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As an end user there is no way to know the exact number of downloads but if you can see a range if you scroll down the app page and look at the Installs section within Additional Information.


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I don't think that there is any trick available which you can use to hide the apps downloaded from your friends until or unless you unfriend your friends over your G+ account. But I have got another trick for you which is going to work for you like whenever you download app, try getting the .apk file downloaded from third party sites say I want to download ...


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Sadly at present, you cannot. Since around November 2012 Google require Google Plus to review on the play store. All reviews are in your name, have your G+ picture and are publicly shared. There is a popup that states: From now on, reviews you write will be posted publicly using your Google+ name and picture. Your name on previous reviews will ...


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It is not possible according to this guide https://support.google.com/mail/answer/2991620?hl=en There’s no option to sign out of the Gmail app for Android without removing your entire account from your phone or tablet. However, you can accomplish many of the same tasks through other actions, depending on what you need. As an example you can ...


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I am not a lawyer. You can find here the checklist http://developer.android.com/distribute/tools/launch-checklist.html before publishing your app. These two documents https://play.google.com/about/developer-distribution-agreement.html and https://play.google.com/about/developer-content-policy.html do not appear to restrict you from publishing your app. In ...


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If you mean log out of the Google account, it is not possible. You will always need to be logged in to access the store for your apps. As is said before, you can disable the email service.


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I doubt this is something you can directly control, as there's nothing in the Google Developer docs about it. However, I imagine it determines similarity by the name, description, and category, so you should be able to get more users that are interested in your app by using standard SEO tactics in your title and description. Google even has a pretty helpful ...


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TL;DR This issue occurs when an app is trying to redeclare an existing permission, with error message INSTALL_FAILED_DUPLICATE_PERMISSION. For the solution, just skip over to the "Solution" part. Technical Details Excerpts from Android L Developer Preview issue tracker which are linked from an entry on AOSP issue tracker, Post #4: logcat tells me ...


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It means you device doesn't have sufficient memory to help you in getting more apps. What you can do is: Get and SD card from your nearest store and move apps to SD card. You can also try various cleaner apps available to free up your temporary memory. You can also try un-installing apps that you don't use. Note: If you are rooted user then only you can ...


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I don't use Tinder, but I'm trying to answer your questions based on the provided information. What is the reason for this happening? Seems you don't have Google Play services installed. Download and install it from Google Play. Why would Tinder need an active Gmail account on the phone? As mentioned in the comment by Dan Hulme, "Needing Google ...


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This issue has been reported to HP and has been confirmed it is an issue on their end or with the Play Store software.


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I got this official response from Google's support team and it worked: Thank you for contacting Google. It was a pleasure speaking with you today. I understand that your Play Store is targeting the incorrect country at the moment. The content available in Google Play varies by country, and we use the billing address of your default payment ...


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If you have tried other methods with no success, you can try rebooting your device into Android System Recovery mode and using the "wipe cache partition" option. Instructions for a Samsung device are below. Other manufacturers devices will be similar but some have different keys to get into recovery mode. Turn off your phone (Make sure it is completely ...


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How can that happen? Some Android user in the world receives the Store update in its rooted device, then get the apk and uploads it to Aptoide. Google Play Store updates automatically. Some devices get the update faster than others but it's entirely not recommended update manually the Play Store. There are a lot of bad guys out there... Just wait. ...


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One solution I've found was to use anonymous foreign proxies for each country I want to check. It's a pain finding a decent proxy for each separate country, but technically it works.


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Although Nokia XL is based on the Android Open Source Project with Nokia's interface layered on top, it does not come with Google services due to Nokia's contract with Microsoft. However, there is a solution though it involves rooting your phone. You will void your warranty or even ruin your phone;try at your own risk. If you want to want to risk it, Google ...


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You can't use Google Play unless your phone has installed the Google Play Services to the /system partition, which is only possible through flashing it. (If you don't have root access). The .apk of Google Play is only for use with phones installed Google Play Services. The Play Store is the frontend of the Store, which only shows you information and let ...


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From my observations of ~10,000 apps listed at my real-life categorized app-listings, the average app... requests ~7 permissions costs USD 0.88 was last updated ~1.5 years (~17 month or 492 days) ago The last item, a little more detailled: ┌───────────────────────────────────────┬────────┐ | last updated more than 2 years ago | 24.51% | | last ...


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Backup your phone. Do a hard data reset (note, that this is different from a factory reset): Press Volume Up + Volume Down + Power Button all at once. Press Volume Up. Go to recovery and then select wipe data/factory reset. If you are facing any troubles, then this link should be helpful for you.


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What you can do is get the .apk file of the Google PlayServices and Google PlayStore from some trusted source like Android Police etc. You can also use these .apk files Google Play Store and Google Play Service and install it over your device that's should solve the updating problem you are experiencing.



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