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  1. alfadoc99's Avatar

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    I recently got a new-to-me phone, an HTC HD7 identical to the old one except that the Bluetooth was functioning, which I needed to connect to the hands-free calling on my new car stereo. I gave the old phone to my daughter after wiping it and starting over. The problem is, when I sync it with the computer to put her pics on it, WP 7 Connector does not discriminate between the two phones, and loads all my contacts and email accounts onto her phone. Is there a way to separately sync the two phones? Also I tried to delete my Hotmail account from her phone, but there is no option. Her Gmail address can be deleted, but not Hotmail. Any way to do this without wiping the phone again and uninstalling and reinstalling WP 7 Connector? And would WP 7 Conn. recognize them as separate phones even then?
  2. kevin2577's Avatar

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    Don't have a Mac so I can't speak to all of your issues, but I can answer one, you cannot delete the primary Microsoft account from her phone without resetting the phone.

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