Android Devices

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Apr 13, 2012 2:18:13 AM

Hi,

When going to https://play.google.com/store/account while logged into my Google account and pressing "DEVICES" I see a list of all my android devices. Within this list is an old phone, that no longer turns on. I'm wondering how I can remove the phone from the list. Looking online quickly with a Google search didn't bring up anything of use.

Hope someone can help me out, thanks.

Apr 17, 2012 4:42:21 PM

Alexander Buckland
Hi,

When going to https://play.google.com/store/account while logged into my Google account and pressing "DEVICES" I see a list of all my android devices. Within this list is an old phone, that no longer turns on. I'm wondering how I can remove the phone from the list. Looking online quickly with a Google search didn't bring up anything of use.

Hope someone can help me out, thanks.

That is a DAMN GOOD QUESTION. I have had over 10 Android phones and everytime I download from the market, I have to search through all of them to find my tablet and current phone (I change phones alot).

I will do some research and see what I can find out. Been meaning to look this up for a while. Thanks for reminding me! :grin:

Apr 17, 2012 5:02:41 PM

Eric McBride
Alexander Buckland
Hi,

When going to https://play.google.com/store/account while logged into my Google account and pressing "DEVICES" I see a list of all my android devices. Within this list is an old phone, that no longer turns on. I'm wondering how I can remove the phone from the list. Looking online quickly with a Google search didn't bring up anything of use.

Hope someone can help me out, thanks.

That is a DAMN GOOD QUESTION. I have had over 10 Android phones and everytime I download from the market, I have to search through all of them to find my tablet and current phone (I change phones alot).

I will do some research and see what I can find out. Been meaning to look this up for a while. Thanks for reminding me! :grin:

Perhaps download apps directly from the device, then you don't need to select them >_>

But looking online it doesn't see as if Google has even considered the option of removing an old phone... it looks like you might need to remove the phone via the device. Which I can't do as the screen's dead...

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Jun 7, 2012 12:42:10 PM

One of the biggest reason is that it's an open source platform. It has a huge developer community, actively working. Hence it any person faces any problem in the development phase, there is a quick help available ate the back end. The community members are always available for support. Hence this increases the use of Android development.
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