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    Exclamation Apps display "installed" but don't show up?

    Hi all-

    I just got an android phone CUBOT C7 M15050 Version 2.3.9

    I am not very familiar with android, but I cant get apps to install correctly. I log into my google account and select the GO STORE. When I go to download an app I hit the install button- and the confirmation tab pops up (your download will begin shortly) and OK is the only option. It shows that I am compatible with the app, and the destination is set to my phone.

    Then when I hit OK, the status on the app page INSTANTLY says installed, and the app is nowhere to be found. Not in my app cabinet, or my go store downloads, I can't find them anywhere.

    If I restart and look at the app page again, the option to install is back.

    What am I doing wrong? Can anyone help me PLZ?!?!?!
    -J
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    Default Re: Apps display "installed" but don't show up?

    Quote Originally Posted by kazamterk View Post
    Hi all-

    I just got an android phone CUBOT C7 M15050 Version 2.3.9

    I am not very familiar with android, but I cant get apps to install correctly. I log into my google account and select the GO STORE. When I go to download an app I hit the install button- and the confirmation tab pops up (your download will begin shortly) and OK is the only option. It shows that I am compatible with the app, and the destination is set to my phone.

    Then when I hit OK, the status on the app page INSTANTLY says installed, and the app is nowhere to be found. Not in my app cabinet, or my go store downloads, I can't find them anywhere.

    If I restart and look at the app page again, the option to install is back.

    What am I doing wrong? Can anyone help me PLZ?!?!?!
    -J
    Do you have the newest version of Play on your device? If not, you can Google it, download it to your PC, and transfer it to your phone (somewhere you can find it easily), then on your phone click on it and it will install. You will have to go to Settings>Security and check unknown sources first.

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    Default Re: Apps display "installed" but don't show up?

    Thank you I am going to try that now. I will update

    Nice sig btw
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    Default Re: Apps display "installed" but don't show up?

    Quote Originally Posted by kazamterk View Post
    Thank you I am going to try that now. I will update

    Nice sig btw

    Thank you. I always liked that saying. How did the suggestion work out?

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    Default Re: Apps display "installed" but don't show up?

    You should check you Task Manager -> Installed Games. If you can find installed games there. a shortcut of that game must be there in your phone.

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