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This sounds like the behavior if you have blacklist mode enabled. Double check the (subtle) whitelist/blacklist default button (the text above the apps listing).


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www.mobogenie.com provides a Windows based tool called MoboGenie that uses your computer's network traffic to install and update apps in your android phone. You need to connect your phone with the computer, and have a high speed internet connection


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Yes it is possible to install apps from pc for your mobile device, even if you don't have a net access. First open Google Play on your pc through your GMail account connected with your device. Then open APK downloader and download the APK extension for your web browser. In the Google Play Store click on the app you want to install in your mobile and then ...



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