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I have multiple gmail accounts on my phone and I get Market and other updates listed for each of these accounts. That is simply annoying.

How can I disable that and instead set one account as my primary account for updates and such like?

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I used to have this issues on the Droid X2. It seems to have stopped with a market update, some time back. Are you using the latest market (Play Store or whatever nonsense it's now named). – Fammy Mar 13 '12 at 22:21

You probably used different Google accounts for different apps. Switching accounts will show different apps.

I guess all you can do is uninstall the apps from one account, change accounts to the one you would like to use and then reinstall them.

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