All the latest Chromebooks have built-in Android support that power the Google Play Store and allow you to download and install the Andriod application. And you can manage your Android application easily without accessing the Android settings.
However, if you want to access the Android part of your system, there is no direct way to access the Android settings. It is similar to the smartphone settings, where you can tweak different settings options.
How to Access Android Settings on Chromebook
Every Chromebook uses a specific version of Android to power the Google Play Store. To know which Android version you are running on your Chromebook. You can check our guide on it.
Now, let’s discuss how you can access the Android settings on a Chromebook.
Step 1: Click the “Quick Settings Panel” in the lower right corner of your screen. Then click on the gear icon to open the “Settings” application.
Step 2: You’ll see the settings window. Click on the “App” tab located on the left side of your screen. Then select “Google Play Store” from the menu on the right side of your screen.
Step 3: Click the “Manage Android Preferences” option to open the Android settings.
Step 4: It will open the Android setting of your Chromebook. It is similar to a smartphone settings application. Here you get – Network & Internet, Apps & notifications, Storage, security & Location, and more. You can browse through the setting app to find the settings you are looking for.
That’s it; this is how you can access Android settings on Chromebook. You also can check out our Chromebook troubleshooting guide if you are new to Chromebook and Chrome OS.
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