API to test if an application has the Auto Update flag enabled?

by stuckless » Sat, 07 May 2011 19:11:00 GMT


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 I'd like to get a list of my applications that have the auto update flag 
enabled.  After searching the APIs and lots of googling, i can't seem to 
find an API that would allow me to test if an Application has this set or 
not.  Does anyone know how to check for this behaviour?

Thanks.

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Re: API to test if an application has the Auto Update flag enabled?

by TreKing » Mon, 09 May 2011 10:50:53 GMT


 




This appears to be a feature of the Android Market, not the OS itself, so
there's likely no API to query this state.

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