Most users install apps and applications from the Google Play Store on their Samsung Galaxy S22, S22+ or S22 Ultra. Apps receive updates at regular intervals and the Google Play Store automatically updates them on your smartphone.

If you don't want to have automatic app updates, but want to determine yourself when an update should be performed, then we would like to show you here how you can disable Automatic App Updates:

Here's how to stop app updates from being installed automatically via the Google Play Store

Disable Auto-Updates  - Google Play Store

1. Open the Google Play Store on the Samsung Galaxy S22. 


2. Navigate to your profile picture on the top right, usually your initials, and then select "Settings" in the next menu.

3. Continue to "Network settings" and then click on "Automatically update apps".

4.Now set the check mark to "Don't update apps automatically".

From now on, your installed apps will no longer be updated automatically on the Samsung Galaxy S22, but you will now have to update them yourself. To do this, check regularly if new app versions are available.

Manually check for new app updates on the Samsung Galaxy S22.

To do this, open the Google Play Store and then select your profile picture in the top right again. Next, go to "Manage apps and devices". Select "Install App Updates" and you will see for which apps an update is available.

Via "Update all" you can now update all apps or manually select only individual Apps.

You now know the option to not have app updates installed automatically on the Samsung Galaxy S22.





 

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Manuel has been involved with technology for more than 15 years, especially with mobile phones, smartphones and PC systems and shares his passion here in this blog. If he can help someone with a technical problem, he is especially happy about it.

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