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I have the same problem, also using casper, but I haven't rooted my phone, is there any way?


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It's easy to solve error 927. All you need to do is Clear cache Uninstall updates Reconfigure google account associated with your smartphone. Found some helpful resource about solving 927 play store error here.


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You need to relogin as it may be a play services error. just remove your google account/accounts, reboot your phone, relogin to your account/accounts. if it still fails then look for google play services in settings > applications > google play services and do a clear data. after restarting, relogin your account/s it should work fine.


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Google is probably not using your current location to determine if the app can be installed. Instead it might be using something like your billing address. You can try changing your registered billing address and ensuring it is registered to an Indian address. There are detailed steps on how to do this in another question.


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I too had the same issue and i have gone through several forums for the help.All have suggested the same . Clear cache and clear data of the playstore. Force stop the playstore. Remove and add google account. I have tried all of the above but not found any good. But after lot of trail and error i have resolved the issue. Solution is the same as ...


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I too had the same issue and i have gone through several forums for the help.All have suggested the same . Clear cache and clear data of the playstore. Force stop the playstore. Remove and add google account. I have tried all of the above but not found any good. But after lot of trail and error i have resolved the issue. Solution is the same as ...


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To answer the first part of your question, your list of purchased apps in the Play Store is a union of all of the purchased apps on all of your Google accounts. As long as your abc@gmail.com account is logged in on your phone you will have access to all apps purchased on that account. This does NOT mean that they in any way become affiliated with any other ...


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I assume abc@gmail.com was the first account you added to the device presumable at the initial Android setup on first run. What Android does is it makes this account the primary account unless removed. All other accounts are secondary to that. In earlier versions of Android, it was difficult to remove the Primary account, if my memory serves me right. So, I ...


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I have solved this problem and I am posting the solution here in case someone else would have the same problem. I downloaded, installed and ran Lucky Patcher apk file V6.4, for Android 4.0.3, 4.0.4 from here https://goo.gl/UqPEDS and it did the trick.


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If you are on lollipop you must disable the battery saver to let Google play download the app OR Stay on the play store and wait till it downloads not even let the screen shut


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So it turns out the Google Organisation my Google Account was managed by had Google Payments (formerly Google Wallet) disabled for all users; after enabling it, everything works perfectly.


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You need to clear cache for Google play store and Google play service. If that didn't solve it then you have to delete both and reinstall it. Then try again. If the above option didn't work, go to Settings/Accounts/Google, Select your gmail and turn off sync. From your web browser, go to Google Wallet delete payment details and add it again. Go back to ...


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I've found one apk-downloaders.com from which we can download apks which appearance is similar to Apk Downloader (I found sometimes Apk Downloader shows an error). Example: Enter package name: Get Details & click to download apk: At the bottom of information, you will find button for downloading apk: Get apk: After clicking on download button ...


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If you are running a custom ROM, you will need to re-flash it along with the corresponding GApps package. If your phone is unmodified stock (beyond rooting) you will need to re-flash the original phone firmware as described in this guide, and optionally re-root it. Quote of the guide from the above mentioned post: *Download wmshua *Download ftf file ...


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Quoting from XDA (emphasis supplied) Android Instant Apps is an evolution to the way Android has done applications traditionally. Rather than downloading a full-blown application, Instant Apps allows users to “stream” apps to try it out (in reality, it’s a partial code download), without going through the hassle of downloading and installing it So, ...


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Play store will count Installation or not Definitely won't be count an installation. If Play store will not count then what is the meaning to use it from developer side. What will be benefit to the developer? The key behind Android Instant Apps is that devs won’t have to go back and create a separate version of their app to make this work. All ...


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That can be done using AppBrain App Market, an alternative frontend to the Google Play Store. This app a.o. lets you … exclude apps from updates permanently skip specific updates (and only be notified when the next update comes) This way you can exclude stuff from the "batch update" and just have it performed for everything else. You still can update ...


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The Guardian Project's free and open-source app Checkey does much of what you're looking to do. via F-Droid: "Checkey is a utility for getting information about the APKs that are installed on your device. Starting with a list of all of the apps that you have installed on your device, it will show you the APK signature with a single touch, and provides ...


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Guess what I was running out of time and did factory reset again and din't do any of things told like clearing cache, data for market this time and within 15 minutes market got updated to Play store. Only change is I connected it over data than over wifi to internet.


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They will be in Google's Play Music app. You can listen or download them from that app.


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When installing the Google Services Framework, the best way is to flash a GApps package via recovery (to properly write to /system). You can find the flashable package for your Android version at OpenGapps. In addition, some apps try to detect if your device is factory modified (eg. rooted) and may prevent you from using its services by stopping the process ...


