It’s a fairly common thing for you to have unwanted Google search history on your device.
But what if you just don’t want it?
Here’s how to remove your search history from your device and stop Google from tracking your search behavior.1.
Set your search settings.2.
Add a Google search.3.
Tap Search History.4.
Under Search History, tap the Google button at the bottom.5.
Under History, select Remove Search History to remove search history.
You can then uninstall your unwanted Google history on the fly.
If you have trouble removing unwanted Google searches, there are some things you can do to help prevent them from happening in the first place.
If your search activity is flagged in your Google search results, it could indicate that you have the app installed on your phone.
If that’s the case, you may want to disable the app from the device, and instead install a third-party app to remove Google’s tracking.
If it’s a legitimate Google app, you can tap the “remove” button at any time to remove the unwanted search history, but the app will keep tracking for the rest of your device’s life.
The same is true if you’re using Google Search, but you’re logged in with an administrator account.
For that, you’ll need to remove that account.
If you’re logging in with a password, the app may also track your search queries.
For most users, the search history is nothing more than junk, but if you have unwanted searches on your Google account, you should set a flag in your settings that tells the app to no longer collect your search data.
If the app hasn’t been removed, Google will still collect your data.
If this doesn’t work, you might be able to turn off search history in the settings of your Google app.
The app will still retain your search terms, but it won’t keep tracking your searches.
You can do that by going to Settings > General > Search History and changing the flag to the “disable” option.
You’ll then have to go back to your settings to turn them back on again.2 of 10Next page: How to Remove Google Analytics, Google Search Ads, and Google Play Games From Your Device