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IPhone 3Gs Apple ID: Issues


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Hi All,

I recently got handed down a Iphone 3Gs from my son. I went in to setup the Apps (Store) on the Iphone and put in all my information so i can download Apps. The problem is when i go to update "apps" it ask for the password for my sons account, his user name comes up in the pop up box and i can only enter his password to access the (Store) or update my apps. I have went in the "Store" config and removed all ID's and re created my account, that is the only one in their. His user name still comes up when you try to "Update the Apps" Any ideas on how to fix this? Help!
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