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I would just recommend installing the zip file of the google apps usually called gapps.zip. You can find the corresponding files for download at goo.im; make sure to pick the one matching your device's Android version. Then copy it to your device's SD card, boot into recovery, chose to "install from zip", select the file – and once it's flashed you should be ...


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Of course you can, in fact, the only reason a lot of people connect their Google account is to use play store and get apps easily. I suggest you to install F-Droid: it is the best source for open source Android apps, where you can find a "copy" of all g-apps. For the last part, technically, if you answered No to all google's attempt to get you accept ...


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Change your homepage to www.google.com or similar


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If you performed a /data wipe (factory reset) on your old phone, you have nothing to worry about; that person will not be able to "automatically" log onto your Google Account. Old phones will always show up on Play Store when you're looking from your PC. You cannot remove the device from Play Store, but you can hide it from your Google Play Settings from a ...


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As someone who tried to keep a select few Google apps from opening a bevy of other Google apps, just to preserve battery life, and that failed so spectacularly that I opted to use non-Google apps, I have a suspicion you really can't do it unless GMusic runs in kiosk mode (possible; I use iPods for kiosk music so I'm not sure about GMusic). If GMusic doesn't ...


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I tried various actions, including clearing all data, and uninstalling and reinstalling the app. None of them worked. Eventually, I removed accounts B and C, uninstalled the app again, restarted the phone, and reinstalled the app. This worked. The licence was automatically restored. What's more, Google restored the app's data — admittedly, from a couple ...


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Did a quick google search, seems like there is no limit placed devices connected to your Google account. The only apparent restriction is four devices for Google Music. Aside from a bug, there no documented device restrictions.


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Well, that sure looks like you have messed your device really well, I would suggest the better option would be downloading the stock ROM and flashing it over your device anyway there's also another option which you can use like get the apk file of the apps from sites like Android Police. Google PlayStore, Google PlayServices, Google+ Install then over your ...


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I just got a windows tablet on black thurs and had the same issue. I currently am logged into Google on my nexus 5 phone and laptop. I downloaded chrome for the tablet because I don't like explorer. logged into Google & was prompted to recover/reset password. No idea why because my password was the same as always. I reset it, then was kicked out of my ...



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