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In general the answer is no - however Google do have the capability of remotely removing apps (i.e. Malware) from everyone's device as required, and if they do so they will provide you with a notification. This was explained by Rich Cannings, Android Security Lead in an Android Developers blog post, back in 2010:- ... In cases where users may have ...
While not exactly an answer to your question, I saw this happen recently, and the cause was that an app developer had changed the name of the app. When it did an auto-update, the old app disappeared, and the new app was installed. But, the icon was removed from my launcher page, and the new one was not put there. Once I had figured out why I had an empty ...
No, it is not removed automatically. I actually use several apps that have been removed from the Play Store since I installed them.
With Changelog Droid being currently "out of order"1, let me mention an alternative: App Watcher claims to do the very same: App Watcher notifies you about updates of applications from Play Store even the app is not installed currently on your device and provides quick access to the "What's new" section. App Watcher (source: Google Play; click ...
You (or someone else) probably accidentally click this banner on the main screen. And "Accept" the offer. (Note: this dialog may also pop-up on reboot) - OR - Avast pushed the installation silently (which I still doubt since it didn't happen on my case). Avast gets the Google accounts saved on the Chrome, and it's possible for them to offer their ...
To install gapps, flash them from the recovery (the same way you installed the ROM), you shouldn't open the .zip file since it is automatically processed by the recovery.
In general, yes. The content you purchased via an in-app-purchase will persist between installs (and even across devices). The purchase is tied to the account and will usually be restored upon installing the app again. There may be rare cases, where the developer has not done this; but for the most part they do.
This started happening at the same time that Google introduced the concept of "delta" updates. This means that only the portion of the app that has been modified is sent over, as opposed to the entire app. However, they never changed how the Play Store app calculates the download percentages - it's still taking app's full size as the base 100%, instead of ...
Install Xposed Installer and GravityBox module on your rooted device. Reboot your device and then Long press the Power button, you will get 'Screen Record' option. You can change the preferences for screen recording as per your need from the GravityBox module.
Maybe simply there isnt enough storage as stated in the error. Apps are installed in data patition not your internal sd card. Dont be misleaded by that. There are /cache /data /system partitions .Preinstalled system applications are in read only /system partition. When you install app from play store it will be installed in /data partition and its limited. ...
If you signed into you Google+ account while playing the game, then progress is synchronised across to the second device. While playing the game, sign into your Google+ account on the second device. This will give you the option to load your existing progress. If you didn't sign into to your Google+ account on the first device, then I'm afraid it isn't ...
A Google Search turned up different possible reasons for that. Let's walk them one-by-one: Installing from Android Market. Unknown reason-102 This post on our sister site gives the most likely reason in your case, being a problem with the certificate: I solved this with using a different signing certificate. The Android docs suggest a life of 10,000 ...
No. All of these have the same result.
If you want to report crash, you can do using other way : When app crash, go to Phone Dialer -> Dial *#9900# keystring -> Dial This will open Dumpsys terminal, then click Run Dumpstate and this application terminal will capture logs in background for you. Now, you just need to attach the file from /log/dumpstate_ddmmyyhhmmss file as crash report.
Do it with in 5 minutes Method : Change package name so that android will recognize it as a different app. No apktool, no adb, no super user skills needed. Tools required - PC with JAVA ( Windows, Linux, Mac ) ( JDK 8 prefered ) - ApkRename Steps - Backup/Downlaod a copy of the desired app (app.apk) - Transfer to PC - On PC download JAVA and ...
This parsing error appers when either: The APK file is corrupted (unlikely if you're downloading from the Play Store) The APK file is not compatible with your Android version (again, unlikely if the Play Store works fine for other apps) If the APK file is not provided by the Play Store, it is likely that either of these errors occur.
How do I update from Play Store? Open your Play Store; From the left edge of screen do a left to right swipe to access Play Store Menu; Select My Apps - it will open a list of all apps installed from Play Store; Find Whatsapp Messnger, select Whatsapp Messenger and you will be presented with a page of Whatsapp; Otherwise, after "Step 1.", type in ...
The call feature is available in WhatsApp-2.12.5. The Google Play Store should show you the latest version (If Notification Checked) How do I update from Play Store, or will it only happen automatically and not manually? This is only available, when the below option is enabled: if this option is disable, you need to download manually. As you can ...
Check in https://www.appannie.com Just write the title of app in search box, it brings all possible information about app. Moreover, it shows the release date or dates of all released versions.
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