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    Default Transferring paid apps to new device?

    Hello All. I've seen questions regarding moving paid for apps to a new phone of the same type, but not if you are moving from an Epic to a Photon. Will my apps transfer from the old to the new device?
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    Paid app will be in market for you to redownload as long as the new device in your case the photon supports that app

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    Yup, the market keeps track of all your paid apps. All you have to do is log on from your device.
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    You just can't transfer them from one Google account to another.....
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    Roger that. Thanks everyone.
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    Done this many times before but today trying to load my daughters paid apps to her new phone...i cant. The market shows them as needing to be paid for again. Any ideas?
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    Did you use the same email address on the new phone?

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    You don't get back the paid versions of in app donations that upgraded your app. You are at the mercy of emails to the app creator as to whether you get the ad free version again. Just don't donate to these apps. Pay for the non-free apps, by all means. I wish that the developers would just make their apps either free or put a price on the ad free version. I will not "donate" another thin dime to app creators (I WILL pay for your apps if Google Play offers a pay version, but I will NOT donate for the extended version again).

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