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This thread showed up first when googling my problem, so I'm replying to this old question. You can solve this problem by rebooting into recovery mode (typically volume up + power, or volume up + home button + power) and selecting the option to clear cache.


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This could also appears when you trying to install an app that is not install on the current user, but still installed on the guest or another user. You have more that one user on Lollipop devices.


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Im currently working on a permission based search filter for the Android Play store. For now I have found over 1.2 Mio Apps and added their permission to my database. How does the Webservice work? First im sending an anonymous request to the Google Play store webpage to get a list of apps Parse the result and extract the app ids Find the app ids in my DB ...


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Each user profile is using their respective IAPs, and so far it is not currently possible to share those purchases accross multiple users on the same device. I don't know enough about restricted profiles, so I can't answer that part, sorry.


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If you open Settings > Apps > find Google Play Services and select uninstall updates, that should revert to your previous version of GPS. I think you did the same as me, as it wasn't clear on any site that this APK wasn't suitable for the Nexus 9 - were you getting an error message with regards to GP Music as well? AC


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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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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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There is a ticket open now on Google Code, so hopefully this feature will be added in a future release. https://code.google.com/p/android-developer-preview/issues/detail?id=1511


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I think you should reinstall Factory Images and start from zero. https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images?csw=1


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Use market enabler app then change your Google play location to the US.


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If you have Huawei App Store installed then the whole process is a piece of cake. Based on the model you are reffering to, T-00, I guess you have the chinese version so the Huawei App Store should be available in you device. Open Huawei App Store Search for "Google Play Services" and Install it Install "Google Play Store" as well Then in the search bar ...


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You can get the .apk of Google PlayStore over here get it downloaded over the device memory and try installing it ! I should work for you ! PS: Don't worry about the source it's coming from a trusted source i.e. AndroidPolice


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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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https://www.google.com/settings/dashboard?hl=en This is the exact link to where you can go down the rabbit hole to delete google android play store restore data.


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The best option would be head over to your Google account and change the Language settings to something you preferred. Once done open the device head over to settings>application manager>Clear the cache and the data stored by the Google play Store and close the app. Once done, try opening the Google PlayStore and this time the language will be changed.


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You Can Change Language in two ways 1. Go to the respective app detail page in Google Play website ; add “ &hl= " to the URL of the app Example for showing Evernote in Vietnamese: - Domain: https://play.google.com/store/ apps/details?id=com.evernote - add “&hl=vi” - Complete URL: https://play.google.com/ store/apps/details?id=com.evernote&hl=vi ...


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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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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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The message can be deleted based on the status that is shown in whatssapp. 1.That is there is clock symbol is shown it can be deleted safely (iff internet connection is off). 2.Otherwise that is a single tick mark is showing means it is now at whatsapp server so if you deleted or not it doesn't matter it will reach at the receiver whenever internet ...


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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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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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Actually the app seems to work just fine. I am getting matches, can chat with them, so it looks like Tinder's error message is erroneous. In any case no obvious functionality appears broken.


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Simply go to google store in app manager on your device and uninstall the update... Works all the time. Its a google migration issue as the updates are only compatible with certain version of Android... Lemme know if it works?


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Download this unlocker. Unzip it somewhere you will remember. http://dl1.rapidshare.de/files/689909/63115315/Motorola_Unlocker.zip 1) Turn Off your phone 2) plug your phone to the PC using your mini usb cable 3) put your phone on the flash mode *,#,and power button 4) open the software 5) click on connect RFone 6) click yes when it say done it is unlocked


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First of all to be able to change anything on your android device you must first 'Root' it . I assume your Android device is already rooted . There is an App called Market Unlocker/enabler , it makes it very easy to change your country to any other country for G-play known . Just install it as an normal apk , and give it Root permissions . and you can ...


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Before uninstalling updates I would also try Clear Data (same place - under Google Play in Application Manager). That fixed the same issue for me.


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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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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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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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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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Try this: Uninstall google apps, Remove google account from android and new google account and do not install those apps again!


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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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just get a way to download Mobomarket, and you can use that app to download others, infact it works more or less like google play app. its not necessary to delete anything, unless you cant download the app(mobomarket) itself.


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If your device supports multiple Google account you may try to add the new account and then leaving a review from the new account.



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