How to Delete LG Q7 Gmail Account
Are you the owner of a new LG Q7? The choice is always yours when it comes to experimenting and if you don’t want your Gmail address and emails anymore, you can remove them from your Google Account. Well, you know that deleting them won’t delete your entire Google Account as this is a different story. Maybe you have multiple accounts on Gmail and you would like to get rid of a few or you simply discovered an email app you like better than Gmail.
None of these scenarios should turn into a problem. You can delete a Google Gmail account and all the messages in it. In fact, you don’t have to tell me any reasons for wanting to quit Gmail. I am not here to ask, I’ll just show you how to do it, but first of all, are you sure that this is what you really want? Once the account is deleted, there is no way to get it back.
You won’t be able to use a service, such as G-mail or Facebook, you used the account to sign in to and like it or not, you will most likely lose the data which is connected to your account, including records, photos or emails. Well, the messages will be deleted permanently too. You can no longer access them in Gmail. However, if you downloaded a copy, via Google Takeout or using an email program, you can still use these messages, of course.
This procedure is applicable for LG Q7. In case of owning another handset, but you want to perform this operation, don’t hesitate to ask for assistance.
How to Delete LG Q7 Gmail Account:
- For the start, from the Home screen swipe down and tap the Settings gear icon;
- After that, scroll down to the Customization section;
- Now, you must tap on Accounts;
- Then, tap Google;
- You will see a menu that offers you to synchronize your Google account to your data, calendar, and so on. Here, you have to tap on the three dots menu on the top right of the screen, and select the option that says Remove account;
- At that point, a new window will open asking you if you really want to delete your account. Tap Remove account;
- Then, your Gmail account and all related services to that account will be removed from your device.
As for those still waiting to buy this handset, let me remind you that LG Q7 may arrive in the US soon, as an Android One variant on T-Mobile. Stay tuned for more details as I’ll keep an eye on things.