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hello!

I try to download apps from Google Play in my desktop PC but I cant, although I have logged-in with a gmail account

it says "You haven’t accessed the Google Play Store app on your device with this email account."

is there any workaround?

I want to download the apk files in my desktop PC and then transfer them to my android device

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Why not let Google push the app straight to your device?
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Sorry, the market (Google Play) doesn't work that way. If there is an issue accessing Play directly from your device, we might be able to help you get that sorted out.
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Why not let Google push the app straight to your device?
for various reasons

1) I dont have wifi on my android device and I need to download the apps to my PC and then transfer them via bluetooth to my android device

2) browsing Google Play is much more easy in my desktop PC and after I have opened many app webpages in my PC, I just need to download the apps and then transfer them to my android device
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for various reasons

1) I dont have wifi on my android device and I need to download the apps to my PC and then transfer them via bluetooth to my android device
I hope you mean you don't have access to wifi , because I can't think of a single current Android device that doesn't have wifi.

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If you log into play from your phone and then log into play on a PC using the same account, you can browse on the PC and push apps to your phone.

As I said, Google Play is not setup to download .apk's and then copy them to devices. It is also a violation of the terms of use of Play.

If you really need to do it this way, there are alternate legitimate sources like getjar.com that may let you download the .apk file. If nothing else, you can find the apps in Play and then contact the developer to see if they will allow you to download the .apk file from their website.
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that is serious inconvenience, anyway...

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If you log into play from your phone and then log into play on a PC using the same account, you can browse on the PC and push apps to your phone.
can you tell me please how do I do this exactly?
how do I push apps to my phone from my PC
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that is serious inconvenience, anyway...



can you tell me please how do I do this exactly?
how do I push apps to my phone from my PC
Connect to wifi on your device. Login to your Google account on your device. Open up the Play Store on your device to make sure it works.

And that's pretty much it. Your device will show up on the desktop website and apps will be pushed to your phone.
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it says "you do not have devices" :/
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it says "you do not have devices" :/
Have you signed into both using the same account?
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Have you been able to d/l any apps directly on your phone from Play? Even a little utility like Barcode Scanner?
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Have you been able to d/l any apps directly on your phone from Play? Even a little utility like Barcode Scanner?
yup, no problem at all

dunno, maybe it's that the locale of Google Play website on my PC is different than on my phone? or that I use Opera browser on my PC?
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yup, no problem at all

dunno, maybe it's that the locale of Google Play website on my PC is different than on my phone? or that I use Opera browser on my PC?
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I just fired up Linux on my laptop and logged in to Play using Opera, so I don't think that's it. What are the different locales between your Phone and PC?
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I just fired up Linux on my laptop and logged in to Play using Opera, so I don't think that's it. What are the different locales between your Phone and PC?
greek in my PC, english in my phone

I dont know why Google Play displays in greek in my PC, I dont want this, I would like to switch it to english by default
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Then I wold say you problem is a location issue. Are you running a Greek version of Windows?
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nop, an English one :/
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Sorry, the market (Google Play) doesn't work that way. If there is an issue accessing Play directly from your device, we might be able to help you get that sorted out.

Hi. I have exactly the same request. For instance, I purchased Asphalt 6 weeks ago, a 592MB file, and it took ages to download 237mb and I cant seem to get further. It downloads about 50-60Mb and then it gets interrupted. even though it doesnt quite start all over again it ignores most of the previous session. Eg, you are on 27mb and you download a further 60mb, it then gets interrupted for some reason and when you restart the download it starts at 40mb. I cant get past 237mb though. I have had it get to 310mb and when it got interrupted, it started again at 237mb. Very frustrating. Same with the sims game. Have stop trying to download anything over 50mb. Downloading to desktop 1st would be ideal.

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Hi. I have exactly the same request. For instance, I purchased Asphalt 6 weeks ago, a 592MB file, and it took ages to download 237mb and I cant seem to get further. It downloads about 50-60Mb and then it gets interrupted. even though it doesnt quite start all over again it ignores most of the previous session. Eg, you are on 27mb and you download a further 60mb, it then gets interrupted for some reason and when you restart the download it starts at 40mb. I cant get past 237mb though. I have had it get to 310mb and when it got interrupted, it started again at 237mb. Very frustrating. Same with the sims game. Have stop trying to download anything over 50mb. Downloading to desktop 1st would be ideal.

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In cases like this I would contact the developer directly and explain the situation. They may be able to give you a direct download for their app.
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Thats weird. i can dl a 200mb app, for example, in 10 minutes or so on wifi.
if you don't have wifi, maybe drink a cup of coffee at MickyD's and dl all your stuff while you're there.
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Thats weird. i can dl a 200mb app, for example, in 10 minutes or so on wifi.
if you don't have wifi, maybe drink a cup of coffee at MickyD's and dl all your stuff while you're there.
You dont live in South Africa.
Most home adsl lines are 384k speed.
They are promising to upgrade to 1mb soon. Hooray.
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In cases like this I would contact the developer directly and explain the situation. They may be able to give you a direct download for their app.
Have asked them already.
Their reply was "Unfortunately, the files can be saved only directly on your phone. I am sorry for the inconveniences."
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after accessing google play on Opera mini browser of my phone and downloading apps it says " download will begin shortly" but the d/l does not take place anytime. Also, i can't open google play app directly from the phone--it always says network error.

how to downlaod apps from google play??
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For users looking for a way to download apps directly to their PC, we just released a desktop client called SnapPea: SnapPea - Android's Best Friend You can download from over 100,000 free APKs from our content partner, 1Mobile.

