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If you're sure that you never login to any Android physical devices recently, then there's a possibility that you're using Android emulator with Google Play services (e.g. BlueStacks), and login your Google account on it. Based from observation (this question, self-testing, and another source), BlueStacks tends to emulate Samsung devices. As explained by ...
It depends on what details you gave on your Google account. You have to had entered either a recovery email or you phone number and your real name. If you had these, you can try to recover your username from https://www.google.com/accounts/recovery/forgotusername and after that you can reset your password from https://www.google.com/accounts/recovery/ .
You will need to goto a 3rd party website that hosts Google apps and download the newest (for your device) version. The one I use is http://gappsandroid.blogspot.com/ , you can download EVERY single Official Google app.
You should be able to add an alternate email to your Google account. Afterwards, you can sign in with any of your alternate email addresses, using the same password for your main address. Once your current email is invalidated, you should also be able to remove that address from your Google account and continue using your alternate email as the primary ...
Go to Settings -> Accounts -> Add new email there Then open Play Store, open side menu and select that account.
Open play store .. slide menu from left side and select email which you wants to use with playstore. But first add that email in gmail setting .
I have finally found the solution for this problem and want to share it here for those of you suffering from the same issue that was not answered by any of the steps mentioned in the original post. In short, I needed to reinstall Google Play Services In your device ... Go to Settings > Security > Check Unknown sources Head over to ...
While I agree that there's something wrong with your Google apps compatibility, I don't think those apps are compromised. Android SDK (Software Development Kit) provides some standard permissions that are listed on its official documentation (and some of the details on Android.SE). In addition of that, Android allows their developer to declare new ...
With another phone, I also used to move some contacts (like administrative contacts) off the way (that's at the end of the list) by adding a special character prefix to their name. So apparently this is not possible with Android and Google Contacts app. I am not completely happy with adding a "zz" prefix... but there is another way: by selecting the contact ...
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