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  Reply # 720950 21-Nov-2012 20:29 Send private message

The latest Skype for Android update (3.0.0.6181) now enables logging in using a Microsoft account.

Interestingly, it updated automatically, and I was still using my original Skype login details.
Only after clearing the app data did I get the option to log in using my Microsoft account.



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  Reply # 720951 21-Nov-2012 20:31 Send private message

I just signed out and on next start it asked for credentials...





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  Reply # 720965 21-Nov-2012 20:40 Send private message

I'm pretty sure I signed out a few times, but each time it just logged me back in as usual without asking for my Microsoft credentials. Weird.

No matter. It all works now.

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