[SOLVED] This Change Isn’t Allowed By Your Administrator

[SOLVED] This Change Isn't Allowed By Your Administrator This guide is about how to solve this common android smartphone error of This change isn’t allowed by your administrator when one attempts to remove a Google account linked on the device. If by any chance you find yourself stranded with nothing to do, then following the instructions in here will help you bypass and fix the This change isn’t allowed by your administrator error.

Yes, This change isn’t allowed by your administrator is common and happens on android mobile devices including iTel, Samsung, Tecno, Infinix, Xiaomi, Nexus and others, and it comes an attempt is made to delete or remove a linked Google account on the mobile. Be removing an old account and replacing it with a new one, this guide is all you need.

In order to remove a Google account from your smartphone, please follow the below simple procedures.

– Tap settings and go to accounts.
– Tap Google and then tap on email you want to remove.
– Tap the dots and select remove account.

Success, your account will instantly be removed. But in case it turns stubborn and instead returns or shows this error of “This change isn’t allowed by your administrator”, then follow below.

– Tap Settings and security
– Tap screen lock, confirm it and set it to none.

Go back to remove google account as shown above and this time round, the response will be positive and your account will be removed. It is all simple and easy and applies to most android mobile phones.

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6 Responses

  1. DJ BLARCKY says:

    BRAVO YOU

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  2. Alemu says:

    Wow! it was impressive solution you know I thought someone hacked my phone but it was not man! thank you so much for easy solution once again thank you

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  3. Brittany says:

    It won’t allow me to set the screen lock to none either. The option is greyed out (as well as the swipe option) and says “disabled by administrator, encryption policy, or credential storage” underneath.

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  4. Yanto says:

    Thanks the remI’ve screen lock worked a treat

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  5. S says:

    It works, thank you!

    BTW This statement in polish in named “Ta zmiana nie jest dozwolona przez administratora”. Hope it’ll help others who search the solution with google.

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