Once you initially create an account for the Pokemon Go mobile app you will probably not need to sign into the game ever again. Unless however, you need to know how to log out of Pokemon Go so that you can sign in with a different account on your phone.
Pokemon Go has become a very large game with a lot of different settings, features, and options.
However, the game’s interface has remained very similar, meaning that most of the different ways that you can customize the game are found in a handful of locations.
But if you have ever needed to sign out of Pokemon Go, either because you are troubleshooting an issue or because you want to sign into a friend or family member’s account on your phone, then you may have wondered how you can do this.
You can sign out of Pokemon Go on your Google Pixel phone by opening Pokemon Go, taping the Pokeball, selecting Settings, choosing Sign Out, then tapping Yes to confirm.
After you have signed out of your Pokemon Go account you are returned to the log-in screen, where you will be able to sign in with a different account or even create an entirely new account.
Our tutorial below provides more information on signing out and signing into the Pokemon GO game on your Pixel 4A.
How to Log Out of Your Pokemon Go Account in Android 11
- Tap Pokemon Go.
- Touch the Pokeball.
- Select Settings.
- Choose Sign Out.
- Tap Yes.
Our guide continues below with more information on logging out of the Android 11 Pokemon Go games, including pictures of these steps.
Do you have a rocket radar that you don’t want to use? Our Rocket Radar Pokemon Go tutorial can show you how to unequip it.
How to Sign Out of Your Pokemon Go Account on a Pixel 4A (Guide with Pictures)
The steps in this article were performed on a Google Pixel 4A in the Android 11 operating system. However, the process of logging out of a Pokemon Go account is almost identical on most phones and operating systems, including iPhones and other iOS devices.
You can change other settings for the app, too, such as removing Pokemon Go’s camera permissions.
Step 1: Open the Pokemon Go app on your phone.
Step 2: Touch the Pokeball at the bottom of the screen.
Step 3: Select Settings at the top-right of the screen.
Step 4: Scroll down and tap the Sign Out button.
Step 5: Tap Yes to confirm that you want to log out of your Pokemon Go account.
Now that you know how to log out of Pokemon Go on your Android smartphone you can easily switch between multiple accounts on the same device.
Our tutorial continues below with more information on logging out and logging into the Pokemon Go game on your Android smartphone.
More Information on Signing Into Another Account in Pokemon Go
The steps above have shown you how to log out of a Pokemon Go account to which you have currently signed in on your Pixel 4A smartphone.
Once you have signed out you are going to be taken to a login screen where you will be able to select from a number of options before you are able to start playing the game.
The available sign-in options for Pokemon Go on an Android phone are:
- Sign in with Facebook
- Sign in with Google
- Pokemon Trainer Club
- Niantic Kids
Additionally, if you elected not to tap “Returning Player” on the very first log in screen then you would also have the option of tapping “New Player” if you wanted to create a new Pokemon Go account.
After you have signed out of your Pokemon Go account you are going to need to know the login credentials for that account if you want to sign in again. if you are using a Gmail account then that account information might be saved to your Android smartphone, however, in case you don’t remember your Gmail password, or it’s a long password that is annoying to type repeatedly.
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