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You can use alternative application managers available from the Play store, or even Titanium Backup if you are rooted. secondly if you are rooted, Download any root explorer, Navigate to /system/app/ or sometimes /system/priv-app/ and manually uninstall by deleting the packages (you may need to delete files from android folder manually eg. obb files) ...


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My friend had the same problem and he solved it in this way Tap "Menu"> "Settings"> "Applications"> "Manage Applications" Tap on the tab "All" Scroll down and select the "Google Play Store" app from. Tap on "uninstall updates". then install your app Google Play market again and then it should work...try again and contact customer support


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If you use the same google-account on your new device as you did on the old one, you should find all the apps you installed in the past at the following website: https://play.google.com/apps If you don't use the same account, log into the old one before you visit that website.


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Sign into playstore webversion(https://play.google.com) with the same account that you have configured in the old phone and visit the apps page https://play.google.com/apps. This will list all the apps that you have installed using the old phone. Once you configure your new phone with the same account you device will be listed in the list of devices and you ...



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