To Androids I am a virgin

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  1. mcarky

    mcarky Member

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    Middle aged and trying to keep up with technology. Us baby boomers have quite a task on our hands learning many new technologies, just to keep with a dreams length of our kids. Mine are 8 & 10 and will be ready for the techno launch very soon.

    My new ZTE V9 is actually second hand, so now I have to figure out how to alter all those apps with the previous owners signature on them, like email, voice mail, registered accounts or get rid of them and replace them.

    Yes I will search the FAQ, but I also need to know the little things like, do I do it on the Tablet or hook up to a PC? Is there a program that helps with this sort of thing?

    The skimpy bit of glossy loo paper that calls itself a manual is hardly up to the job, but may be there is a link to something more substancial.

    Here's hoping, time to charge the windmills.
     
  2. Spider

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    Hello mcarky, welcome to the forum.
     
  3. Droid-Xer

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    Welcome. A factory reset should wipe all previous user data
     
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    Welcome to the forum! Like Droid-Xer stated above, all you need to do it a factory reset and you'll basically start fresh.

    Don't hesitate to ask questions when you have em! :p
     

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