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This is probably because you have configured Outlook as a Device Administrator. This prevents you from uninstalling the app. If you wish to uninstall Outlook you will need to go to Settings > Security > Device Administrators and uncheck Outlook. This will then allow you to uninstall the app. Steps taken from Nexus 5 so may differ slightly on other devices


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From XDA - Xposed FAQ, Why isn't the Xposed Installer available via Play Store? I [read: the developer] have several reasons for that. I wrote about it in this post. And as I learned, Google does indeed sometimes remove apps which interfere with other apps. From my point of view, you are free to publish the modules you develop on Play Store (at ...


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Like Izzy said, the security of the app store is very important. In addition, make sure not to download the same app, or an app with the same package name on two different markets, it might create a conflict and produce a few errors, possibly a signature mismatch but it may vary by market. If the creators of the market are smart, they would prevent the error ...


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Depends on the store you're using, and how safe it is. See e.g. our alternative-markets tag-wiki, questions using that tag, and especially How safe is it to use Aptoide? I've made pretty good experiences with F-Droid, and also with Aptoide (sticking to their main repository named "Apps", which is curated manually and well maintained – see the link in ...


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I am assuming you took the old one off. If not, just go onto the store, tap the side menu icon, tap the down arrow above the options, and switch account.Then delete it from the accounts menu in settings. If you did take it off: Take off every account, and clear the data, cache and force stop the play store. If you must, uninstall its updates. Then re-add ...


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Notes: OP already know the details, but I've elaborated things considering other readers in mind. I've assumed that the device is rooted, and my solution is tested on Android 4.2, 4.4 and 5.0, all running Play Store v5.6.8. (Sorry! couldn't test it on Kitkat but no reason to believe that it wouldn't work.) The solution by Craig is actually quite ...


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You can use Titanium Backup's Market[sic] Doctor feature to restore your apps to the 'Installed' list in Google Play Store. Here's how: Open Titanium Backup. Press the Menu button on your device. Select Market[sic] Doctor . From the popup, select User apps or User and system apps depending on which kind of app isn't showing up on your 'Installed' list. ...


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There is an idea by Firelord in the comment here which I think should work: The best way I think is to have a backup of the app (at least its APK if not the data files; APK of earlier version of an app can also be obtained from some websites (beware of malware) if you updated the app and doesn't have the backup) so that if you end up disliking the ...


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You're going to want to clear the cache of your Google services on the device. Note that this will remove your Google Account from the device - so you'll have to re-add it. Navigate to Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > All Clear the data for Google Play Services, Google Service Framework and Google Play Store Reboot the device Log ...


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Try installing FAcebook APK manually following this steps : on your phone go to settings > security and check the unknown source check box Download the latest (to the date of this answer) facebook apk from here after the download is finish click on the apk in the list of Downloaded items or go to /sdcard/downloads with a file manager app like es file ...



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