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  1. Android Question

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    My ex girlfriend has her phone sync w/ mine and can read emails can even see pics and change my contacts names. How do i even begin to undo her accessing my phones accounts. Need assistance badly and soon.
     

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    Why didn't you remove your account off her phone? Anyway, have you looked into Android device manager?
     
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    Hi

    I suggest you mmediately change you google account password, implement 2 step verification and then explain to your ex that you can see what she is doing on her phone and track her location because of your account and that it would be best for her to do a factory data reset on her device. She wont be able to reinstall your account, just hers.

    or if Android Device Manager is enabled you could just wipe her phone remotely as implied by chanchan05...not really a good option.
     
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    Which email service do you use and what services do you have running on her phone? If its gmail log into your account on computer and in the bottom right corner there's a 'Details' link. Click on it and window with current and short history of IP addresses will show up, along with a big 'Sign out all other web sessions' button you should click on. Then be sure to change your password. Facebook, Twitter and most other services have similar or equivalent ways usually buried in their 'Settings' menus to cancel any remote sessions, and of course be sure to then change your log in password.
     

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