Unable to see the update of my app

by Lukas Zapletal » Mon, 29 Jun 2009 22:19:00 GMT


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 Hello,

a week ago I have updated my application (Weewar Alarm) to version
1.0.0. In the Android Market "publish console" I can see the properly
published version 1.0.0 but on my phone I am not able to do the
update. I have still version 0.9.2.

I tried to uninstall also without any luck.
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Unable to see the update of my app

by Lukas Zapletal » Mon, 29 Jun 2009 22:20:21 GMT


 Oh I forgot to mention - I have changed the type of the deployment ->
from GAME to APPLICATION.

But this should not affect anything, right?

LZ



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