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?
I had an iPhone for 4 years and I now have a Samsung Galaxy S5 running KitKat 4.4.2.
I've started the migration from the one to the other downloading my prefered apps.
I've just downloaded 40 little standard apps, half of the work, and my S5 already tells me that it cannot donwload any more apps from the Playstore, not enough space on the phone. What ??? But... I still have gigs of space...
My mother just got her new Smart phone today and I was tasked with setting it up. Ok first there was no problem at all but when I wanted to check the playstore for updates for the preinstalled apps it wasn't showing any installed apps just a complete blank "may apps" page.
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.
Has anyone else experience this from your old phone to the Droid Turbo. I migrated everything over from my 2013 Moto X to my Turbo and some apps like (CNBC and RedBox) say they are not compatible with my device. They do not even show up in the Play Store. Someone posted that there was an update to the Play Store going from version 4.9.13 to 5.x.xx.
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
And if possible also check if there is a beta/orevennewer version of the app.
I often flash new rom or restore and I have to use a backup application to restore apps and other things(The best I know about is Titanium Backup Pro, support the dev!) and most of the apps never appear in playstore's my apps list (even after using Titanium's market doctor feature) but when I search for the app play sto