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My Android tablet 'broke'. Sent it in to the OEM and they fixed it under warranty and shipped it back. Now, when I go to re-install certain apps, they won't install to my tablet because Google Play says they're "already installed". But the OS was reloaded and they are no longer installed. How do I re-install my apps without repaying?

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Have you tried installing from the web version of the Play Store? – Al E. Jul 20 '13 at 0:57

You could try factory resetting you tablet. Not sure if it might help. It's worth a try.

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It was ‘‘factory reset'' when I got it back from ASUS. – Rico C. Jul 20 '13 at 17:14

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