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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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Unless you're from Google, you can't, and for good reasons why Google prohibits it. I assume you want to do this for better user-experience, in which they can conveniently install what they need with their consent. However, let's put aside that idea and think another possibility: a seemingly-safe app can install rogue apps from Play Store automatically ...


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Like titanium backup you also can unlink the app from google play store with 3C Toolbox. This seems to be, until now, permanent. Root required.


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There is an issue with google account signin and signup all over the world today check this for more info : http://mashable.com/2016/04/19/google-oauth-down/#I8jZi7QGiuqN You can check now it's live.


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As can be seen here, an answer has already been found. It appears that the only thing that justifies an installation as system app, for the Google Apps, is to make them unable to be uninstalled via the package manager (since you need root privileges to alter the System partition). As Firelord pointed out in the above answer, there appears to be no further ...


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I think that you should also check the downloads counter, and the number of people that have rated that app, in order to have a better idea.


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There are two possibility for that. First is that you have disabled it. second is signing key of app has been changed by developer or the place from where you downloaded. Third may be that it is no longer available in your country. Fourth is ( if this paid app ) that you did not buy it from play store. Further if you want to update from play store you ...


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No. The only way to update the app is download the new version apk and install it. I had similar experience with a game they released only for certain parts of the world. Then they released an update that I had to install in order to play the game, but since it wasn't available in my country I had to look for the updated apk and install it outside Google ...


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It usually is much better to quote the error exactly, and also mention Phone and Android version. Go to settigs --> Apps --> Find Google Play Services And Clear cahce and data. Do the same for Google Play Store and try now. Also are you rooted ?


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Had the same issue. After seeing your post a lightbulb turend on because I was using Freedom too... went in the app, opened the settings and pressed stop. Didnt even need to uninstall and google play is good as new!


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May be you need to update Google Play Services. If you want you can download latest Google Play Store APK file. I have found one here : http://www.appsapkapp.com/download-google-play-store/


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Check in www.appbrain.com for Android apps. It shows all possible information about app. Moreover, it shows release dates with respective released version numbers and number of downloads.


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Here's what I had to do to get it working (after several failed attempts): On the M3s, I searched for "google play services apk mirror", and went to this URL: http://www.apkmirror.com/apk/google-inc/google-play-services/ Selected the most recent version (in my case 8.7.03) Chose the 8.7.03 (2645110-246) (arm64+arm / Android 5.0+ / 320dpi) version. The ...


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Try doing a fresh restall on your router. Might be an error where your modem and router are fighting over some DNS problems.


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If you go to "Settings>Applications>Google" you can turn off automatic syncing to the device. For the login button there's two things you can do: I think you can deauthenticate the device from your google settings. Simply solove the problem by creating another account you use just to do work-stuff. You shouldn't mix private and business life. Hope this ...


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I found the following work around - go to 'play store' 'app info' and do - 'Uninstall updates'. This works but finally I end up resetting my phone to factory setting - and the message doesn't appear any more and also I have lot's of free storage.


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An easy solution would be changing the DNS server used by your device, by using a DNS server that doesn't resolve porn website hostnames. You might need a rooted device to change the DNS. An universal method to change the DNS is by using an app like SetDNS or OverrideDNS. Other methods for changing DNS is available here: (GUIDE) How to Change DNS in ...


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you have to call your network and get it blocked, i know for 3 you can do it over the three app.


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If you use an adblocker like adaway, it could be the cause. stopping/removing mine solved the problem. If you still want adblocking, some browsers come with an internal ad blockers, and that doesn't seem to interfere with the store.


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Open App Info of Google Play, clear cache and/or data and try updating the app again, should help in resolving that error. If it doesn't help, and you require the update urgently, try downloading an APK file of that particular app, enable "Unknown sources" in Settings > Security, and open the downloaded APK using PackageInstaller. A good source to find the ...


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Click on settings > backup and reset > factory reset then say yes to clean your phone. If you try to factory reset your phone, this will do your phone automatically update your phone with initial version of your applications. Then try to update your respective built-in application from play store, it will solve your solution.


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Theirs a WebView Application that Sandboxes all of googles sites into one application called Gapps Browser but this use the website versions... Have you tried just saving bookmarks to the websites I know xposed made a module to disable the google services warning, but it wrecked snap chat on my device ! MODULE LINK ADDED MODULE LINK ...



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