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Master Geek
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Topic # 189167 19-Dec-2015 07:40
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Im trying to get update to my data and the likes via the My Vodafone app on my Nexus 6P.
The app is, what appears to be, the latest version from the store.
Yet the app constantly says:
We've made some changes!
Please visit the Play store as this version is no longer supported.
So I go to play store using the convenient link and presto, I already have the latest version, 3.5 from December 3rd.

So what the heck?


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  Reply # 1453329 19-Dec-2015 07:53
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uninstall the App then update from play store

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  Reply # 1453331 19-Dec-2015 08:01
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johnr: uninstall the App then update from play store


Seems to have done the trick.
Somehow version 3.6 has showed up.


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