If you have every experienced your smartphone is going crazy to automatic updating Google play store apps, we understand you will feel very disturbing because your data allowance evaporating into thin air.
Luckily, this problem is existing, but it is also easy to resolve. Here, we will show you how you can stop android apps from updating automatically so that Google play store only updates when and how you want it to.
Generally, Android apps you have installed on your smartphone will download updates automatically in order to improve security and performance on your device. Normally, this looks good, but on other side it slow down your android smartphone, these apps will consumed your mobile data and intrept to do other things. This is why manual update is good option to encounter this issue.
How you can disable auto-update Apps in Google Play
1. Open the Google Play Store and tap on the navigation drawer. Then you must choose Settings.
2. In the Play Store settings, tap “Auto-update” apps.
3. You will see three options (which can be changed at any time): Do not auto-update apps, Auto-update apps at any time. Data charges may apply, and Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi only.
4. Choose the 1st one.
Note that this means you will always need to manually update all apps in the future. If you still want apps to update automatically, just not on your data connection, select Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi only.