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How to force Google Play Store update to version 3.9.16 (And what’s new in it)

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Screenshot 2012 10 21 15 07 03 576x1024 How to force Google Play Store update to version 3.9.16 (And what’s new in it)

Bill, our man with the plan, is back in action with another great video that details how to force your Google Play Store app to update to version 3.9.16 (this will also work with future versions too) and what the update actually brings to the table. Of course, you could always sideload the APK file, but what fun is that, right? Here’s a quick written summary, for those who prefer written instructions.

Manually Force Google Play Store Update

  1. Go into your Settings > Apps menu and scroll to the right until you see “All”
  2. Under the “All” tab, scroll down until you find Google Play Store and select it
  3. Hit “Clear cache” and “Clear data
  4. Hit “Force stop” and “Ok”
  5. Hit “Uninstall updates and “Ok”
  6. Back in “All” tabs for Apps, scroll to Google Services Framework
  7. Hit “Force stop” and “Ok”
  8. Hit “Clear data” and  ”Ok”
  9. Hit “Force stop” and “Ok” once more
  10. Reboot device
  11. Profit! Google Play Store should automatically update to latest versionBill, our man with the plan, is back in action with another great video that details how to force your Google Play Store app to update to version 3.9.16 (this will also work with future versions too) and what the update actually brings to the table. Of course, you could always sideload the APK file, but what fun is that, right? Here’s a quick written summary, for those who prefer written instructions.

    Manually Force Google Play Store Update

    1. Go into your Settings > Apps menu and scroll to the right until you see “All”
    2. Under the “All” tab, scroll down until you find Google Play Store and select it
    3. Hit “Clear cache” and “Clear data
    4. Hit “Force stop” and “Ok”
    5. Hit “Uninstall updates and “Ok”
    6. Back in “All” tabs for Apps, scroll to Google Services Framework
    7. Hit “Force stop” and “Ok”
    8. Hit “Clear data” and  ”Ok”
    9. Hit “Force stop” and “Ok” once more
    10. Reboot device
    11. Profit! Google Play Store should automatically update to latest version.

What’s new in Google Play Store 3.9.16

This update brings Wishlists — a feature many folks from the Android community have been requesting for ages, though I’m not really sure why. All it does is let you bookmark apps you want to buy or install at a later date.

I guess there may be some people out there who find this feature useful, but I can’t see myself bookmarking apps for personal use at a later time. Now, allow me to see other peoples’ wishlists and perhaps pick them up an app as a gift, and then this development suddenly becomes interesting. Hopefully that’s in the works for future updates.

Another feature added to the new version is the ability to clean up your “My Apps” tab. If you’re already running 3.9.16, have a look at the tab and notice the new button on the right of each app that allows you to remove the app from your list.

This is a nice addition, but given the amount of time I’ve been using Android and the amount of apps I’ve pulled a hit-and-run download with, only to delete and forget them as fast as I got them in the first place, I’d much rather have seen this introduced a long time ago. At this point, it’d take me a week to delete them all, so I guess they’re stuck for now.

Check out Bill’s video of the process below:

 
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGdQyJO4ZIs?feature=player_embedded] [ Source :- Omgdroid ]

2 comments

  1. 3square+4square+2×3= what?

  2. Now you ask , log[base 4/3](9/16) which is either -(1/2), 2, (1/2) or -2.

    Can anybody help?

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