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It could be your data connection is lost. - Try to pull out the battery in your phone. - take your sim card out and re-insert it back in. - turn your phone back on and try your download again. This works for my S3 TMO


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Even I get same error when I have slower internet speeds. Probably slow internet is the mere problem.


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Is not possible install apps of google play without gapps, but you can install a "minimal google play" http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1918484


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Sounds like it's trying to install direct to your SD card. Go to settings>storage>unmount SD card Install the app mount SD card again


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1) Go to your phone's Settings > Storage 2) Unmount SD Card (your external SD card) 3) Download/install from the app(s) from the Store again 4) Go back to Settings > Storage - then Mount your SD card again (or reboot) Or you can try this 1)Insert the sd card in you windows pc 2)You will find a folder named android_secure in it you will find the file ...


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You can also do one thing...rather then again installing the apps on the New tablet...install ES File Explorer on your old tablet...goto App Manager and tale backup of all apps..and then send that folder to new device..and without any internet connection..Install all the .apk (application) files your want..!!


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Yes, there is, both from the device, or using Google Play on a 'regular computer'. Using your mobile device Open the Google Play Store app Touch the Play Store icon and select My Apps. Visit the All category. Select an app you’d like to install, then touch the Install button on the app’s detail page. Using your computer Visit your ...


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Google just added this to the Play Store a few days ago. Open the Play Store and tap the menu in the top left and then tap People. Here you will see an overview and some recommended apps and people. If you scroll to the bottom, you will see a few g+ contacts. Tap "See more" to view a list of all the people in your g+ circles. Then tap on the person you want ...


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Using a cache cleaner, I freed up some cache, netting me a little over 130 MB free space in the app storage. I then updated, and it worked. Freeing the cache again after the update, I only had 100 MB left. I also saw that the cache for the Play Store was about 28 MB, so apparently that's the size of the download for the Chrome update. Using a disk ...


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If you've already allowed Google Backup to backup your apps, then changing settings before you do the factory reset won't make any difference. After the factory reset, when you next start the device, it'll go through the first-time setup steps again: where it guides you through connecting to a Wi-Fi network and signing into a Google account. On the screen ...


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The best way I know (using CM11 as a reference) is to go to Settings -> Backup & Reset and removing the checkmark next to Auto Restore. It may be under another heading on different ROMS so you may need to look around for it. It is best to do this before you do the factory reset.


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If you have more than one device registered with your email it should show in the google play store a dropbox (choose a device) after you click install. Something like this.


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Add new google account through settings option in your phone.


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You need to change your mobile number in your google settings


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Download Google Play store here [ http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1996995 ]. Install it from file manager by clicking APK file. Convert to System app via TitaniumBackup if you've already bought it as this feature is only available in PRO version. Or use this app [ https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.j4velin.systemappmover ] ...


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I think that you have mis-interpreted For applications and all in-app products that you choose to sell on Google Play to mean all purchases made through apps distributed via Google Play rather than purchases made using the Google Play Store. When you use the Ebay app they don't take payment via Google Play and therefore do not need to pay Google 30%. ...


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In Google Play Store, click the My Play activity link. Source.


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Use titanium backup, which lets you disable/remove apps like that. Or, flash a new rom that doesn't include gapps, download a gapps package and remove the Play Store, then flash that modified package.


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According to the TOS, Google Play gift cards never expire. You can view your balance by opening your Google Wallet page (you can also view your transaction history here to figure out where your money went) or by contacting Customer Care at 1-855-466-4438.


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The naming convention is derived from the Java standards, and is comparable to an URL, but in reverse. The key here is that it has to be unique, that's why it's so specific. In you example, com is the main category which is comparable to a Top Level Domain, which can also be com. Next is the company name king, which can be compared to a domain name, and ...


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Above answer only stops them from appearing, it doesn't remove them. For that you'll need to root. Here's a guide that kind of answers your problem: Be careful! Droidviews: Removing Stock Apps.


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Have you tried turning it on and off again? If it doesn't work, take it back to the shop.


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Gift cards expire after a year of not being used, I think. To check their value go to buy an app, and on payment methods, the card will be displayed with the value underneath. Then cancel out of buying the app.


