How to view the devices connected to HBO and delete the ones you no longer want

If you are a user of a video service in _streaming_ de the entire catalog that we can find, sure on more than one occasion you have shared your account with a family member or friend (especially if it allows multiscreen mode) or you have used it on more than one device.

And it is not only on the television that we consume content, since it is increasingly common to access our favorite series from the mobile, the tablet or the _smartphone_. All platforms have specific applications better or worse designed, it must be said and one of them is HBO, which despite having a significant lack how is the absence of an app for _Smart_ TV, if it has an application to use our mobile or tablet. But How to manage the devices that have access to our account? Let’s see it.

HBO under control


The most practical method is to do it through HBO’s own web application that can be accessed from the following link in which, in the section dedicated to configuring the options of our account (payment, subscription …) we will find one intended for manage which devices are linked.

For this, once we access HBO Spain and we enter with our username and password, we must access the “My Account” section located in the upper right part of the screen which we access by _click_ on our username.


Once we click, an options drawer opens in which we will _click_ on “My account” so that a new “Account Settings” window opens that shows a series of tabs (settings, devices, subscription and purchases .. .) of which we must mark the so-called “Devices”.


In this new window we will see a list of the different devices that are connected to our account. In this list we can mark the asterisk next to each of the devices to remove access to our account in the same way that we can add new ones in the “Add device” box.


In this way, once the device is removed, the user who makes use of it will not be able to access our account until to re-register with the appropriate username and password.

Source: Xataka Smart Home by

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