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Uninstall playstore update and try to download see if that works
 
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you can backup almost anything using titanium backup. And for sms, contacts, call logs i will recommend super backup.
so there will be no much difference after restoring all backups.
 
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Uninstall playstore update and try to download see if that works
I can't, there is no app to uninstall...






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you can backup almost anything using titanium backup. And for sms, contacts, call logs i will recommend super backup.
so there will be no much difference after restoring all backups.
I've used titanium backup before and i hated how it never restored accounts correctly.

I can't find either how to download old versions of apps


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if (Signature = TRUE) {
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 4") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 10") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
} else {
.. Retired Devices == HTC Desire Z, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime, Microsoft Surface RT;
}
}
 
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I can't, there is no app to uninstall...







I've used titanium backup before and i hated how it never restored accounts correctly.

I can't find either how to download old versions of apps


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Mate play store update means..

Go in setting-> apps -> Playstore -> Uninstall updates.

Restart your phone then install your app from playstore..
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Mate play store update means..

Go in setting-> apps -> Playstore -> Uninstall updates.

Restart your phone then install your app from playstore..
Worked perfectly without the restart part, but how would I get back to the latest play store?

Sent from my Nexus 4
if (Signature = TRUE) {
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 4") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
.. if (Device = "Google Nexus 10") {
.... ROM = Stock (Android 4.4) with Xposed;
.... KERNEL = Stock;
.. }
} else {
.. Retired Devices == HTC Desire Z, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime, Microsoft Surface RT;
}
}
 
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Worked perfectly without the restart part, but how would I get back to the latest play store?

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Don't worry after it gets good connection or update it will get updated automatically..

Hit thanks if I helped you.

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Now there's a new Xposed Module to solve this issue: DisableSignatureCheck

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