Google Play Store Version 3.7.15 Now Up for Download

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  • 29 Jul 2012
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  • Google is rolling out a Play Store update now, reaching version 3.7.15, that follows the 3.7.11 and 3.7.13 releases from early July. The new version doesn’t seem to bring many improvements at first sight, so it’s most likely focused on performance enhancements and bug fixes.

    One bug fix is the one that solves problems with Sprint devices that were getting stuck when downloading apps on 4G and showed a “waiting for network” message. If you can’t get the new version of the Play Store, we have some download mirrors listed below.

    You just need to download the apk file to your device and install it just like you would sideload any app out there. The app is legit, signed by Google, so it’s all OK. Users are claiming that you can’t update frozen or disabled apps anymore, since they show up as Disabled and the only two options available are Enable and Uninstall. This could be an isolated case, so don’t take this for granted. Download mirrors here:

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