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[Q] Remove app from Android Market 'My Library'

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16th January 2012, 04:40 PM   |  #1  
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So I use the Amazon app store and GetJar for free 'paid' apps. Some of these apps are showing up in "My Library" on my Google Android Market account. Is there a way to remove them from the Android Market account?

One recent problem is Wave Launcher which used to be free on GetJar. I don't see it listed anymore on GetJar and I can't even buy it from the Android Market since it thinks it's already purchased (but declines the 'install' saying it's not purchased). A 'delete' button like in the Amazon app store library would solve all of this...

Short of changing google accounts, I don't see any options on how to fix this. Anyone have any ideas? The problem is on my market library, not my phone (I know how to remove market links, etc.). Thanks.
18th January 2012, 05:23 AM   |  #2  
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I to have this problem its very annoying their has to be a way to clean it up.
18th January 2012, 05:31 AM   |  #3  
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I actually used the 'report' app function on the google market and got a reply back. They have "forwarded your case to a specialist to begin working to resolve your issue as soon as possible". We'll see what comes of it. Amazon's app store has a simple delete button in that library. It doesn't seem like that would be too hard to implement.
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did you ever get a reply for this?
would love to be able to remove all the apps i just simply try for the sake of testing and i want them gone.....

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I believe Titanium Backup can do this if you are rooted.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sitlet

I believe Titanium Backup can do this if you are rooted.

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You can "fix" market links with it by long pressing on the app in question.

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30th October 2012, 09:54 PM   |  #8  
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I to have this problem its very annoying their has to be a way to clean it up.

On the website I don't see an option, but it is possible on your phone.
I am not sure if all versions of the play store have this option (I am using Jelly Bean 4.1.2):
When I open the play store on my phone I can remove previous installed apps from the list.

Go to: Play Store > My Apps > All
There you can remove an app by tapping the icon
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Originally Posted by basjansen

On the website I don't see an option, but it is possible on your phone.
I am not sure if all versions of the play store have this option (I am using Jelly Bean 4.1.2):
When I open the play store on my phone I can remove previous installed apps from the list.

Go to: Play Store > My Apps > All
There you can remove an app by tapping the icon

Yeahp. It works.
I deleted some yesterday on my mobile, but they were still on my web "Other apps in my library".
Today, I deleted some again and reloaded the webpage. They disappeared.
Thanks for the tip.
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Ok, maybe it needs some time to sync. Great it works!

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