Google Play Music’s last update let user to discard the Android app


Google gave enough warnings and statements to transfer the data to YouTube Music before officially eliminating its Play Music service. Now that the app has become scrap still, it seems that the platform requires one last update that will let users discard the Android app completely. Even for those who have migrated the particulars, this update is essential to permanently hide/delete the app.

Google Play Music

Must see: How to install TWRP recovery and Root OnePlus 8 using Magisk

As you know, many Android smartphones come pre-installed with Gapps that include the Play Music app. Ultimately, there is no way to uninstall it, despite the service is no longer available to the users. However, this is not going to be an issue anymore, as with this final update, the users will be able to hide the app and all data associated with it.

Though, there are devices that allow users to easily uninstall the Play Music app. But those who can’t do it should tap tap the “Hide app” and/or “Delete all local data” options after updating Google Play Music via Play Store.

Once both of these options are selected, the Play Music app will no longer be able to run on your smartphone. Plus, there will be no trace left as it will no longer appear in the app drawer as well.

Read more: Google Pixel’s devices performance seems to bump up with April 2021 security update
Previous articleSamsung Galaxy A71 gets April 2021 Security patch update
Next articleGuide to install Android 12 Emojis on any Rooted Android Smartphone
"Do anything, but let it produce joy" Excited about technology, Android lover. If not writing, you will probably find me traveling.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here