LG V30 users, have you experience the situation in which where you’re saving your mobile data for important occurrences then upon checking, not a single bit was left. The most common reason this event occurs is that your applications are automatically updating using your mobile data. To prevent this from happening, we will be teaching you how to disable the automatic updates for the applications on your LG V30.
The process of activating or deactivating the automatic app update of your LG V30’s is quite quick and easy. This will help you save a lot of data on your phone for important events, and also help you save a lot of battery since when your applications updates automatically, it silently drains your battery as well. The great news is that you’ll also have the option whether you want to automatically update these applications over WiFi connection only. So without further ado, here are the steps in activating or deactivating the automatic app updates on your LG V30.
Enabling or Disabling Automatic App Updates
Either way, whether you want it to be activated or deactivated, the process in doing it should be done first on the Play Store. Here are the steps:
- Open your smartphone
- Head to the Play Store
- Press the Menu button located in the upper left part of your screen. (3-line icon beside the Play Store)
- Once you’ve tapped it, a menu will appear. Look for the “Settings” option
- A dropdown list will appear. Choose “Auto-update apps”
- Under this option, you’re able to choose whether you want to “Automatically update apps” or “Do not auto-update apps”
It’s essential to know that deactivating the automatic update app on your LG V30 will result for your phone to be bombarded with new updates for your phone’s applications, which can be annoying to some LG V30 users.
Is it good to enable the LG V30 Auto Application Update?
The verdict is up to you. If you are a newbie Android user or a casual user only, we suggest to leave it on. It’ll stop constant notifications to update apps. It will also prevent app malfunctions from being out-of-date. If you choose to keep auto-update enabled, you may not notice what features in the app are new. The downside of leaving it ON is that you won’t be informed of the newest app updates. We think this is a less of a problem for well-known applications like YouTube, Facebook or any games that you play on your LG V30.