Aug 17, · If you ever get the message "You don't have any devices" in Google Play Store on the web, or in the new Android Device Manager, then this is how to fix it. 1. Go into the app Google Settings from your device, click on Android Device Manager. Uncheck Allow remote factory reset. 2. Go to your device's Author: Stefan Svartling. Let me know if you're trying to remotely install apps from Play Store on web onto your Android device and it says "You don't have any devices". If so: If so: Check if you're signed into the same Google Account on Play Store on web that is being used on your Android device. Nov 12, · If you've browsed the web version of the Play Store recently, and saw that on all app pages that the store says "You Don't Have Any Devices", don't worry you're not alone. It's a Author: Alexander Maxham. Jun 26, · No matter what solutions or troubleshooting I try the app (VeryFitPro) refuses to install because Google Play insists I "don't have any devices" - on the phone that I logged into Google Play with, whilst logged into my Microsoft-registered account. I would guess the Play store is not installing the app because the Play store is for android. Nov 17, · The bug doesn't actually affect whether or not you can install apps on your devices. Even with the Play Store apparently not recognizing any of your phones, tablets, and TVs, you can still click Author: Rita El Khoury, versant.us Oct 11, · Here we will share the following guide with you! How to install Google Play Store on Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7'' Warning: This is a guide for advanced users and you shouldn't attempt to install these files if you don't want to risk your device's OS. Aug 14, · Guys every time i access Google play via my web browser and try to install a app over the web i get a message saying "You don't have any devices." Now it was fine just the other day all of a sudden its started with this, I can access the market fine via my device. Below is Google Play Store v After you have done the above. Google Play Store redesign is rolling out with this version. and join one of thousands of communities. × 2. 3. 4. Google Play This is how to fix "You don't have any devices" in Google Play Store and Android Device Manager (versant.us) submitted 5 years ago by svartling GT-i 4 comments REDDIT and the ALIEN Logo are registered.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Apps from Google Play can't be installed on Kindle devices. You can get this problem if you flash custom roms for example, that's what happened to me when I flashed CyanogenMod Solutions Learn More Through Courses. By: Ken Mayer. Report abuse in forum?
Try visiting the recommended app store for your device, like the Amazon Appstore for Kindle. What you need to do is: 1. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Apps from Google Play can't be installed on Kindle devices. Check if you're signed into the same Google Account on Play Store on web that is being used on your Android device. In reply to Entegy's post on May 13,
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