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I had a hard time because I had two Gmail accounts on my Android,: one for work and one personal. The process is broken if you have two accounts and you try to apply two step auth on a phone (I have a Galaxy 4 by Samsung). The solution was to delete my personal account off the phone, do the sign-in process which kicks out an SMS 6-digit code then ...


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You can add a new Google account from the main Settings app on the phone. On Samsung phones, choose the Accounts tab, then Add account and follow the steps as they come up. Once you've done this, the Hangouts app will show a spinner (drop-down box) to choose which account to use. You might also wish to check the sync settings from the account settings. By ...


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I used the following procedure: Uninstall the app Go to Play Store and switch to the account you want to use to pay from Using Google Play web version (you may need to login first), find the app and install again Make your in-app purchase Source: Change gmail account which will make in-app purchase?


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You have a very strange use case, and Dan Hulme's duplicate suggestion is actually correct. If you want to use the apps from an OLD account, you need to add the OLD account, switch to the OLD account, and install the apps through the OLD account. Then, you switch back to the NEW account, and remove the OLD account. If you want to install a new app from the ...


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Answering a two year old question since this is the first link I found. You go here: https://security.google.com/settings/security/permissions You can find under your account settings than security tab. The above link will help since it is a bit tricky to find. I hope this helps someone in the future!


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As MemCtrl mentioned, go to http://contacts.google.com and see if your contacts (with the new numbers) are there. If not, you can restore them using "Restore contacts..." option (hit the "More..." button to see it), provided they weren't deleted more than 30 days ago.


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Go to contacts.google.com - see if you can find them there. If not, then I'm afraid you're out of luck.


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Try clearing app data and also verify you have either wifi or data connection as Chahk mentioned. Try logging into the proposed Google account in a browser on a computer to verify you have an account & the correct credentials.



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