When I first got my phone, I just used the software from Mototrola to sync my music on to my phone (I use Google Play for music). I've now found out how you can just download it straight from the Google Play website and on to your phone.
I'm fairly new with the S3, Google Play and Android in general. I purchased an album via the Play store and am using Google Play Music to play it. I have downloaded it to my device using the 'Keep on Device' option but am not able to find the files in the phone in the sdcard/Android/data/com.google.android.music/cache/music folder.
My samsung galaxy S3 is brand new and it wont download apps from the play store it gets to about 30% and then it stops everytime. if i connect to the wifi it works np, the wierd thing is it will let me update my apps on the mobile network but not download a new one. I have tried updating the phone, factory reset, stopping framework and removing google id and restarting the phone.
Possibly a dumb question, but I have been on the Google TV website and cannot confirm that this is an actual capability. Does Google Play Movies and Play Music have full functionality on Google TV? I just purchased a Nexus 7 and picture using it as a remote for Google TV where I will be able to rent movies on my Nexus 7 and watch them on the big screen through Google TV. Same with Music...
So, I have this problem: when I try to download/update anything from Google Play, it just stucks at "Downloading..." and never finishes. After couple of hours it says that it has a problem with host. Some people said that I should delete data/cache in Settings>Apps>Google Play ... done, nothing changed.
Google just pushed out Calendar as its own app download in Google Play. I'm excited to see this since there were a couple things Sony did to the Calendar I wasn't a huge fan of (colors didn't match what I saw in my browser, etc.) It's also cool to see this app getting direct updates from Google.
:confused:Anyone who uses WhatsApp Messenger or whoever encounters issue like this:
I search it on Google Play but it's not listed in the search results. Searching its package name also does not work.
The Android version of my phone does support the app.
Is it because of the app or Google Play?
And it also happens whenever I search Astro File Manager on Google Play.