Xperia Z5 :: Fake Warning Message And Transfer To Google Play Store
Jul 3, 2010
My Z5 dual is a fantastic phone, very strong, and i like it. But i have a tiny problem, sometime when i enter or use any application it suddenly take me to the store or take me to chrome and give me a fake warning message, i don't have a screen shots now, but i will take a screenshot when it happens to me again. this thing is so annoying and it is like an advrtisment to an app.
I purchased my xperia z2 on oct 2nd 2014...my mobile data shows h+ and 3g and i cn browse al fine on chrome and al other apps including play store. But i cnt dwnload anytin in play store.. I even tried clearing cache and data...bt no luck....i din ve dis problem in 4.4.2
Unable to update / download apps from Google Playstore on Z3 and my brothers Z3 compact, i am stuck in downloading page. I have cleared data, cache, restarted both the phone still the same. I have tried using WIFI and mobile date still the same. Last resort is to re install either trough PC Companion or through service center.
my father bought iphone from thailand. it is written on the back that it is assembled in taiwan. it does not have itunes and app store. it also have full sim slot . but it has a very good build quality from which i guess it is not fake. if it is fake or real
I want to turn off the warning messages that pop up in the default message app (e.g. the message that shows the number of characters or number of messages). These messages pop up right in the text box and are very annoying, I often have to stop typing to wait for the message to go away so I can see what's been typed or to edit. How do I turn these off?
Just got my M8 Friday and I absolutely love it so far. However, both me and my husband have tried tirelessly to find how to search Google, or the Play Store, or other places in the phone with a search bar. We came from the Droid Razr (talk about an upgrade!) and that had a "GO" button to tell Google to search more than just the drop-down, suggested searches results. Is there anything on the M8 that is equivalent - to make Google actually search what you typed in, rather than having to choose from suggestions (which usually aren't what you want)?
however is that the phone does not appear in my device listing in the Play Store when I access it on a computer, or on Android Device Manager when I access it from a computer or from the phone itself! I can access the Play Store just fine from the phone, but cannot install apps from a computer. From the Play Store or ADM I can see my Nexus 7 and my old phone, but not the Nexus 5. The phone is set up with the same Google account as the other devices.
I cannot download anything on my Nexus 5 from the play store at the moment. When I press download it gets stuck at 'installing...' forever. It started with the facebook app updating, forcing me to have to download the messenger app (I had used a workaround to avoid having to install it before), but when that wasn't installing I decided there had to be something wrong with facebook. I UN-installed Facebook, but now Facebook app gets stuck as well. Then I tried to find a replacement app, Fast for Facebook, but the story is the same.
I just got my phone yesterday. I tried to download apps from the play store, and it just keeps saying it's downloading. But it never starts. I've tried just doing one at a time, and it still doesn't work.
So I've had my nexus 6 for about 2 weeks. The first week I had it, everything was good. No issues at all. Then, a couple days ago I went to open chrome and a pop up came up saying I had a virus. I backed out of it, downloaded AVANT and it didn't find any issues. Now when I go to chrome, the phone randomly redirects to the play store trying to get get me to download all kinds of different apps. I have run the adware and antivirus software and I have also done a full factory reset on the phone.
When I first registered my account I was in Malaysia, hence the store is set to Malaysian one. But, currently I'm no longer living there but It still detects Malaysia as my country. For a while, even Google Now thought I was a tourist when I came back to my home country but after reformatting I can no longer use Google Now since, it's not available in here. However, the store is still set to Malaysian Playstore. I do not wish to change this because my country playstore is really boring and dull. Almost every single popular app is not available, including stuffs like Viber and Clash of Clans which are widely used apps here. So, I was wondering if change my phone number and credit card info from account setting to my current one, would it change my playstore too?
I just flashed the factory image for 6.0.1. I finished updating everything but I feel like my play store isnt right. Please find the image attached. I can't see the banners that I used to see before. Banners for best games of 2015 and all that.
I have a Nexus 5, completely stock 4.4.2, never tampered
Whenever there are multiple updates in the Play Store and I press "Update", the first app updates, then the second one starts downloading, but the download hangs at some point, then after a few seconds the entire Play Store app closes without any message.
After that I can open the Play Store again and try to update the apps, but they only update one at a time, because on the second update it always crashes.
All the Google apps are at the latest versions, Play Store has version 4.6.17. This is happening for a while now, but I can't pinpoint it to a certain version of the Play Store app, but in the past I did not have this problem.
I've tried restarting the device, clearing data and cache for the Play Store app, clearing the cached data for the entire system, even switching the runtime (btw the problem is happening on both Dalvik and ART), but nothing worked.
I also have enough Available space: 4 GB as reported in Settings/Storage.
On my wife's Nexus 4, also completely stock and with updated Google apps, the problem it's not happening, so it's not something in my environment.
The latest update keeps giving me error 504 from the play store which I've googled and done the things suggested for the error. Wipe cache and data of play store. Remove Google account and log it back in. But still nothing so i manually downloaded from apk mirror and even that way says not installed when trying to update.
I've tried restarting and removing the battery but even after that I still get an error downloading update notification from the play store. I do have to most updated version of lollipop t-mobile has for the S5 (5.0).
For a couple of days now, I can no longer download Apps from the Google Play Store. The store shows "Installed", but they're no where to be found on my phone. Never had this happen on any phone before.
I bought my son his first cell phone 2 days. When we search for different apps the Google Play Store crashes and gives the error message: 'Unfortunately, Google Play Store has stopped." We took the phone back to Verizon and they replaced it but it is still happening. We tried a factory reset and logged in with a different Google account but we still get the error message. What we can try?
Whenever I open Youtube all hat shows up is the loading circle and nothing else will happen. When I open the Google Play Store the background just shows white and nothing else. This has been happening for the last couple days. I have tried force stopping both of them and tried everything to try getting them to work.
So recently my HTC One has decided to just get all whack on me. For some reason, I cannot access the Google Play Store, Snapchat or a password manager app while on Wi-Fi. Other apps like web browsing, Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp work perfectly fine but it seems like those three apps will just not work on Wi-Fi.
I googled online and they told me to delete cache and make sure the time and date was correct. I did that and no results.
It seems to be specific to my Moto X and does not occur on my Nexus 5 or Nexus 7. If I have an app updating/installing and turn the screen off, no further action occurs until I turn the screen back on. I actually first noticed this immediately after a factory reset. When trying to update the ~28 apps that were out of date I selected Update and then turned my screen off... After about an hour I turned it back on, and none of the apps had updated. They started updating as soon as I turned the screen on.I have tested this on WiFi and mobile data, and I do have background data enabled and WiFi set to always stay on.
Like the subject says: does the Google play store automatically install the arm64 version of apps like Google chrome ? how can I check that? I didn't found anything about it when looking in the "about " section of the settings