The Internet, we like more or less, it moves primarily in the business of data and advertising. In the case of Google, when you surf for a web page is displayed personalized ads. This customization can be based on web sites you have already visited, apps installed, activity on other devices, information from our Google account, etc
In some cases, this advertising can get to be quite annoying by being very repetitive, for example, if we have done any recent search, and suddenly so we only show ads on that search. The personalized ads can be turned off in Androidso we’re going to explain to you how it’s done.
Turning off the personalized ads
Regardless of whether you have a mobile with Android Stock or with a personalization layer, it is possible to disable personalized ads. The option is not very to the view, but it is not the most hidden of the system.
The first thing you have to do is go to the terminal settings and, in the second place, find the section ‘Privacy’, from which we will perform the process that we have in mind.
Once we are in this settings menu, we have to find the option of ‘Ads’. This option can be found displaying the menu of ‘Advanced’, which will show more options that are not in sight unless we do this activation manually.
When we look at the section on ‘Advertisements’ we don’t have more than click on ‘Disable customization of Ads’. This option indicates to applications that do not use our ID of advertising to create profiles to which to send personalized ads.
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