Well, I figured it out ...
Go to https://play.google.com/apps
Log in with the same credentials that are used on my device
A list of all my installed apps is shown. Find the deleted app and click on its icon
An "Installed" button shows up. Click on that button
A window pops up with an "Install" and "Cancel" button. Click on the "Install" button.
This caused ...
ampproject.org is the website for the Amp project developed by Google and it is normal.
“Amp is a web component framework and a website publishing technology developed by Google which has the mission to provide a user-first format for web content"
I don't know whether it is the exact same app, but I found an app called 'Automate', which is written by 'LlamaLab'? Maybe it just changed name?
Though, I admit, this seems unlikely, as the web page you pointed to earlier does not seem to have been updated since 2014. (I never used Llama ...
Update: I have seen this happen many times by now, and typically right before other apps are updated. I have concluded that this is normal behaviour, just like microsoft office auto-updater updates itself first before updating office itself. If anyone knows otherwise, please respond!
(Posting as an answer, because it seems a lot of people have this issue ...
Finally the only thing that worked for me was doing a factory reset.
Hope one of these approaches works for others!
Having more potential solutions in your tool box increases your chances of success.
YMMV "Good luck, Jim!"
There is a new way to check if have any Google Play credit is about to expire.
Here is how to check:
Launch the Google Play store
Go to menu options and looking for Payment method option
Once you land on payment method option, you should be able to see more detail on your expire credit
I hope this helps, cheers.
The apps are listed under My Apps in an order of Date first acquired. The app which you most recently acquired is listed on the top.
I was/am in a similar situation wherein I was looking for an app from my library. The app is called Flamingo and it was unlisted from the store. That means, it won't come up in the full search on the Play Store, but the app is ...
Sorry ... I believe to search apps under 'Installed' or 'Library' lists just CAN'T be done currently ... the option is just not available.
When one tries to search an app i believe it is sage to assume one will know the name of the app they want to search ... if this is the case(knowing the app-name) you have an interim solution ... which is to use the sort ...
From what I can tell WiGig exists, and is part of the Wi-Fi Alliance. Running in the 60 GHz range means line of sight so streaming to VR headset appears to be a common use case.
While do you don't mention which Android device you are referring to that page does link to a list of WiGig Certified Devices which appears to be chipsets, no routers or mobile ...
Error message: Installation failed due to: '-26'
Here is the solution which worked for me. Go to Project_Name → app → build.gradle file. And change string: targetSdkVersion 21 to targetSdkVersion 26. It will be a warning for version 26 but ignore it. Rebuild and re-run your project.
Hope this will help you like me.
If you want to go back to the public version, you just have to leave the beta program. Leaving the beta program is done using the page for the application in the Google Play Store. Open the page of the app in the Google Play Store, and scroll down till you something like "You're a beta tester". Just below that title, there should be a button "Leave". ...
This android police article describes how to do it without root. In short:
Enable install of "Apps from Unknown Sources" in Settings.
Install in order:
Google Account Manager APK
Google Services Framework APK
Google Play Services APK
Google Play Store APK