete your Google Chrome sync data (step-by-step)
How to Delete Your Google Account Data
To remove Google Sync, go to the “Accounts & Privacy” section on your Android device and tap “Google.” Tap “Google Account,” then tap “Remove account.
If you are syncing your email to Gmail, then the data is stored in the cloud. You can delete this data by clicking on the cogwheel icon in the top right corner of your Gmail inbox. This will open up a menu where you can select “Settings.” From there, click on “Accounts and Import” and then “Connected Apps.” Scroll down to find the app that you want to remove, and click on it.
To delete synced history, go to the Chrome settings and click “manage synced data” under Google Drive. From there, you can delete any history that you no longer want to be synced.
Google Sync data is stored in the following locations Sync history, which includes all of your sync settings, are stored on Google servers. Synced contacts are stored on your phone’s contact list. Synced calendars are saved to your phone’s calendar app.
If you turn off Google sync, your contacts will not be synced across devices. If you turn off your Google Sync, your phone will stop automatically syncing with your Gmail account. This means that any new emails you receive will not be downloaded to your phone until you manually open the app and sync it. If you have a lot of unread emails in your Gmail inbox, this could take some time.
If you are on a Windows computer, the easiest way to turn off auto sync is to go to the Control Panel and click on System and Security. From there, click on Sync Center and then click on Turn off automatic syncing.