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    I have an old TracFone Android 3G that I would like to use only for Wi-Fi; but when I try to access my gmail, Google does not recognize my old password and wants me to log in again. (I changed the password after I received my new phone.) My question is, if I log in to Google with my new password, will it mess up my Google account on my new 4G phone? Otherwise, I guess I can do whatever I want on my old phone using Wi-Fi, including downloading new apps.

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    You must log in with your current password.

    You can connect with as many devices as you want, regardless.

    Think of your old phone as a tablet.

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      I think you can use the current password for this. I think it's better to sue for new devices for work and entertainment. I decided to launch several applications for smartphones with Wi-Fi passwords, as well as use mobile application development services https://www.intellectsoft.net/blog/g...on-in-banking/ .
      Last edited by Hisenburg; 01-22-2022, 02:18 AM.

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      • #4
        You must log in with your current password.

        You can connect with as many devices as you want, regardless.

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