Facebook and droid

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  1. whitt3

    whitt3 New Member

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    I hope someone can help. I switched from storm to a droid and i gave my dad my old phone now he has my twitter and facebook accounts still on his phone and i would like to keep him from profiles
    thanks for the help
     
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    You can temporarily change your passwords until you get to 'deconfigure' your old phone to erase all the account settings.
    I hope i understood your problem correctly.
     
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    Shouldn't the title read, Facebook and Blackberry?

    As suggested above, you can simply change your passwords. Or you can pry the Storm from your dad's hands and remove your account info. Shouldn't be that difficult to figure out there, turbo.
     
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    Skaggz why did you even reply if all you was going to do was be a smart a** . That's why newbie's neglect to ask questions
     
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    I apologize if my response came off as hostile. Perhaps a re-wording is in order-

    There are two options you can take here:

    1. Change your passwords to those sites so that your father's phone cannot access them any longer.

    2. Ask your father if you can borrow his new toy for a couple of minutes so that you can remove any personal information from it. It shouldn't be too hard to figure out how to remove account information from those applications. At the same time offer to set up your father's account information if he is on Facebook and/or Twitter.

    Think of giving a smartphone to a relative the same as giving your old PC to a relative. You wouldn't leave any sensitive files or information on there now would you?