How to change gmail password

Changing Gmail password may seem difficult, but it is a good way to protect yourself from possible hacks, and with some simple steps it can be done, here is how to change Gmail password on iPhone and Android

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How to change your gmail password on iphone

1. Open the Gmail app or download it from the Apple App Store, if you don't already have it.

2. In the upper-right corner of the screen, tap your profile picture or initial.

3. Tap on "Google Account," which may also appear as "Manage Google Account," depending on the version of the app you're using.

4. Click on Personal Information at the top of the screen.

5. In the Basic Information section, tap on Password, you may be asked to sign in again with your current password.

6. Enter your new password twice, as directed, and then select Change Password.

How to change your Gmail password on Android

1. Launch the app titled "Settings" on your smartphone.

2. Navigate to your Google account by clicking on the Google logo.
3. Navigate to the top of the page and choose Manage your Google Account.
4. Select Security from the menu that appears at the top of the screen.
5. Under Signing in to Google, tap on Password; in order to go to the following step, you may be required to first sign in to your account.
6. When asked, enter the new password you would want to use.
7. Select the option to change your password.

What happens after changing the Gmail password?

You should be aware that if you change your password, you will be logged out of this account in the majority of locations, and you will be required to re-enter your revised password in order to regain access.

Nevertheless, the sign-out policy does allow for a few exemptions; you will not be required to sign out in the following locations:
• The tools that you use to establish your identification before logging in to a service.
• Particular electronic gadgets that run third-party software and to which you have granted access to your account.
• Electronics in your home to which you have already authorized account access in the past.

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