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Another solution would be to buy some Google Play credit you enter the code you buy into your wife's play store, and you can use that balance to buy apps


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App developers have the ability to do a staged roll-out of updates to their apps through Google Play Store. This means that a small percentage of users (chosen randomly) receives the update first. The developer can gauge the feedback, and then proceed to a wide roll-out until they reach 100% of their install base. It's possible that the latest version of ...


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Use either of these: BusyBox BusyBox Pro (paid) Note this comment in the description: Please note I did not write BusyBox! I wrote this installer and cross compiled BusyBox for Android. Please see the about menu option for more details or here: www.BusyBox.net If you're installing a custom ROM, it might have BusyBox already (but usually not ...


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Yes, It will :) I do this all the time when a update comes up and available to my phone. I too am using Play Store 4.9.13. Even if this doesn't work out, you can uninstall updates in app settings in your phone.


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I am using a Nexus 4 with new version of PlayStore. I can see a "Share" button just below the "Reviews" section. You can check once again if you have missed it :)


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A solution could be to add your Google Account to her phone, disable all syncing (Gmail, Calendar, Contacts, etc.), and then install the app from the Play store from your account. I did this with my wife's phone so that I could use some apps that I had purchased but on her phone. Google Play currently has "no data move functionality available" source so ...


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You can report the app to Google. When visiting the app's page in the web version of the Play Store, there's a link for "Flag as inappropriate". Under "Malicious or inappropriate Android apps" (and I'd say this probably qualifies) you are given two options for reporting the app. One through the Play Store app on your device, the other via a web site. ...


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Are you clicking on ads inside apps? Because they would pop-up Play Store immediately. Remove all those apps which pops-up ads very frequently. If no - try signing out of the Play Store and stop it forcibly using App Manager. Then start it and login again. Post what happened.


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Android leaves some space for system updates, usually 10% (I'm not sure if this number), so if your free space becomes lower than that, it says you are running out of storage space. There are methods for increasing internal storage by using a second partition on your SD Card and mounting it using Link2Sd. (Note: you need root for this)


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No and no. In the first case, the app isn't downloaded from Google Play, it's downloaded from another source. In the second case, it's shipped with the ROM, and has no ties to Google Play. However, if you supply the APK via other means than Google Play, you can't use Google Play's update features.


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You'll have to just Google it and find a copy elsewhere on the internet. If it's unpublished from the Play Store, you can't install it from there anymore.


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I assume that rooting and flashing a ICS rom on your HTC desire is out of the question, so how about you take the SIM card from your HTC to your nexus 4, complete the offer, then switch back? If the offer is tied to the operator the nexus 4 should be able to make the purchase just fine. If the offer is tied to the device model (HTC), then try this app on ...



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