- There are a few steps you can take to try and fix this issue.
- First, make sure that you’re using the correct Microsoft account on your device.
- Next, make sure that you’re following the steps in the Microsoft account removal guide correctly.
- Finally, make sure that you’ve tried all of the other possible solutions listed in that guide.
How to Remove Device From Microsoft account Step By Step
Remove/Add Any Device from your Microsoft Account | EASY [GUIDE]
To find out which devices are using your Microsoft account, go to the Settings app on your device and under Accounts, select Your Microsoft Account. You’ll see a list of all the devices that are signed in with your account.
To remove a registered device from Microsoft authenticator, sign in to the Microsoft Authenticator website and click on the Remove a Device button.
There are a few reasons why you may not be able to remove your Microsoft account from your PC. If you have an account with a Microsoft services like Office 365, Xbox Live, or Skype, then you may not be able to delete it because those services are tied to that account. Additionally, some features on your PC may require that you have a Microsoft account in order to use them.
To remove a device from your Microsoft account at school, you will need to follow these steps:
Sign in to your Microsoft account.
Under “My devices,” select the device you want to remove from your account.
On the right side of the page, under “Remove device,” click Remove device.
If prompted to confirm your removal, click Remove device again.
If you want to remove a linked device from your Microsoft account, first sign in to your account. From the main menu, select Accounts and then select Manage linked devices. On the linked devices page, select the device you want to remove and click Remove.