How do you delete a Microsoft account on a Windows Phone

  1. Swipe left on the Start Screen.
  2. Scroll down to and tap Settings; tap email+accounts.
  3. Touch and hold on to the email account you want to delete.
  4. Tap delete from the menu that pops up beneath your fingertip.
  5. Followed by tapping ‘delete’ in another popup window to confirm deletion- this may take a moment as it’s asking for your administrator password.


How do I remove a Microsoft account from Windows 10 phone?

How do you delete a Microsoft account on a Windows Phone? In the Settings window, click Add or remove accounts. Select your Microsoft Account and then choose Remove account. Follow the instructions to confirm, then click YES on the confirmation box in order to complete this action successfully.

How do I delete my Microsoft account on my Nokia Lumia 520?

If the app crashes, open your Settings menu – About. Click on “Reset to Factory Settings” to return your device to its original configuration and start over using a new user account. If that does not help, try uninstalling and installing the App again from iTunes or Google Play.

How do I change the Microsoft account on my Windows phone?

Setting up a new Microsoft account erases the previous main account, so any user information and Outlook Inbox content in that account should be copied/backed up before setting up the new account.

How do I unlink my Microsoft account?

On your Android device, open Your Phone Companion.
In the upper right-hand corner, click the Settings gear.

Sign out of your Microsoft account on (insert device type here) by tapping the icon or going to Settings, and then tap Sign out.

How do I unsync my Microsoft account?

To find the Sync settings, click on Start > Settings. On the left side of the screen, scroll down and select Accounts. Now turn to Sync your settings under More PC Settings at the bottom of the following window that has just popped up.

To stop syncing your settings you will have to turn off synced settings on all devices connected to your Microsoft account. Once this is done you may need to remove it from your account by following these simple steps.

Click Change PC settings (you can get there quickly by hitting Windows Key + i) and selecting Manage accounts under Sign-in options on the right-hand side of the resulting drop-down menu.*