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Breaking Single Sign On? (Amazon App Store and others)

OP Ianlmt

1st September 2014, 11:14 AM   |  #1  
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Hey,

I am using Sprint Samsung Galaxy S4 SPH-L720T on Nc6 (4.4.2) cfauto rooted/twrp....

Is there an app to break or disallow apps from using single sign on?

My desire arises from having one account (an old one) on Amazon Appstore that I have purchased lots of paid apps on, but somewhere along the line I created another Amazon account and bought Prime, so the suite of Amazon apps with their sso functionality now requires me to basically sign in and out of everything all the time (especially when I want to use an app that's associated with the old Amazon account)

If I use an app from old account while signed into one of Amazon suite with new account (Amazon.com app, kindle reader, etc...) it says I don't own app prompting me to sign into old account all over.

Major pain in the arse!

*And yes I have called Amazon to see if they'd combine the accounts. I don't know why they can't. It seems like merging two accounts would be common sense functionality.

So.... Can anyone help? Do we have any developers who have worked on this? If not, is breaking sso even possible? How?


Thanks in advance!
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