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Topic # 147236 13-Jun-2014 08:41
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Hi All,

So i woke up this morning to see a notification badge on the App store. I saw that there was an app (Skype) waiting to be updated. I pressed update and i get the pop up message "The Item you tried to buy is no longer available".  However the Skype app has an updated sign (the blue dot) next to it. Has anyone else getting the same error. I tried to update couple of time but still the same.

I'm not sure if i have posted this in the right forum since i'm a newbie

Cheers!

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  Reply # 1064666 13-Jun-2014 08:45
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I would be tempted to reboot and try again.  It's likely there has been a version upgrade very recently but your phone is trying to download the previous version that is now no longer available.




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  Reply # 1064667 13-Jun-2014 08:50
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you were right . after the reboot. it updated automatically.  Thanks for help

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1064669 13-Jun-2014 08:52
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cool




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  Reply # 1064887 13-Jun-2014 13:31
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I got that this morning too.
Solved the problem by deleting Skype :)

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