1. AC Question's Avatar
    I have several Android MK808B's on my home network, and I do not use them all for the same things. When I go to the Google Play Store to download an app for one of them I get a list of the MK808B's like the following:
    no carrier mk808b
    no carrier mk808b
    no carrier mk808b
    no carrier mk808b
    I am about to add several tablets as well, and they will all be the same. Can anyone tell me how I can identify them differently? It gets very irritating.
    Thank you,
    03-05-2015 11:32 AM
  2. SpookDroid's Avatar
    A couple ways of doing it, but the most straight forward is to go to http://play.google.com, log in with your account, go to the Gear icon on the right (top, below your avatar), and select Settings. There a list of all of your devices should appear. You can select which ones appear in Google Play (in case you don't use any of those anymore) and rename them by clicking on the Edit button.

    You can also do it by going into the same Gear icon, but instead of choosing Settings, select Android Device Manager. Those devices that are actively registered within the service will show up, allowing you to rename them by clicking on the pencil icon (Rename).
    03-05-2015 01:08 PM

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