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You need to include the port number. adb -s 192.168.60.69:5555 shell If you're using a sensible shell with configurable tab-completion (i.e. not Windows), then you can type adb -sTab to get a list of devices.


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Unfortunately Google play Web app doesn't allow you to the following things: Update your current apps (It can only be done from your devices) See a list of apps install in a specific devices (It only tallies all of the apps you ever downloaded into one list) Remove any devices which were previously added to your Google account Hopefully we can raise ...


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Google Play is only for Android apps. Android apps do not work on the Chromebook, which is why you only see the tablet listed in the Play Store. The Chromebook is basically the Chrome Web browser wrapped in a keyboard and screen and that is it. You can check the Chrome Web Store for an app for her bank, but even if there is one, it is likely just going to ...


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What you need to do is to enter the account information on the new tablet. It should ask you for it (along with the other stuff like the time and date) when you first power the device up. Alternatively, it will ask you for it when you open up the play store/market app on the device. There's no need to remove the previous device from your account nor is ...


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There are a number of Mobile Device Management services on the market, with varying focuses and feature sets. Mainly mentioning this, as SCCM is mentioned in the question, but Microsoft's solution (that ironically is far better at managing iOS and Android devices than Windows Phone devices) is either InTune (1) (for a cloud-based subscription service) or ...


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This article should help: How to install paid apps on multiple Android devices Also you can try to install application using web version of Play Store (in the Send to list select needed device, for example, your phone).


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Be patient, it can take a while for your device to show on there


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1) No there is currently no way to sort them. As you have noticed you can hide them and give them different names but not remove them. From my experience they disappear after 9 months without checking in to the play store, so simply hide any that you don't want to see. 2) Again I don't think this is possible at the moment via the Play store.


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Google Play won't let you do this. You can only have a few devices attached to each account at a time. This is to stop people abusing the facility of using paid content from any device on their account. If the app is an open-source one, or it's under your control, you should distribute it to all your devices through a different mechanism (e.g. a custom app ...


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This is as close to an answer as I can find at the moment. Looking at the site for the (soon to be launched) Google Play for Education site, one of the benefits that they mention is: For Educators Android tablets in the classroom Google Play for Education brings the innovation of Android technology into classrooms. Educators can set up and ...


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This device isn't listed in Google's list of devices supported by Google Play. Not all Android devices have (or can run) Google Play: Android is open-source, so anyone can make an Android device, but only those certified by the Open Handset Alliance are allowed the Google apps and Google Play. It doesn't seem likely you'll be able to use Google Play with ...


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As for the app management, another approach would be using Aptitude. Unfortunately, the app is gone from the playstore, but the concept should still work: Set up a central repository on a server, maintain all apps there, and have the clients on the devices configured to (solely) using this. As for paid apps, it would surely be possible to find an agreement ...


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This applies to Music, but seems it also might generally apply to all Google accounts regardless if they use Google Music or not. Any user can associate up to 10 devices to his or her account. ... We limit the number of times you can swap out new devices at the request of some of our music partners in an effort to limit abuse. But you may also run ...


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You would easily be able to do this via a nandroid backup, and there a apps on Google Play that allow you to restrict the device. The only issue is licenses for apps - they are linked to the Google Account, so you would have to use the same Google Account on every device if you don't want to pay for every app for each Google Account on every device. This ...


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What you want to do is make your own ROM using a existing one and add more stuff to it. This site would have helped you http://romkitchen.org/ but its now down. This thread contains more info, including links to more tools.


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I think i found a way to do that: decompressing Launcher2.apk (trebuchet Launcher app) i found an interesting file named default_workspace.xml under /res/xml folder of the app. <appwidget launcher:className="com.estrongs.android.taskmanager.widget.TmWidgetProvider" launcher:packageName="com.estrongs.android.taskmanager" launcher:screen="2" launcher:x="5" ...


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I actually think your best bet would be to develop the app yourself. I know that you consider it a last resort but you will get exactly the app you want, you can get the app to talk to a web service that writes the data away to a database. Don't forget security, https between the Android devices and t



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