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[TRICK]Change your google play account W/O factory reset

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Default [TRICK]Change your google play account W/O factory reset

Hi everyone
I am here with a trick

Actually this is a very very useful trick for them who change their google id from GOOGLE PLAY again and again.

So if you want to switch your google account in GOOGLE PLAY and if you do not want to RESET PHONE SETTINGS then you can follow this tip to add or change google account from GOOGLE PLAY.

Instructions:
1)Download ES FILE EXPLORER or ROOT EXPLORER from Store
2)then go to /data/system/ and Delete Accounts.db file
3)Restart your phone and Done.

Hope this helps you..
If you are having problems then contact me..
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Good to know that its working..
 
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cant you just remove gmail account from settings/account and sync and then try to use play store and it should prompt you to sign in..
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I think you mean factory reset, hard reset basically means a battery pull (or otherwise forcefully powering down the device).
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cant you just remove gmail account from settings/account and sync and then try to use play store and it should prompt you to sign in..
Doing that will result in a factory reset of your phone.. which means the deletion of all the data in it..
 
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