Long story short, I've got apps on my phone from the Amazon App store as well as the Google Market. Up until the last month or so, they co-existed peacefully and everyone got along. Now, it's bad times. In the past few months, the apps I bought from Amazon have magically been linked to the Google Market. Google tries to update them, then declines the updates because I haven't purchased the apps from them. Consequently I constantly get a message that there are half a dozen apps that need updates. To make matters worse, I had apps that I had used TB to deliberately break the market links because I did not want updates to those apps. Now I'm getting messages that those apps need to be updated as well. No problem, I said to myself. I went in to TB and broke the links to all of these apps. They disappeared from the Market and peace and tranquility reigned in the land once more. (Ok, I may have been playing too much Stronghold lately.) Anyway, a week or so later the links appeared. I broke them again and they later came back. I'm now stuck in a vicious cycle. The Google Market wants to update my Amazon apps, but can't. I try to break the links, but that only works in the short term. How can I permanently break a market link and make it so it never, ever, ever comes back unless I manually put it back?