What your Android apps can see



Back up and restore your app data


By default, automatic backup and restore of Android app data is turned on.This way, if you move to a new Chromebook, you can restore your Android appdata.To turn backup and restore on or off: 1. At the bottom right, select the time. 2. Select Settings . 3. In the ‘Google Play Store’ section, select Google Play Store. 4. Select Manage Android preferences. 5. In the ‘Personal’ section, select Back up my data. 6. To turn data backup off, move the switch from right to left. To turn it on, move the switch from left to right.Note: If your Chromebook has syncing turned off, but backup and restore turnedon, it will still back up your Android apps. But if you have more than oneChromebook, your Android apps and their data might not sync across yourChromebooks fully.Learn how Chrome OS handles your Android app data

What your Android apps can see


* Android apps can download files to and read files from your Chromebook’s downloads location. You can change this by opening an app’s permissions page, then turning off the Storage permission. * Some Android apps that have permission to see your location might also access Bluetooth on your Chromebook. * If you’re browsing in incognito mode and you open an app, then right click to open a link in that app, you’ll leave incognito mode. * If you turn off the Google Play Store on your Chromebook, all data and settings for your Android apps will be erased from your device. * You can review other privacy and security settings which come with using Android apps. Remember: some of the settings described in these links might not apply or appear on your Chromebook.

What Google can see


When you opt in to using the Google Play Store, some system apps and featuresmay send Google information about how you use those apps.If you’ve opted to send Google data about your Chromebook’s usage andperformance, Google will also get diagnostic and usage data about your Androidapps’ activities by default, as well as crash reports. Any crash reports thatChrome sends to Google may also include some sensitive information about yourAndroid apps.

Back up and restore your app data


By default, automatic backup and restore of Android app data is turned on.This way, if you move to a new Chromebook, you can restore your Android appdata.To turn backup and restore on or off: 1. At the bottom right, select the time. 2. Select Settings . 3. In the “Google Play Store” section, select Google Play Store. 4. Select Manage Android preferences. 5. In the “Personal” section, select Back up my data. 6. To turn data backup off, move the switch from right to left. To turn it on, move the switch from left to right.Note: If your Chromebook has syncing turned off, but backup and restore turnedon, it will still back up your Android apps. But if you have more than oneChromebook, your Android apps and their data might not sync across yourChromebooks fully.Learn how Chrome OS handles your Android app data

What your Android apps can see


* Android apps can download files to and read files from your Chromebook’s downloads location. You can change this by opening an app’s permissions page, then turning off the Storage permission. * Some Android apps that have permission to see your location might also access Bluetooth on your Chromebook. * If you’re browsing in incognito mode and you open an app, then right click to open a link in that app, you’ll leave incognito mode. * If you turn off the Google Play Store on your Chromebook, all data and settings for your Android apps will be erased from your device. * You can review other privacy and security settings which come with using Android apps. Remember: some of the settings described in these links might not apply or appear on your Chromebook.

What Google can see


When you opt in to using the Google Play Store, some system apps and featuresmay send Google information about how you use those apps.If you’ve opted to send Google data about your Chromebook’s usage andperformance, Google will also get diagnostic and usage data about your Androidapps’ activities by default, as well as crash reports. Any crash reportsChrome sends to Google may also include some sensitive information about yourAndroid apps.

Back up and restore your app data


By default, automatic backup and restore of Android app data is turned on.This way, if you move to a new Chromebook, you can restore your Android appdata.To turn backup and restore on or off: 1. At the bottom right, select the time. 2. Select Settings . 3. In the “Google Play Store” section, select Google Play Store. 4. Select Manage Android preferences. 5. In the “Personal” section, select Back up my data. 6. To turn data backup off, move the switch from right to left. To turn it on, move the switch from left to right.Note: If your Chromebook has syncing turned off, but backup and restore turnedon, it will still back up your Android apps. But if you have more than oneChromebook, your Android apps and their data might not sync across yourChromebooks fully.Learn how Chrome OS handles your Android app data

What your Android apps can see


* Android apps can download files to and read files from your Chromebook’s downloads location. You can change this by opening an app’s permissions page, then turning off the Storage permission. * Some Android apps that have permission to see your location might also access Bluetooth on your Chromebook. * If you’re browsing in incognito mode and you open an app, then right click to open a link in that app, you’ll leave incognito mode. * If you turn off the Google Play Store on your Chromebook, all data and settings for your Android apps will be erased from your device. * You can review other privacy and security settings which come with using Android apps. Remember: some of the settings described in these links might not apply or appear on your Chromebook.

