I have multiple Google accounts on my Android 10 (Samsung Galaxy M10s). Until today, I was using YouTube without signing in. Today I signed into YouTube with one Google account. Now I want to sign out from YouTube app but I don't find any such option.

I searched on internet and found Google Support Page which suggests to remove account from device in order to sign-out from YouYube app.

What I did:

Opened YouTube, go to manage accounts, removed the account from device, through which I have signed in YouTube; Then cleared the YouTube application data also.

But what I found is YouTube just auto signed in with my another Google account.

How do I sign out from YouTube?

  • I would assume that as long as one Google account is registered on your device the YouTube app will use it. The only chance I see is using a n alternative YouTube app like NewPipe available for example on F-Droid.
    – Robert
    Jul 4 '20 at 12:23
  • @Robert Yes I mostly use NewPipe. I used YouTube app for commenting on one Video.
    – Pandya
    Jul 4 '20 at 12:26
  • I think it should be possible to revert to yesterday's state which is I had been YouTube without signing in.
    – Pandya
    Jul 4 '20 at 12:31

Use your browser to get onto Youtube. Log in, using the account you want to have logged out.

Then use the 3 dot menu to sign out.

Now clear the data in your Youtube app.

(I also think that you can sign out with the settings in the Youtube app, but I can't say how as I don't use the app.)

  • No, Logging out from browser doesn't work.
    – Pandya
    Jul 15 '20 at 16:57

Yes, the logout option is not available but after clearing the app data, the logout option becomes available.

Before clearing app data:

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After clearing app data:

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So, the solution that worked for me is: Clear the app data to make the Logout option available.

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