As others have pointed out here, there's no way to download APK files directly from Google Play.

SnapPea is currently in beta and we'd love to get your feedback.
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how can we be sure there will never be a virus?
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If you're concerned about a virus in SnapPea or any other file, use an online virus scanner like VirSCAN: VirSCAN.org - Free Multi-Engine Online Virus Scanner v1.02, Supports 36 AntiVirus Engines! Run the .exe file through that website and it'll pick up any red flags. It's good sense to also have anti-virus software (like AVG) installed on your computer too.
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Hi everybody, i had the same problems and i guess i've found "the trick"...
(but can't post link 'cause i'm new, here ... found it on "teckdevil dot com")

So i paste/copy :

... a simple trick can do the Job. You’ll be able to download Apps. from Google Play directly to your computer and then transfer to your phone. Just follow the following steps to do the job:
You need Chrome browser to do the trick. If you don’t already have it, download and install it from here.
1. Open Chrome browser and install the APK Downloader Extension (Latest stable version is 1.2.1 which supports the new Google Play).
2. Right click on the Google Chrome icon on your desktop and Choose Properties.
3. Choose Shortcuts tab and add ‘ --ignore-certificate-errors --allow-running-insecure-content‘ at the end of Target box (without quotes) and click OK/Apply. Note that you need to leave a space after.
4. Close Chrome and Restart using the shortcut at the desktop.
5. Open the Extension’s options page and fill up all the details. You will need the Device ID app. to find your Android device ID.
6. Now, go to Google Play and further to the Application page of the App. you want to Download.
7. Click the APK icon in your Address Bar to start downloading the application to your PC.
Please note that you can only download Free Apps using the Extension. It won’t show the download link for Paid Apps. You can find more info on how to use the Extension at the APK Downloader Extension’s Official Post.
Update: The latest version of Chrome is not allowing users to install 3rd party extensions. If you are receiving “Extensions, apps and user scripts can only be added from the Chrome Web Store” or a similar message while
installing the extension to chrome, just download it using a different browser and drag it to Chrome’s extensions page (chrome://chrome/extensions/) and it will install normally.


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This is completely nuts. I don't want google to spy on every thing I download.
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I don't want to give them my device ID either. Can I use a generic device ID or 'borrow' a device ID?
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You can't. Your device ID is how they know where to send the app AFAIK. If you don't like Google, why buy Android? That doesn't compute.
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>You can't. Your device ID is how they know where to send the app AFAIK.

Well, you probably don't know much. I've gotten free apps from places that are not google. So obviously the device ID is not needed to send anything.

>If you don't like Google, why buy Android? That doesn't compute.

I didn't buy android. I bought a tablet that uses android.
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>You can't. Your device ID is how they know where to send the app AFAIK.

Well, you probably don't know much. I've gotten free apps from places that are not google. So obviously the device ID is not needed to send anything.

>If you don't like Google, why buy Android? That doesn't compute.

I didn't buy android. I bought a tablet that uses android.

I was talking about when you get apps from the Google Play Store. They need your device ID to push the app direct to your phone from Google servers. Getting apps from other places is a good way of getting malware that steal your information fron your device, like passwords, bank data, etc.

You bought a tablet that uses Android, and yet you do not want Google, that's basically what I'm saying. You dont like Google but you bought something using an OS that Google made. Doesn't make sense IMO. But hey, it's your money.
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>They need your device ID to push the app direct to your phone from Google servers.

No they don't. When you get an app from google play you are simply downloading a file. No ID is needed in order to download files. It doesn't matter if you are transferring a file from google servers to a PC running windows, to a PC running linux, to a tablet running android, or whatever. It's just FTP.

>Getting apps from other places is a good way of getting malware

That is a possibility but the risk can be minimized if you download from reputable sites.

>You dont like Google but you bought something using an OS that Google made.

True - my mistake. I thought android was 'open'/'free' software, and that google was more or less decent company, but they are not. I made a mistake of sorts, but now I'm going to fix it. So, how do I get a fake ID for my tablet?
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>They need your device ID to push the app direct to your phone from Google servers.

No they don't. When you get an app from google play you are simply downloading a file. No ID is needed in order to download files. It doesn't matter if you are transferring a file from google servers to a PC running windows, to a PC running linux, to a tablet running android, or whatever. It's just FTP.
Uh no, getting an app from Google Play is not a simple file download, not if you are doing it from a PC to a phone, because you don't download installers from Play Store to your PC, it doesn't work that way. Clicking install on the Google Play website on your PC pushes the app straight to your phone/tablet. This works even if the device is turned off (turning it on and download will start). They are able to do this by your phone sending specific data to Google play (I think it sends the device ID or maybe some other data) because they need to know its model and hardware configuration and Android version to know if it is compatible with an app.

So basically, the phone sends certain data to Google to identify the device. While yes, Android is open, any manufacturer that is working with the Open Handset Alliance has to play by Google's rules because Google was the one who formed OHA. Anybody can use Android even if they are not part of OHA and can remove Google's presence on the device if they want. The Kindle Fire is a mainstream example, and Aliyun is an example of an Android variant OS that is not governed by Google.

First step to being able to fake your device ID if possible (but I think it is) is to root your device. Anyway, if you don't put a Google account on the device, Google won't be able to detect you I'd think, because you technically won't be "activated" or "registered". You'd be like one of those chinese Androids that can't access Google (and vice versa).
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