Recovering Google account from another Android phone is possible in a few steps. The feature allows the user to regain access to the services offered by the company on another smartphone without losing any files, and is useful in case of theft or loss of the cell phone. To do this, it is necessary to disconnect the Google account from the old device, and in some cases it is recommended to change the recovery number and change the password before registering the login on a new smartphone.
With your Google account, you can sync data and files in the cloud, as well as access company services like Gmail, YouTube, Hangouts, Photos, Maps, Play Store, Drive and more. Check out, in the following tutorial, how to recover Google account from another phone and set it up on a new smartphone.
How to disconnect Google account from another phone
Step 1. On your computer, open a browser and access the address (myaccount.google.com);
Step 2. Then, tap “Login” in the upper right corner of the screen;
Step 3. After logging into your account, in the left corner of the screen, tap on “Security”. Then scroll down the page until you find “Your devices”. Then, press “Manage devices”;
Step 4. Choose which cell phone you want to remove from the account. Then, touch the three vertical dots located above the device. To finish, tap “Exit”.
How to change the recovery number on your Google account
Step 1. If your old phone has been stolen or lost, and you no longer have access to your old number, you need to change your Google account recovery number. Still at (myaccount.google.com), in the left navigation panel, tap on “Security”;
Step 2. On the page, look for “Recovery phone” and tap again;