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There are multiple approaches you could take: a kiosk-mode solution. That would pin the user to a certain app or group of apps defined as "kiosk" parental-control apps, which are often a specific variant of kiosk use an App-Locker The latter most likely is the approach best fitting your current case: You can define which apps should be "locked down" and ...


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Before trying to install anything open the apps section and try to get playstore in stock version(uninstall all updates) then clear cache and data of that app. If it doenst work then go to your recovery and format just system and cache, then install the ROM and gapps (don't format data or you'll lose all installed apps and files on your internal partition) ...


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I had the same problem, so I did the following: Clear cache for all apps. Clear data in Google Play and Google Play Services Logout of my Google Account, and login again. Try installing the game.


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You'll need some sort of custom recovery install. If you have one click here and then select the correct version of Android you're running. Then download it and move it to your phone. After boot into your custom recovery and flash it.


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You may need to clear all data of Google Play store. I always prefer not to download from play store due to slow connection. There are many site which allow me to download apk file. See What are the alternative app markets? for more details.


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Im using mui7, try go to tools>donwloads icon>on uper right pres " ....">setting>downloads size limit, u can change by mb or unlimited..


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Google apps usually require Google Play Services and Framework. If the Google apps have a web interface, then use that in a web browser. Usually, the web interface detects that you are on Android and ask you to load the app. If your browser supports spoofing, that is if you pretend to be using IE/Firefox for desktop, then the redirection will not happen. ...


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You can check the app on AppBrain, which provides an alternative frontend to Google Play. Their app pages a.o. feature a history section. On the example of aCalendar+: App history (source: AppBrain; click image for larger variant) As the screenshot shows, you get a price history along with the changelog (right part) if the app was paid – and you also get ...


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Try going to "Settings > Apps > Google Play" and then pressing the "Clear Data" button. Then go back into Google Play Store. You may have to sign in again but I doubt it.


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Open Google Play, touch the Menu icon in the upper-left (next to Google Play text), My apps & games, the tab that opens should be called Installed, and anything updating will show an "Update All" button with text in the app description that says "Update".


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Although the previous answers identified the problem and explained why it doesn't work, the answer is not so clear in those posts. Basically, you must have a working Google account on the phone, that will apply to all Google Apps on the device, including the Play Store and Gmail. So the solution is to add a valid Google account to the device and the Play ...


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In Android 6.0 permissions have changed from older "all or nothing" approach (where play store prompted you to accept all permissions an app is asking for) to a more granular structure, where the prompt for each permission (e.g. Camera, Contacts, Phone, etc.) appears the first time an app requests it. New or updated apps that were designed with this feature ...


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Play store, gmail, youtube, google play services, play music, google news, google keep, maps, google drive, google photos, All the above apps are Google products, so when you first start your phone you need to give a google account to run the google play services and google play store. Now when you have installed any google application then it will take the ...


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What I have done when I experience a similar issue was this, put ALL of your (ever precious) music photos and files in a SD card, and do a complete factory data reset. Try this if you haven't fixed it by now and let me know how this works for you.


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Three steps to regain full control over your phone, Root your phone. There are dozens of rooting software out there. Last I used for a Huawei phone was Kingo Root, did the job quite well. Note: This might involve factory reset. Install custom recovery. It might be tricky to learn which version will work with your phone. XDA should help. Otherwise trial and ...


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If you know the x and y coordinates for the install and accept buttons you can run the following after starting market pointing to app like Ohad Cohen stated adb shell input touchscreen tap x y - x and y coordinates for install button with space inbetween pause for a second or 2 then run adb shell input touchscreen tap x y - x and y coordinates for ...


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It could be either sideloading or installing a version that previously wasn't locked to particular devices, yes. Given that it's available for your other device, it doesn't seem like it would be location-related. APK Mirror is generally the best place to get apps for sideloading, or you could install it on your other device and then copy it off if that ...


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Mighty pm disable would work here, but requires us to provide root access. Determine the package name of your app and use adb shell or a terminal emulator app to execute these commands: su pm disable PACKAGE # PACKAGE refers to package name of the app To reinstate the app, replace disable with enable in the said command and execute it with root ...


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You can use Titanium Backup to Freeze the apps. Freezing apps is the same thing as disabling them. You do not need root for this if you are freezing non-system apps. If that does not work for you, you can try using a PC tool to freeze the app through USB Debugging.


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Is [Remote Application Removal Feature] also effective for apps downloaded from alternative stores? No. Google doesn't care about apps that are downloaded from alternative stores, nor does they have to. Google provides a chance for user to check the application on installation-time (called Package Verifier), but beyond that, it's not Google's ...


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To fix this issue follow this solutions. Solution 1. Clear Cache from Google Play Store Solution 2. Uninstall Updates of Google Play store and then try restarting your android device Solution 3. Install Latest Google Play Store. Solution 4. Still if you are unable to solve try doing factory reset. In my article, I have listed all these solutions in a ...



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