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I have 3 Google accounts on my Android phone: gmail and 2 Google Apps accounts (one at my full-time job and one for my small business). I want all my apps to install under the gmail account, so I've done the following:

  1. Open Play Store
  2. Press menu button
  3. tap Accounts
  4. select the gmail account

When I install some apps, they install to whatever account I've selected in the Accounts menu.

But despite having the gmail account selected, when I try to install certain apps such as My Tracks (by Google) and K-9 Mail, the Play Store says the apps will be installed under the Google Apps account for my full-time job. How do I force all apps to be installed under my gmail account instead?

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