It is not possible to delete the Microsoft account that was used to set up your phone. You will need to reset your phone and set it up again with another account. Which will lose all your apps, music, etc. Hopefully this problem will be fixed in Windows 10 for phones.
The article you linked to is from 2014 and isn't completely accurate anymore.
According to Microsoft's Lifecycle Policy, support for WP 7.8 ended on 14 October 2014, with no 5-year extended support promised.
The official WP7 support page also says that the OS is no longer supported and, crucially, "services and functionality ... will be discontinued over ...
Resetting the phone will only remove the relationship between the phone and the previous account. It will also wipe all data on it. The contacts associated with the previous account will not be further updated after the reset.
This happened to me when I didn't have a SIM card in my phone. Turned out it is caused by the time being wrong on the phone, as the phone was not able to get the correct time off the mobile phone network.
Go to Settings → date+time
Switch Set Automatically to off
Enter the correct date and time
Go back and try syncing with your Microsoft account again.
As per the link, I have given the steps below:
To create a Microsoft account when you set up your phone
Follow the setup instructions on your phone until you get to the Keep your life in sync screen.
Tap Create one, then follow the instructions.
Once you've finished this step, you'll be signed in to your phone.
To create an account ...
First off, I'd make sure that paid downloads are allowed in the My Family settings, just in case. Otherwise you'll have to do a reset and set up the phone with a different account. This issue is fixed in Windows 10 Mobile, where you can use multiple accounts with the Store.
There are several reasons for this - legal, business or political.
TV shows and movies might not be licensed for purchase in your country
Cortana might not speak/understand the language of your country
Microsoft can't provide customer support in local language (no local support center, personnel not trained for specific product, etc.)
You should not take ...
So I guess this is the first app your downloading from the store? For each download or update you need a Microsoft Account to which your license is bound.
I really recommend setting an account up because there are a lot more things your phone can do when synched with a MS account.
Check your date and time settings, they have to be right for the region you're in. Also try a doing a soft reset.
Also sometimes this is just an issue with Microsoft services, might resolve itself eventually.
How to recover contacts when UserID is forgotten?
You cannot recover your contacts without knowing the user ID. However you can recover your user ID.
To recover your User ID
If you have a phone number associated with your email account you
don't need a user ID. You can log into your account on Outlook
mail.com using your phone number. After loging in note ...
In order to use the backups, you'd need to do a hard reset (which wipes everything on your phone), then log in to the same MS account and restore from the backup. If you have multiple MS accounts and one of them is working on your phone, you can copy the contacts over. To do so, follow these steps:
Log in at https://outlook.live.com/owa/?path=/people with ...
You are using a Nokia Lumia 610 and WP7.x.
As of the official Windows Phone 7 support page:
Windows Phone 7 has reached end of support, so services and
functionality for this version of Windows will be discontinued over
** Download apps and games FAQ,
You may not have the latest version of the Windows Phone operating
system (OS) on your ...
Here are the answers to your questions.
Yes it is quite possible to wipe out a windows phone without using the signed in Microsoft account by using specific key combination during booting even if you have a PIN on your device. Also if you haven't a PIN on your lock screen then it is perfectly possible that someone may reach your settings and perform a hard ...
I think you want to create an email account but don't know how to go about it because the phone is getting stuck somewhere in the process. I suggest that you try and create an email account using a computer then later come login on your mobile using the email and password you generated. Creating an email account from the mobile phone can be annoyingly ...
By default, Windows Phone stores you contacts within an online service (be it Outlook.com, Gmail, etc.). You will need to add the account back, to get the contacts - if required, you can reset your account password online
If you're unable to go through without password, you must be facing trouble in signing in your microsoft account. What you have done is perhaps you have tried to sign out from all of the devices using your PC or another signed in device (other than this one). What you should do is:
Make sure you are connected to network.
Go to Settings>Accounts>Email & ...
You can obtain a list of devices connected to your account on Microsoft's website.
Go to this website and login to your Microsoft account.
You should see something like this.
You can see the complete list of devices by scrolling down the website.
Okay guys, this is the guy who asked the question above!
The problem was from the ISP's end. There was a technical issue in my area due to which web services of Microsoft and Google got inaccessible. Hence, it reflected in my phone.
If you stumbled upon this question anyways, you may try checking if the websites too not open on your PC or other devices. You ...
I was able to fix this issue by reinstalling the OS through the Windows Devices Recovery Tool. This offered my a newer firmware version for my device, which might have fixed the problem.
You could try doing a simple hard reset first.
You cannot change the password from your phone, other than by logging on in Internet Explorer and doing it from there. If you do change your password via the Microsoft website (and to be honest, that's a lot easier to do on a normal PC), your phone will then prompt you to enter the new password without requiring a hard reset or losing any data.
AFAIK the only way to prevent this would be to, when you are adding a new contact, choose to save it to an account other than your MS account. (e.g. Your service provider may allow you to save contacts)
The Microsoft Account required error comes when you are trying to Update the app to latest version. Apparently there is no way for you to avoid it if you don't intend to associate a Microsoft Account with WP.
As for Share, it just provides you a way to share the weather stats via some apps which support sharing like Messaging, OneNote, etc.
As @Thomas suggested, your parents need to create a Microsoft Account where they can add you as a child and allow you to download apps.
Check this link for more info on how do do it: