Yesterday, my boyfriend downloaded two apps on my Esteem that was from the Metro app store. Well, I don't know how to get rid of them since they're not from the Google store. Help?
Hi, i would like to announce my new app - Barcelona - map of metro.
Interactive, legible subway map of Barcelona.
You'll find all metro stations along with information about the current interchanges and your location.
I bought a nexus s 4g from someone and they had it flashed to metro previously and just removed their account 5 days ago. When I call 611 it goes to metro...but when I took it into Metro corporate store, the guy said I need to take it to a store that does flashing and have them do some programming. what can I do without spending more money than I already have?
I am not able to see any of my Windows 8 metro app on my StartScreen (Windows 8). I checked for viruses and malwares and found my laptop to be clean. I checked that if all metro apps have been removed or corrupted by malicious programs or viruses, but I found that all the apps are present on the system. I am just not able to locate and pin them on SmartScreen.
Before some-time my metro-apps stopped running - whatever I start one it then immediately closes. I then uninstalled all user-apps and was able to fix the system ones - as store, metro control panel and camera using this guide. But now I can't install any user-application from the store always giving me the error "This app can't be installed - 0x8007002".
I recently lost my metro pcs sim card when I dropped my phone and every metro store I have been to doesn't seem to have any in their store so I bought a regular sim card from walmart (it fits) but I cannot figure out how to activate it (I want it to be activated for use through metro and not through walmart's plan) Can anyone help me?
Here is a reminder for developers who want to write apps for Windows 8′s Metro mode (or whatever Microsoft prefers to call it these days): the only way to distribute your apps to consumers is through the Windows Store. This isn’t actually a new policy but one that Microsoft announced a year ago.