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Titanium Backup -Market Doctor

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15th July 2011, 12:43 PM   |  #1  
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I posted this in the Galaxy S2 forums but unfortunately not many replied, im hoping someone here can be of assistance.

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Some apps i have on my phone i haven't got via the Android Market, lots ive got have been apk's ive got on XDA,etc,etc, what im wondering is, seen as i didn't get these apps from the market if i linked the selected apps to the market through the market doctor what is that supposed to do?

I have the Paddy Power app and Betfair app which were were initially on the Android market but for some bizzare reason Android market decided no betting apps were to be allowed to took them off the market so i went elsewhere and downloaded them and installed via root explorer, there are a couple of paid apps i also downloaded for free not something i usually do but whoever created these apps was taking the p*ss with the price they were charging so i refuse to pay over the odds for an app, taking all this into consideration what (if any) advantage would i have by linking these to the market and more's to the point considering i didn't get any of these particular apps from the market would the apps in question still link to the market?

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anyone.......??
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For apps already removed from the market there's no use forcing a link.

For paid apps if it's not good enough to match its price to you,you still want to use it and want easy updates? :eek: probably why your question is unanswered..

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For apps already removed from the market there's no use forcing a link.

For paid apps if it's not good enough to match its price to you,you still want to use it and want easy updates? :eek: probably why your question is unanswered..

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What about apps though that ive got on XDA and apps like Paddy Power and Betfair which were taken out of the market,can these not be linked to the market?
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You cannot link it to market because it does not exist in the market server anymore, it's that simple.

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Market doctor is used when apps you did get in the market don't show up. Nothing more. Link to market is really only useful is you manually unlinked an app.
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can i backup all my messages with titanium backup and restore them on another ROM?

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