What Google can see


When you opt in to using the Google Play Store, some system apps and featuresmay send Google information about how you use those apps.If you’ve opted to send Google data about your Chromebook’s usage andperformance, Google will also get diagnostic and usage data about your Androidapps’ activities by default, as well as crash reports. Any crash reportsChrome sends to Google may also include some sensitive information about yourAndroid apps.

Back up and restore your app data


By default, automatic backup and restore of Android app data is turned on.This way, if you move to a new Chromebook, you can restore your Android appdata.To turn backup and restore on or off: 1. At the bottom right, select the time. 2. Select Settings . 3. In the “Google Play Store” section, select Google Play Store. 4. Select Manage Android preferences. 5. In the “Personal” section, select Back up my data. 6. To turn data backup off, move the switch from right to left. To turn it on, move the switch from left to right.Note: If your Chromebook has syncing turned off, but backup and restore turnedon, it will still back up your Android apps. But if you have more than oneChromebook, your Android apps and their data might not sync across yourChromebooks fully.Learn how Chrome OS handles your Android app data

What your Android apps can see


* Android apps can download files to and read files from your Chromebook’s downloads location. You can change this by opening an app’s permissions page, then turning off the Storage permission. * Some Android apps that have permission to see your location might also access Bluetooth on your Chromebook. * If you’re browsing in incognito mode and you open an app, then right click to open a link in that app, you’ll leave incognito mode. * If you turn off the Google Play Store on your Chromebook, all data and settings for your Android apps will be erased from your device. * You can review other privacy and security settings which come with using Android apps. Remember: some of the settings described in these links might not apply or appear on your Chromebook.

What Google can see


When you opt in to using the Google Play Store, some system apps and featuresmay send Google information about how you use those apps.If you’ve opted to send Google data about your Chromebook’s usage andperformance, Google will also get diagnostic and usage data about your Androidapps’ activities by default, as well as crash reports. Any crash reportsChrome sends to Google may also include some sensitive information about yourAndroid apps.

Set up Play Store and run Android apps on your Chromebook


When you try to open up Play Store on your Chromebook for the first time, youwill notice that it’s not opening up. Well, you will first have to enableAndroid apps in Chrome OS settings to start using it. To do it, just head toSettings and check “Enable Android apps to run on your Chromebook“.Note: You have to be logged in a Chromebook’s administrator account to enablethis option and run Android apps.Once done, you can click on the Play Store icon and set it up, like you wouldon a brand new Android device. After the set up, the Play Store should open upand you can start installing apps.

Update Android apps automatically


1. Open the Google Play Store app . 2. At the top right, tap the profile icon. 3. Tap Settings Network Preferences Auto-update apps. 4. Select an option: * Over any network to update apps using either Wi-Fi or mobile data. * Over Wi-Fi only to update apps only when connected to Wi-Fi.Note: If an account on your device has a sign-in error, apps may not updateautomatically.

Update Android apps manually


To update apps individually or in bulk using the Google Play Store app on yourmobile device: 1. Open the Google Play Store app . 2. At the top right, tap the profile icon. 3. Tap Manage apps & device. Apps with an update available are labeled “Update available.” You can also search for a specific app. 4. Tap Update.Tips: * When some apps get updated, they require new permissions. You may get a notification that asks whether you accept the new permissions. * To update an app, sometimes you must restart your device.How Do I Fix Android System Update Failed To Install?”

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