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Topic # 185694 2-Dec-2015 08:19
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I have just bought a second hand Samsung Tab S 8.4 Wifi tablet running stock 5.0.2.

For some weird reason I cant install Candy Crush apps from the Store, it says my device is incompatible,WHAT?!
A quick google tells me a few others have this issue after resetting their tablets. No solution found though.

I thought I would sideload CC while King and Samsung sort their problem out.

My question : after sideloading CC will it automatically update each week or will I have to always sideload to keep it up to date?




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  Reply # 1439051 2-Dec-2015 08:34
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you will need to side load it for each update.



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  Reply # 1439052 2-Dec-2015 08:34
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Can't install Candy Crush apps? That is awesome someone is looking down on you

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1439055 2-Dec-2015 08:39
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johnr: Can't install Candy Crush apps? That is awesome someone is looking down on you

Feels more like someone is looking up at me. :(





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  Reply # 1439088 2-Dec-2015 09:40
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Crisis averted!
It seems I hadn't waited long enough.
A whole lot of googley updates just happened and now the device shows as compatible.




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