Disabling your profile will delete your profile and take away it from your own unit, but you’ll are able to manually re-enable it by logging in once more.
Disable your profile
Deleting your profile will delete your profile and take away it from your own unit; a deleted profile is supposed to be inaccessible from any unit.
Not able to access the profile you want to delete
Please submit a SCRUFF help demand in SCRUFF or by tapping E MAIL US below. To expedite the profile removal request, please give you the after whenever completing the demand type:
- SCRUFF Profile current email address and SCRUFF Profile Name for the profile you need deleted.
- You would like to preserve, please be sure to clearly establish in the Description field which profile(s) you want deleted if you have duplicate profile(s) that share the same email and profile name as profile(s. As an example:
- Describe (or connect) the profile picture
- Include the profile you desire deleted as a popular within the profile you may like to keep
- Should you not remember the email target linked to the profile(s) you want deleted, we might have the ability to see them by searching for the devices the profile(s) are connected with. To work on this, you will have to offer us the hardware ID(s) of one’s device(s) within the definition field.
To get the equipment ID of one’s unit, look at the support that is following: Obtain your Device ID.
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