- Scroll down to “Your Devices” and click “Manage Devices.”
- You’ll see the list of devices your Google account is signed in to.
- Click on your missing device.
- Under “Account Access,” click the “Remove” button.
Sign Out One Gmail Account Not Others
What happens when you change your password. After changing or resetting your password, you’ll be signed out everywhere except for devices that keep track of whether it’s afterward (like, say, an ATM) and some third-party apps full of useful information.
Messages that are deleted on your phone still live on the Gmail server, and vice versa. This means you’ll have to delete them manually from both places if you want to be sure they’re gone for good.
In Gmail, open your “Sent” folder. Locate any messages that you want to recall and replace, making sure they are read rather than unread. In the Actions panel of Gmail’s main screen (in the left-hand toolbar), find “Other actions” > Recall this message”, then choose between removing both read copies of that recalled message or replacing it with a new message.
Go to Accounts and then choose Google from the drop-down menu. Delete an account by going to Settings > Account > Google, selecting the account to be deleted, and pressing OK. Yes, you may delete a user account on your Android device only. You can only remove an Android user account.
Go to your phone’s Settings menu, then Accounts, and Google. You’ll see a list of all of your devices’ Google accounts. Tap the one you want to remove; when it opens, tap the options icon in the top right corner of your phone, then choose “remove.”