joball70: Also, go into "Galaxy Apps" if you have it, and disable auto update in there!!!!
Myke Williams: I appreciate your video. It really helped. I was getting annoyed by all the updates. Problem solved.
MacTGC//The golden city!: Ty for this vid its really help's! but I don't think if it work on my iPhone 6+
Xtrotic: I have a Samsung Galaxy S4 and it worked! thanks alot☺
Dinah d'souza: thnkzzz....I so needed this
Firebabes MSP: Thanks so much!!!
MsBlonde0000: my auto updates are disabled yet it still updates them, I have lost so much data in the first month of owning Samsung that I want to go back to my iPhone
P Ledoux: Mine doesn't do anything when I hit that bottom left button except make a stupid noise,doesn't give me the option to hit settings.Can you say 'I miss my iphone '
mknomad5: I have an S6, but was still able to turn off auto-updates by your directions even though the menus are different. Thanks!
Sahil Dawlatzai: thank you so much
Krystal kuang: can you s make a vidoe on how to make it auto matic udate in sumsung galaxy y plsss
Jason Jelenek: thank you
TheMrDanieloco: THANK GOD!
XenoTwo: wtf you didnt how how to turn it off
Persian Warrior: It changed Now it's in that setting button on top left corner (next to app search box) Setting>Auto-update apps>Do not update apps #check#
ThatOneWeirdGal: there are no settings that show up while on the play store. Please upload an updated tutorial.
tumba lone: mine doesnt have the settings options wont show up
mtdawgy: Thanks for the post. As a few people mentioned, the Google Play Settings screen looks different now (2015). You still go to Google Play/Settings and under the "General" heading, click on "Auto-update Apps" and then select what you want. Looks different but works the same.
How to turn off auto updates on the Samsung Galaxy S35
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