Once you sign in, you agree that your profile information, PSN contacts, etc. are now facebook's data.
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#3Fallen_RikuPosted 3/2/2012 5:51:56 PM
pencru posted... There doesn't seem to be a log out button..
Hey pencru, ignore that troll.
If you close the facebook app (drag down from the top-right diagonally), it won't be running as a service in the background, it's kind of like a smartphone app.
You can also long press and delete the app along with your saved login permissions and api calling, but why would you download it and sign in (which means you have an active facebook account) if you weren't going to use it? Honestly just closing the app seems to be the most efficient if you plan on using it from time to time, it doesn't auto-open or anything. --- 3DS FC : 0130-1972-9236 ,3DS Username: MakubeX PS Vita Username: Fallen_Kakarot
#4getbackjojoPosted 3/2/2012 5:52:52 PM
You can also go to your account on PC, change the password, and you'll be logged out on your other devices.
#5mrekliPosted 3/2/2012 6:09:17 PM
Go into your PSN account management in the settings of the system. Log out there. It uses the same login as your PSN. --- Funtimes at Sega High.
#6pencru(Topic Creator)Posted 3/2/2012 6:15:27 PM
Oh, nice. Thanks guys! I'll see what I can do; I prefer logging in every time so that if ever someone borrows it they can't just open Facebook and have my account open itself to them and all.
#7pencru(Topic Creator)Posted 3/2/2012 6:16:42 PM
Actually I found a safer solution. I deleted the account information in the Settings and stuff. That should be okay, right?