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    Delete contacts in cell phone without reformatting phone

    Does anyone know how I can delete the Deja contacts, calendar, memos, etc on my cellphone without reformatting the phone?

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    Soapy,

    The data is kept in a file called CompanionLink.db. Here is a guide that shows how to get to it.

    https://www.companionlink.com/suppor...ffice_database

    Before deleting, go into DejaOffice and click "Exit". This will close the app completely.

    Then deleting the Db will clear out the records.

    You can check that you got the right spot by re-opening DejaOffice. It should open with a prompt about database not found, and also give you 0 record counts.

    Thank you for using DejaOffice.
    Last edited by DJOCTO; 09-29-2018 at 04:31 PM.

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    Thanks for the fast response. I will try it right now. Does this remove the calendar, memos, and journal information?

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    Where would I find the db file on the cellphone? any particular directory?

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    where is the Guide you mentioned?

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    Edit. Posted the guilde...

    This deletets all the database data.

    On the same file path are any external files; contact pictures or place maps that are associated with DejaOffice.

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    I am not sure what you mean. On the cell phone, where would I find the CompanionLink.db file?

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    From the guide:

    1. Connect your Android device to your PC and mount it as a disk drive (i.e. mass storage mode).
    2. On your PC, open Computer or My Computer and browse to your Phone storage.
    3. Browse to the clusb folder on your Phone storage. Inside this folder you should see a file named "companionlink.db". This is your DejaOffice database.

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    Perfect! Worked like a charm. Thanks for the assist.

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