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From what you described, to me it seems like you've installed wrong Gapps package (probably for different Android version), check your gapps package, and if it's the wrong one, simply download the correct package and retry with flashing. In case your Gapps package is correct, you might have flashed it incorrectly. In that case, you might want to reflash ...


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Method 1 : Go to Settings -> Applications and find Google Play. Then > Clear Cache. or Method 2 : Go to Settings > Accounts > Google and remove your google account. Then add it back to the device and try redownload or reupdate the App. If it doesn't work and the error is still there give it some time. It'll likely clear itself out and you'll be ...


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It is unlimited. The Terms of Use for Amazon's Appstore make no statements regarding number of installs or devices, but it uses the word "copies" to refer to the fact that multiple installations are permitted. The only restriction noted is that you must have the Appstore app installed and you must be signed in to the account that made the purchase: Once ...


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When you download a paid or free app on Google Play, the app is connected to your Google Account. This means you can reinstall downloaded apps to new or reset devices without purchasing them again. source : Reinstall apps & games This is About Apk apps.but for Download this, if you can download this again in Old Device so you can Copy Downloading Link ...


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Pretty easy to answer – let me use an example: I add your Google account as my secondary. Now I log in with my primary. Would you be happy if I wouldn't have to authenticate for the secondary now? That would enable me to do all kind of stuff "on behalf of you". So, putting it in short terms: Security concerns. Whether you have logged in with the second ...


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Android is an open-source project. Kindle Fire works with its own store and it's making a lot of money. So no, Google won't forbid you using the Android - without Google.


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No, unless you either accept the ToS, or remove the account, you're unable to access the Play Store's interface therefore not allowing you to switch accounts.


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I resolved the issue and it was because of the reason that I wasn't using SIM card


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This is not simple to solve. The solution that worked for me requires the device to be rooted, "Terminal Emulator" app and a file manager that can access to your whole file system (like "Root Browser"). I also have the "BusyBox" app installed which might be necessary to use the terminal emulator properly. The first thing I did was to spot all files ...


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I've got a way to do this that is really simple and doesn't require needing to download to your computer every time. I recommend using the music manager from google play to upload your existing collection of music, first. Otherwise, any track you want to make into a ringtone will need to be purchased first. From your phone using the chrome browser, ...



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