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comment How Do I Get Rid of Apps from Play Store Update List?
No, neither are in Settings → Apps → All. FWIW, this is a Nexus 4 running stock Android 5.1.1. They are not listed in disabled apps either, though I have disabled Google Drive.
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comment How Do I Get Rid of Apps from Play Store Update List?
@Firelord: Two of the answers there cite a discontinued app that does not actually solve the problem, one requires root, and the last one requires you to install the app (then disable it). Thanks, though!
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comment Android gallery, Connected devices list, How are they connected?
Stack Overflow is for programming questions. Are you the author of "Gallery"?
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comment SSH server on Android Emulator
What do you think is special about the emulator with respect to an SSH server? When you used a search engine to search for android ssh server, and found various open source ones, and tried them in the emulator, what did you learn?
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comment Exclude App from Android 2.1 on Android Market for Performance Reasons?
While newer versions of Android tend to mean newer phones and tend to mean faster phones, that is not a guarantee. Particularly when you factor in modded ROMs, even the T-Mobile G1 can run Android 2.1 (IIRC).
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answered Uninstall system app failed using 'adb shell pm uninstall'
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answered Is it possible to run a screensaver on an Android device?
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comment Can Android run on an iPad?
You would need two devices anyway. Once you converted an iPad to Android, it would (probably) never again run iOS.