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How to get all my Android apps on my secondary device( Android Tablet)


julius44

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Hello and good morning to you all. I currently have the brilliant galxy s2 mobile handset, and ive got loadz of apps that ive downloaded onto it. I ordered an android tablet via Amazon uk, it came this morning, and its brilliant....ive already downloaded lookout premium and installed this on my android tablet, as lookout allows me to add a secondary device. ive downloadded facebook, and one or 2 other apps, but if I want to intall quite a few other apps that I already installed on my glalxy s2 do I now have to downlaod EACH app individually?? or is there a quicker way please??

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KRONOS the First

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Did you look at the bit of software in my final post on your earlier thread? Your other thread.

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PSF

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Log into your Gmail account on your pc, click the Play link, and then you can see what APPS you have installed. You can then install them to another devivce from there. The APPS will be sent direct to your tablet. Best make sure you are using WIFi so you dont go over your web allowance! You will need to have your tablet registered with Gmail first

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morddwyd

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This may not work with all of your apps.

Some of your paid for ones may require you to deactivate on one device before installing on another, or buy a new copy.

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