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I installed Ubuntu Touch today on my Nexus 7 (grouper nakasi) and I appear to be logged in as somebody else - a developer perhaps. I have their Facebook notifications, music they like, people they know, missed calls, etc. Seems a little weird. Is this not ready to be personalized yet? I can't find any kind of settings page to do something like a factory reset.

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You know what happens when you assume, right? I saw quite a few demos but didn't see anything that mentioned they contained the profiles of the engineering team. Apparently I missed that one. – redbmk Feb 21 '13 at 20:38
It's dummy data so you can get a preview of the "look and feel "… notice even some apps are "dummy" apps. So yes this is for developers and not personal use. – Mateo Feb 21 '13 at 21:22
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Not much in the way of personalisation can be done yet, but if you wish you can get rid of the inbuilt contacts.

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