Question about Tablets & eReaders
Just make sure with the play store settings, whether you have sign in with your G mail account or not. If no just sign in and try else register as a new user and try. If found still there were an error. Just try to restore the tablet. If you again found the same error then, shutdown the tablet and press power + volume up button up to 15 seconds, so that you will get restore option there and restore through that. Definitely it will work for you.
Posted on Aug 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just a thought, however, it might be that it automatically upgraded your Android operating system and now the apps are not compatible. Try deleting one of the apps and re-installing it. Hope this helps you - Learning Thermostat
Posted on Nov 19, 2012
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Press the "n" button to display the quick nav bar.
In the quick nav bar, tap the Settings icon.
In the Device Settings section, tap Device Info.
Tap Erase & Deregister Device.
Stop. Think. Think again.
If you really, really want to do this, go to Step 7. If not, tap the Back button.
Tap the Erase & Deregister Device button.
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