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The official way to change the Windows Live ID associated with your phone is only with a resetreset. In your case, the Unique ID (which is a number associated with every Windows Live ID) is the same and you've changed only the Widows Live ID (which is an e-mail address). Even so, this email account cannot be changed on the Windows Phone since the first Live email account you set up and synchronize with the device cannot be deleted or changed. There's been a request put up to change this.

As for a unlocked phone, I've looked for a solution at most of the registry tweaks and homebrew tools currently available and haven't come across an option for this yet.

The official way to change the Windows Live ID associated with your phone is only with a reset. In your case, the Unique ID (which is a number associated with every Windows Live ID) is the same and you've changed only the Widows Live ID (which is an e-mail address). Even so, this email account cannot be changed on the Windows Phone since the first Live email account you set up and synchronize with the device cannot be deleted or changed. There's been a request put up to change this.

As for a unlocked phone, I've looked for a solution at most of the registry tweaks and homebrew tools currently available and haven't come across an option for this yet.

The official way to change the Windows Live ID associated with your phone is only with a reset. In your case, the Unique ID (which is a number associated with every Windows Live ID) is the same and you've changed only the Widows Live ID (which is an e-mail address). Even so, this email account cannot be changed on the Windows Phone since the first Live email account you set up and synchronize with the device cannot be deleted or changed. There's been a request put up to change this.

As for a unlocked phone, I've looked for a solution at most of the registry tweaks and homebrew tools currently available and haven't come across an option for this yet.

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The official way to change the Windows Live ID associated with your phone is only with a reset. In your case, the Unique ID (which is a number associated with every Windows Live ID) is the same and you've changed only the Widows Live ID (which is an e-mail address). Even so, this email account cannot be changed on the Windows Phone since the first Live email account you set up and synchronize with the device cannot be deleted or changed. There's been a request put up to change this.

As for a developer unlocked phone, I've looked for a solution at most of the registry tweaks and homebrew tools currently available and haven't come across an option for this yet.

The official way to change the Windows Live ID associated with your phone is only with a reset. In your case, the Unique ID (which is a number associated with every Windows Live ID) is the same and you've changed only the Widows Live ID (which is an e-mail address). Even so, this email account cannot be changed on the Windows Phone since the first Live email account you set up and synchronize with the device cannot be deleted or changed. There's been a request put up to change this.

As for a developer unlocked phone, I've looked for a solution at most of the registry tweaks and homebrew tools currently available and haven't come across an option for this yet.

The official way to change the Windows Live ID associated with your phone is only with a reset. In your case, the Unique ID (which is a number associated with every Windows Live ID) is the same and you've changed only the Widows Live ID (which is an e-mail address). Even so, this email account cannot be changed on the Windows Phone since the first Live email account you set up and synchronize with the device cannot be deleted or changed. There's been a request put up to change this.

As for a unlocked phone, I've looked for a solution at most of the registry tweaks and homebrew tools currently available and haven't come across an option for this yet.

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The official way to change the Windows Live ID associated with your phone is only with a resetreset. In your case, the Unique ID (which is a number associated with every Windows Live ID) is the same and you've changed only the Widows Live ID (which is an e-mail address). Even so, this email account cannot be changed on the Windows Phone since the first Live email account you set up and synchronize with the device cannot be deleted or changed. There's been a request put up to change this.

As for a developer unlocked phone, I've looked for a solution at most of the registry tweaks and homebrew tools currently available and haven't come across an option for this yet.

The official way to change the Windows Live ID associated with your phone is only with a reset. In your case, the Unique ID (which is a number associated with every Windows Live ID) is the same and you've changed only the Widows Live ID (which is an e-mail address). Even so, this email account cannot be changed on the Windows Phone since the first Live email account you set up and synchronize with the device cannot be deleted or changed. There's been a request put up to change this.

As for a developer unlocked phone, I've looked for a solution at most of the registry tweaks and homebrew tools currently available and haven't come across an option for this yet.

The official way to change the Windows Live ID associated with your phone is only with a reset. In your case, the Unique ID (which is a number associated with every Windows Live ID) is the same and you've changed only the Widows Live ID (which is an e-mail address). Even so, this email account cannot be changed on the Windows Phone since the first Live email account you set up and synchronize with the device cannot be deleted or changed. There's been a request put up to change this.

As for a developer unlocked phone, I've looked for a solution at most of the registry tweaks and homebrew tools currently available and haven't come across an option for this yet.

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