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A couple of points for those swinging in from Google.. Uninstalling an app in one user account doesn't remove it from the other, unless you use Titanium or similar, in which case it is GONE. If you install an app at the Play Store web site, it installs into the primary user "desktop", even if you are logged into another desktop using the exact same account ...
Get root and then install the Xposed framework: http://mdc.gd/xposedfw And then the MoDaCo Toolkit: http://www.modaco.com/topic/361634-xmod-modaco-toolkit-for-xposed-framework/ Once everything is installed, and the MoDaCo module is activated inside Xposed framework (you need to go back into it once it's installed and running and do this), you can then ...
There's an app named User Management for what you are asking. But, the app requires root access to work. So, your device needs to be rooted (which voids warranty).
I don't think there is a way short of finding a root enabling exploit. adb backup -apk -shared -all only backs up for user 0 for both /data/user/ and /storage/emulated/ (For non devices without expandable storage). No luck with 4.4 either.
In Android 4.2, only tablets support multiple user profiles, not phones. This means it's up to the manufacturer to enable multiple users when they set up Android for the device (what's called system integration). Since the Le Pan Mini is a tablet, they should have turned on this support. You should report this bug to the manufacturer (and let us know what ...
The human users of the phone don't correspond to different Linux users. The human users are identified only within Android itself, not to apps. Android provides a completely separate environment to the app for each user - a little like a Linux chroot - so the app doesn't have to worry about separate users. When a new user runs the app, it just looks like a ...
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