May 4th, 2012, 12:35 AM
Join Date: Jun 2011
Device(s): HTC Desire (retired),
Samsung Galaxy S3
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You might have better luck in your specific phones All things root-section, since they know your phone best.
Still, for what it's worth, I would try getting around this problem by installing the app Titanium backup, and do a backup of your apps and their data. Do a nandroid from recovery for good measure. Backup your user data (contacts if stored on phone, texts, phone logs and the like).
Do a complete factory reset.
Now see what happens when you log on to Play again. If you are able to download the apps that have been disappearing, try restoring your Titanium backup (user apps with data) and see if it works.
If there is no difference at all after the reset, you might as well restore your nandroid. You could even restore your nandroid from when you rooted, just to get access again to the apps you've lost and make a Titanium backup of them. That way you could reinstall them from Ti whenever they disappear.
Hope you solve this!