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I guess his device is still logged in with your credentials, and even if you changed the email address or password, his device is still mantaining the session active. I don't think there's a way to log him off remotely. It seems to me that the only way is a manual log-out on his device.


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No, this is currently not possible. You can provide feedback to Apple regarding this on any of the iOS device pages: http://www.apple.com/feedback/iphone.html or /ipad.html or /ipodtouch.html.


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I'm not sure if you ever got this resolved, but I just had pretty much the same problem in Mavericks. The only difference is that, rather than being stuck on that blank screen, the screen would show up, disappear, ask me to log in again, and repeat in a never ending loop. What I did to solve this was quit out of Chess, but leave Game Center open. This then ...


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A game center account is simply an AppleID. You can go to https://appleid.apple.com and recover her password for the AppleID you want to use in Game Center. It might also be a password problem, so checking that the account is in good standing will give you better error messages and options to recover by using the website instead of logging in through iOS.


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Unfortunately no you can't transfer data between Game Center Accounts. Apple doesn't allow moving data between Apple ID's.


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With a 3rd party USB iPhone file viewing application on your Mac or PC, such as iExplorer or DiskAid, one can try copying all the files from an app on one iOS device to your Mac, and then copy them all of them onto the other iOS device. To be safe, force-quit the apps on both devices first and do a complete backup of the target device before trying this ...


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I'd suggest makeing a complete back up of your first-gen iPad via iTunes and then restoring it to your iPad 3. This should conserve the game saves and iOS app data.


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Open the Game Center app and Decline the invitation:



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