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I fixed my problem by uninstalling Google Play's updates. After that, all the apps will start to update.


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Short answer: You can't! From How can I switch language in google play?, you used to be able to work around this via a proxy: Basically the market is determined automatically based on your IP. You can change some local country settings from your Gmail account settings but still IP of the country you're browsing from is more important. To go around it ...


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Did u set 2 step verification to your Gmail account? If yes then you need to set Application Specific Password to your account. Login to your Gmail from Desktop. Goto Settings page. Find Authorizing Application & sites page. Goto Application Specific Password section Set your app name and device and Password, then click Ok. Now you can login to ...


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I had a similar problem with another Android tablet. 2 step verification was turned on, but after typing correct password and code, I got a similar screen to the original post. Google help was unhelpful but I managed to solve it by attempting to apply an app password. [Note that in this fix, for me, I did not in fact need to set an app password]. At one ...


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I would just recommend installing the zip file of the google apps usually called gapps.zip. You can find the corresponding files for download at goo.im; make sure to pick the one matching your device's Android version. Then copy it to your device's SD card, boot into recovery, chose to "install from zip", select the file – and once it's flashed you should be ...


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According to the answer by Michael Roland on same problem on SO, Play Store opening up after scanning a tag is a clear indication that the tags contain an Android Application Record (AAR). A tag containing an AAR will only start the app referenced in the AAR or will open that app's Play Store page. In order to re-use the tags, you should first ...


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Sometimes when Google Play Store auto update doesn't work, just running the Play Store once, that should get all pending updates by itself.


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You don't need root to stop this dead in its tracks. adblockplus.org Is not on the play store. Its 100% free and works flawlessly. Has several options. Ability to block all ads or just ones like these annoying redirects xploits we talk about here. And it's a browser security issue not an android os issue.


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Settings > account > google > *menu button > Add account. Then go back to google accounts and delete the one you don't want. This will change your play store email!. *also, it may be slightly different on different roms. I gave you the most common method.


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To get to the front page of Play Store, with a lot of history, it may be cumbersome and time-consuming to press the back key or the up key (the left arrow in the top-left). Below is an easier method. Note that this is only possible on devices after Gingerbread (Android 3.0+) Add Play Store to your home screen from your app drawer. Note: This is optional, ...


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Whenever you navigate the Play Store using the app, each app page has a left-arrow just below the status/notification bar. I have just tested this to 20 levels deep, and the arrow brings you to one of 2 places: Play Store home directly, or, that account's navigation menu, including Store Home as the first option.


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If you performed a /data wipe (factory reset) on your old phone, you have nothing to worry about; that person will not be able to "automatically" log onto your Google Account. Old phones will always show up on Play Store when you're looking from your PC. You cannot remove the device from Play Store, but you can hide it from your Google Play Settings from a ...


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General practice for me, if I'm looking for an app that is either no longer available on Google Play, supposedly incompatible with my device (though I know it will work), or not available in my area; I go to Google, enter in the name of the app I'm looking for + "apk". So in your case that would be "Internet.org APK". Lots of times you'll find someone or ...


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yes correct , use this link for direct download from google play , http://apps.evozi.com/apk-downloader/ or chrome plugins : http://apps.evozi.com/apk-downloader/#extension or vpn or socks for change ip to usa or england.


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From the Google Play Help pages: You can only purchase Google Play credit to add to your own Google Play balance. At this time, aside from giving someone a physical Google Play gift card, it is not possible to add credit to another user's Google Play balance as a gift. That said, there are places like PCGameSupply.com that allow you to buy ...


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For now, you should go to Google Play and get an app that can force uninstall any app. Then, you need to root your phone. ( As system apps cannot be removed without hacking ) After you obtain root, you can get rid of any app. You could even delete the Android System app. But you shouldn't. I deleted Facebook from my phone. It was being forced on to my phone. ...


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Some apps use the "staged rollout" feature of Google Play, which means that not all users get the update at the same time (I'm not entirely sure on exactly how it distributes the updates, but it does). So no, if the update is not shown in Google Play, the only way to get it is to wait. However, APKMirror provides (some) APKs which you can manually install ...


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Well, that sure looks like you have messed your device really well, I would suggest the better option would be downloading the stock ROM and flashing it over your device anyway there's also another option which you can use like get the apk file of the apps from sites like Android Police. Google PlayStore, Google PlayServices, Google+ Install then over your ...


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Google 1tap cleaner free then download and install it. Clear cache using that app. Then try to download any all from play store again.


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Try the following: Click on your Play Store icon When the play store app opens click the 3 horizontal bars symbol (top left hand corner beside 'My Apps' Click on Settings Click on 'Auto-Update apps' Then select 'Do not auto update apps' Hope this helps!


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Once you purchase an app you don't have to purchase it again unless you switch Google accounts.


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Google Play Services as of Nov. 25, 2014. This directly from the Play Store. I have used this on a couple of devices. It works. Install like a normal apk.


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Had the same problem (Galaxy S5). Had to go to the OBB folder and delete it manually. Actually found a couple other half downloads that cleared up almost 6 gigs of space. Never even knew it was there. Im sure there is an easier way but I went into ES file explorer path Device/Storage/Emulated/0/Android/OBB. It was right there along with the rest of the ...


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This is called "delta update" and Google already does this on Play Store. These delta upgrades, which save time and bandwidth when updating larger apps by only downloading the actual changes (rather than the entire program), [...] Emphasis mine. Basically, instead of downloading the whole package, Play Store will instead only download and apply part ...


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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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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 re-declare an existing permission, with error message INSTALL_FAILED_DUPLICATE_PERMISSION. It mainly affected apps that are based on Adobe AIR (package prefix with com.air). The main cause is the different code implementation in Lollipop 5.0 when verifying a certificate's signature used to sign an app. For ...



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