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How to stop Auto Update Apps on Android Device

By defaults, automatic updates application are enabled on the Android device. So, whenever your phone or tablet connects to the internet, the system checks for available updates and install them automatically. Having this feature is enabled is a great way to ensure that your applications are always up to date

But the problem is not everyone can have a mobile data plan that can support automatically updating applications on their Android device.

To get rid of this problem, Google has added an option to enable or disable applications auto-update on the Android market, and the ability to update only when the user is on Wi-Fi. Here, I'll show you how:

  • First Open the Google Play Store on your phone or tablet
  • Press the "Menu" button and select "Settings."
Press the "Auto-Update Applications" in the Settings menu.

Now, a dialog box appears with three options. Do not choose  automatic apps update to prevent applications to automatically update.
Done! Now your application will only update when you update manually. If you have a Wi-Fi connection, you can select applications automatic update via WiFi only keep your updates without burdening your data plan applications.

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