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If you are using the web interface (going to the Play store on your computer), there is an option to choose which device to download it to. After you hit the green install button a window pops up. There will be a rectangle on top that has a list of permissions that the app requires. Underneath that is a drop down box that allows you to choose which device ...


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try with that http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2397942 it replaces your play store and google apps with the last official versions you have to flash it from Recovery


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Burma or Myanmar had been sanctioned since 1997 by the U.S. due to the political system. The U.S. plans on lifting the sanctions starting 2013 because Myanmar began to allow democratic elections (Source: Wikipedia). Not all sanctions have been lifted, yet but Google plans on expanding to Myanmar in the future. From qz.com here: "Google Play… and Google ...


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Sideloaded apps are not linked to Google Play. You will have to update them manually (i.e. sideloading) What you could do is install Titanium Backup (needs root), and use its Attach to Market feature. Another solution would be to use AppBrain instead of Google Play, because AppBrain scans the apps in your phone, and informs you of any updates.


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Open up the PlayStore, open menu and select settings. Select second option from the top auto-update apps. Then chose if you want to update from just WiFi or incur data charges. Sooner or later apps that have updates will want to update. You can also go into the apps and select auto update if available.


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In the app and in the website, you can only get the size of the APK. But for additional downloads (extensions), it's usually not documented, but they can go to as much as 4GB. See this SO question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21330911/max-size-of-an-android-application In some cases, it just says "Varies with device".


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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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This is in part because the Wikipedia app is set as the default app for Wikipedia links, and in part because Chrome is not up to date. Go to Settings menu. Tap "More". Tap "Application manager". If the Wikipedia app is installed, go to step 4. Else, go to step 7. Locate "Wikipedia" and tap on it. Under "Launch by default", tap the "Clear defaults" button. ...


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If your device is rooted, you can download the Link2SD application from Google Play. It can link all the applications to SD card leaving your phone memory with a lot of space.


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There are several utilities to help protect privacy on your phone, provided you have root access. Along with their blocking functions, some have logs or give you instant info about what an app is doing. XPrivacy XPrivacy runs on the XPosed framework. It is designed to let you allow, deny, or spoof tons of different android framework calls. For example, you ...


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Yes, the credits / load is tied to your account. So, it will still be there, as long as you use the same Google account.


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Happened to me as well when I first got my Nexus 4, but it was somehow sorted out. It is possible that I "forgot" the WIFI network and then connected to it again but I'm not sure. Try to see if you can download apps through the web version of the play store: (from your computer, I mean) https://play.google.com/store This isn't an issue that should get you ...


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I Know its already answered but this answer may help to fix it and help someone. source link Method 1 Check your phone memory, how much is free. You can transfer your apps to sd card through ‘apps2sd/app manager’ (free). Clear your cache and data now. For this, follow these steps: Go to menu>settings Go to Application and then press manage application. ...



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