You are able to get the new Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus anywhere in the world but people have some questions about the functions of the phone. There are apps that you need to update from the Google Play Store when you initially get your Galaxy S8. However, you will need to update more apps once time passes by because more apps will show up that need to be updated. This may become a hassle to you in the future as you are getting multiple notifications that will pop up. We will show you how you can disable or manage automatic apps that need to be updated on Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus.
There are a few steps that you can use in order to not get notifications constantly about apps that you do not want to see all the time.
If you don’t want the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus updating apps on its own, or don’t want to be bothered by tons of notifications to update apps on a daily basis, we have a few easy ways to stop it. We will show you a detailed way you can use in order to locate and change the settings in your Google Play Store that will give you complete control of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus. You can use this when you have just acquired an Android smartphone and you have not done this before or that you have just switched smartphone device such as the iPhone.
Apps will update on your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus automatically because that is the default settings that come out of the box and is most likely the simplest way to use. However, some people want to be in control of this option because they want to know the details of the update and decide if they want to update it. The reason for this is because they want to know how much memory is being used or how it is changing. Apps will even have an icon that will show on your home screen by the Google Play Store automatically. However, you will be able to turn this feature off in the settings easily by following the tips below.
It is up to the users to make the changes that wish to do because everyone has their own preferences and wants. Take a look at the following steps to learn how you can take full control below.
Keep in mind that this setting is not a part of the large settings list that is inside of the Galaxy S8. It is a change that you can make in the Google Play Store that we can get games, music, and apps. You can get to the Google Play Store by clicking the icon that is on the home screen or you can find it by locating the app tray.
You should click on the top menu button to the left once you are at the Google Play Store. This will be right next to the search bar and then go down to the Settings. You will be able to change what you need in the Google Play Store menu for the settings.
The Google Play Store has the same general settings. You will initially see “Auto-update apps” and you click on this option. Once you are past this step, follow along what works for you best. Apps will automatically update over Wi-Fi by default and this should be kept on because you do not want apps to update using your data as your data plan can quickly run out since certain games can use a lot of that up. If this is not for you, click on the option of “Do not auto-update apps”.
What this feature will mean is that you will know what apps need to updated constantly which will show in the notification bar at the top instead of have having to update it by themselves. This will give you the option to be more in control of when you can check the change logs, stop updates, what’s new, and what is being updated. You will not need to change anything if you wish to keep the old version of the feature.
It is recommended that you should keep the option to have your apps updated over Wi-Fi rather than data so you can save data usage. But you looking at this because you want to change it so just click on do not auto update. You will be able to uncheck the feature that shows which apps have been downloaded on the home screen automatically. This feature is not for everyone and you can always decide that this feature is not for you.