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If you don't want to root your device, you should be able to see AVG under the 'All' tab in your list of apps. If this is the case, open it and there will be one or both of these options available: 'Uninstall Updates' which will reduce the app size and save you space. 'Disable' which will prevent the app from running and will hide it from the app drawer. ...


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This message is because you do not have any Account Recovery information tied to your account. This is not some Malware, or anything harmful. They will not change any of your security settings by clicking it. Clicking "continue" will ask you for additional information to verify your account and your device. You should enter the information, it is the ...


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With help from Andrew T. I've got the answer to my question. For the first time I've used my Google Wallet, so that must be the reason for changing the country settings also in Play Store under My apps I don't have visible Spotify although I've have installed it nor do I have it when I search apps Store.


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If you have rooted your phone (if you do not know what root is then it is not rooted) try the app foldermount, it may solve your problem. For more help moving an app to the external storage please watch this video I made: http://youtu.be/SUiZ_-B94Co


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As the article says, If you're making use of the WebView in your app, becoming a beta channel tester will give you an early start with new APIs as well as the chance to test your app before the WebView rolls out to your users. The first version offered in the beta channel will be based on Chrome 40 and you can find a full list of changes on the ...


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Unless an app is open-source (freeware), doing so is illegal and is an infringement to the End User License Agreement. However, if you talking about open-source apps, you can request the developers to send you a copy of the source code for any changes/editing. You can find the contact details of the developers in the Play Store page of the app.


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I did some research on the topic and came up with the following chart. It seems that increasing the cache size does NOT always translate to higher I/O speeds. Test Device: Samsung Galaxy S-III i9300, 1.7GHz, 1GB RAM, CM 11 Custom Modded Test Operation: 100MB Archive Read, Paste 100MB file to SD Card, Launch Time: Stack Exchange The chart displaying the ...


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Have you actually deleted it, or only disabled it? Go into Settings > Apps, page over to 'All', and see whether Google Play Store (and Google Play services) aren't still there on the list; if they are, go in and re-enable them.


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Depending on your device and ROM you can either reinstall your operating system (ROM) or you can reinstall the gApps (Google apps). Normally the apps come in a flashable zip file that you can install (flash) via recovery (a secondary minimal operating system). Depending on your device the ROM can come in a flashable zip file or a variety of other files ...


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Although the exact cause can not be said, and since you already tried Clear cache but below are few things that you may want to try: 1.Check the date and time of your device. This was the problem with majority of users complaining about this error message in their Google Play Store app. If your date and time are not correctly set, you will again the “No ...


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Here you go - Google Play Services Right click on abovementioned link to copy the entire link.


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Use Helium app[1] to backup you phone and then do a restore on the new one. I am not affiliated with developers of Helium in any way, only a regular user. Helium is just a (sophisticated) frontend to adb backup so if you feel adventurous, you can achieve similar results using just adb. [1]: ...


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The Play Store uses the payment information you have on-file with them for geo-targeting. A VPN shouldn't make any difference in the results you see unless you change your payment info to match the country you want to test.


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If I remember correctly, the first time you login with your new Spotify account, you can enjoy Premium for a month or so. Your Premium trial period may have run out. There could be country restrictions in place. It has been a while since I last stumbled across this problem with a friend's computer.


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Not that I want to support you hiding things from your spouse, but if you log onto google.com/play on a PC and sign into your account there you can permanently delete things from your purchase history, but you also lose the app permanently.


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The closest I've come is combining two settings. I do this on two devices, one running Android 4.4.4 (KitKat) and another running Android 5.0.2 (Lollipop). System Settings → Wi-Fi → Advanced → Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep → Only when plugged in Play Store → Settings → Auto-update apps → Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi only ...


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A new version of Microsoft's OneNote is out on Android (tablets only I'm afraid), which I think you can do exactly what you want. Type a text and handwrite over it. Here's a blog post describing the features. I think that the best results are obtain with a Note tablet though, with an actual pressure sensitive electronic pen.



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