App's didn't auto-restore..

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I signed into my Google account, opened the market and none were auto-restoring.. anyway to force this?
 

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Had this problem as well. Best way I found to restore all of my apps was to use http://market.android.com and login with my Gmail account.

Once there, I went to my "My Market Account", "My Library" and selected and installed each one from the web.

While on LTE 4G my apps were installing on my phone almost as fast as I could click on them! It was fun to watch.

Give that a try.
 

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This wasn't happening for either and I had Gingerbread on my last device. But I didn't mind since its a good opportunity to do a little app house cleaning.
 

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I have heard that only your paid apps auto restore. And you should give it some minutes to show up.

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It should restore ALL your apps, including free ones.

It should. In my case it restored all my paid apps immediately, and a few of my free apps after 30 minutes or so. Maybe if I let it sit overnight, it would've gotten them all, but I'm too impatient for that.
 

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It should. In my case it restored all my paid apps immediately, and a few of my free apps after 30 minutes or so. Maybe if I let it sit overnight, it would've gotten them all, but I'm too impatient for that.

It depends on how many apps and if you open your market and upgrade soon or later and in some cases how many apps you have. I generally get my paid ones back and maybe a third of my other ones but sometimes I have several hundred apps on my phones.
 

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I found a workaround for this. If you go to market.android.com and sign in with your Google account, all of your apps are there. You can then push them to your phone from there.
 

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I found a workaround for this. If you go to market.android.com and sign in with your Google account, all of your apps are there. You can then push them to your phone from there.

Yep but if you have a lot of apps it is hard on your wrist after the first couple dozen lol
 

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I can't seem to get past the 12th page on market.android.com

all the pages come up blank.. It's been like this for awhile now.. anyone else notice this?
 

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