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Try rooting, installing a custom recovery and then finding an English ROM to flash on XDA or some such place. There'll be guides on Google.


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I do apologize if I misunderstood your question, but if you just want to be able to install apps from the play store, you could use a free online service called Evozi. It lets you download apks directly from the play store. You can install the app by opening the app package in your emulator. Keep in mind however, that you would have to update the apps ...


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You can only get Google Play apps on officially supported devices, which have the Google Play infrastructure pre-loaded. If you have an emulator, an overview of how to do this: Install a "pirate" copy of the Google apps from goo.im Modify your build.prop so that you have a "supported" device linked to your account (app developers will choose devices to ...


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My is working when i close the app when the downloading app is at 100% or it didnt start at all i open the app again and its started installing and my app is installed. It isnt a very effective way but its something. :)


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If you are trying to download an app on a device that has date and time not set properly then also this problem can happen. Check the date and time settig.


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You might want to see apps you have installed previously but since uninstalled in order to find an app that you but want to recommend to a friend. You might uninstall an app by accident and want to find it again easily. Google Play needs to keep track of this information anyway, for two reasons:- You can only review an app you've installed; Even after ...


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DO you not have the Google Play application then? you could try using the Web version of google play or you could just do a quick google search for "Google Play APK" and install that - note you will have to tick the box in your settings that allows apps from an unknown source to be installed on your phone Jayden


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Ouch... So, I'm unclear on what exactly you meant by "took a backup"... This sounds like a Google Play Services mismatch - either mismatched with the Android version you're running or different app versions installed. I'm gonna need more info to troubleshoot it, but just a couple shots in the dark here: Play Service and Store don't like being messed ...


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you might install mobogenie .it gives u one -click root feature.so you may root that ways.and moreover huawei phones have a large range and most of them are not known.so either buy a well known product or go for samsung products


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This is due to the fact that by default non google-play applications are blocked by default in Android, as a security measure. To allow these to be installed go to (this may vary in wording across Android Versions) Settings > Security > Unknown Sources this allows things to be installed that are not form the known (Google Play Store) source. You ...


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Go to application memory and select play store then click clear data.


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I think that the best thing is If your friend have an android phone you tell your friend to share the playstore app with an App named MY APP SHARER and install it, Or u can download it from the internet its just 2 to 4 MB to download, it works seriously.


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Just download the play store .apk file and install it. If you had it before, you can install it now.


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Try flashing the CM10.1 GApps .zip file on the CyanogenMod Wiki (http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Google_Apps)! CM10.1 = 4.2.1 android version. When I flashed CM11 on my phone I used the GApps for CM11 on my phone, try it out on yours.


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System space is internal andoid space (not your SD card/storage space). To make more empty space available in your system, you can do the following: Clean system cache (there are various apps to do that); Uninstall unused apps; Move apps to sd card (with App2SD or similar application); System space depends on the device and is limited amount of space ...


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Firstly you’ll need a copy of the official Google Play Store apk file to install on your device. You can download this on your PC and move it over to your handset or download it directly onto your handset, in which case it will appear in your download folder. Either way is fine. You can download it from here.Get latest version from it. You’ll need to enable ...


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The solution is to ‘Disable’ the apps from the Android system settings and they will no longer appear in your Play Store updates list. E.g. for Google Currents: Settings > Apps > All > find ‘Currents’ - tap it, select ‘Disable’. The same applies to the all other listed apps in the question (with the exception of 'Google Play Newsstand’ which I couldn’t ...


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It's because Google can back up which apps you have installed on your Google account, and restore them when you associate your account with a new device. Since your friend's account is new, the apps have not been installed yet, and are therefore not shown. As for why the apps are not shown as installed, it's because they're not installed from Google play, ...


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You must first add your google account to the tablet. The Google Play app won't let you switch an account until there are two or more accounts on the device. So first add your google account. You will probably want to disable all of the synchronizing options. Once that is done, open the Google Play app, and you'll see the option to switch accounts. On top ...


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you can backup your apps using avg antivirus and it will store the backup apps in droidbackupdir in sd card



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