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You probably also need to remove the program account details from Settings -> Accounts and Backup -> Accounts It is probably there that the account details are being saved. Mainly to allow you to safely clear data (to reset the program) without the hassle of having to log back in.


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It seems like by definition the primary user (here called "user 0") has to log in by definition as the first user. The documentation on the File Based Encryption (FBE) does not give many details on the question why: Each user in a multi-user environment gets a separate encryption key. Every user gets two keys: a DE and a CE key. User 0 must log into the ...


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Unfortunately the answer is that it will depend... It will depend how your work email is setup and/or the device being used. Option1 - Android Enterprise If your organization has an MDM (mobile device management) and they support a configuration called Android Enterprise it is possible they can distribute another instant if Gmail that keeps your work and ...


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Does android enable one to have a none admin like account where a user cannot install or remove apps and cannot create accounts? No. Secondary users can install and remove apps and create accounts. From Supporting Multiple Users: Account. Accounts are contained within a user but are not defined by a user, nor is a user defined by or linked to any given ...


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From your screenshots, it looks like old logins saved in Chrome. If you've used Chrome to remember your login details for websites, that's what they'll be. They're synced across desktop as well as mobile Chrome installs via your Google account. The UI for selecting which login to use has changed recently, so it's natural that you might be surprised by it. ...


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