I'm running version 4.1.6 and many apps that I have on my phone or that I search for say that this version is not compatible with my device. Any ideas to fix this or what the deal is?
when i go to setting > about phone android version is 4.0.4 but when i open playstore settings version is 4.1.6
why is this ?
( i am rooted but it was like this before so cant be that + i have not got a modded playstore or anything like that.) if theres a guide anywhere about modded playstores and such like link would be appreciated though.
For the past few days some of the apps display a message "Your device is not compatible with this version of the app" or are plain simple missing from the store. Below is a list of such apps:
1. Bank of America - message displayed
2. Flipboard - message displayed
This is driving me nuts. I restored a nandroid of wicked sensations that I've been setting up the way I want. The nandroid was from a fresh flash and up to this point I'd only installed MyBackup Pro and Titanium Backup pro, but haven't used either yet.
Hi anyone using blackberry os6 and up,
Try type something on your homescreen and see the results,
It search everything on your device,
And it come out of the box.
On google search, if i type something it only show contact and application,
Find Quick Search Widget on playstore but it miss video, and it's ugly,
Is there any Google Search mod version that search like blackberry,
Please let me know,
I pulled out my PE (running Froyo) a few days ago and tried to run Kindle for Android (latest version). It dies after the splash screen. Similarly with Audible. Tried uninstall/reinstall, no luck. Is anyone running these apps, and if so what version?
I am running and older computer. It is and HP e-pc 40. I have 256 MB of ram and a celeron processor. I had the hard drive in a other machine while I installed Ubuntu. I then put the drive in the HP and it says it fails starting up the network card. But I can see the device over the network.
If you access the play store on your device, you can't see any apps that are not compatible with that device. Online, you can see all apps (for obvious reasons). The sweet spot there, though, is that you can install that app to all of your compatible devices.