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I ain't Musky and I don't know if Android OS allows you to use same programs on two devices at the same time but...

Are you using a different Google account to sign in the Market/Google Play on your Galaxy than you did on the Nexus (if it's also an Android-based phone?). According to my (limited?) understanding apps you've bought are connected to an account rather than a device.

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Thanks Lonewanderer. I am happy for any advice from anybody,

I have a google account but before I could work out how to transfer my apps from the galaxy nexus, the battery completely went. Sometimes I can get a charge but it doesn't stay. & I am forgetful. I didn't think to back the apps. Or know how really for that matter. I noticed on the old nexus there was an android beam that you could put the phones back to back & some how they would transfer accross I thought. I tried that. I have been able to get my phone numbers out of that nexus. I have already got the photo's and piece by piece now also photo's I will back up on the google account. I have 2 apps that I purchased which was the Jwplayer & the Reasoning Book app.

which I use them most the time. So I am still learning the techno/computer mumbo jumbo. Most the time I use android market & Google Play,

But when I purchased those 2 apps it was in another area. I searched for Apps for Jehovah's Witnesses & then purchased them that way. I think I went the back door way.

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Lets check if you purchased them from the Google store. Go to the Google store and press the menu button on your phone. You are looking for "my apps" there are different options when there. Look at the top Installed and All

128874=7179-Screenshot_2012-10-02-21-38- See of you see it in the All category.

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You can't just move apps from one device to another, unless you root, but that's another story.

As Julius said, as long as you use the same Google account on the tablet as you did as you did to purchase the app in the first place, you should be able to download any paid app again at no charge. They just figure you did a factory reset or lost it some other way.

The rest is up to you conscience. I personally feel that if you are only going to use it on one device at a time, I don't see an issue. But if you have it on both devices and two different people are using it, then I don't feel that would be fair.

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And if for whatever reason you created another Google Account, you can also go to Settings -> Accounts and add your other Google Account with which you made the purchase. You can have multiple Google Accounts on the same device.

Then log into Google Play with the account with which you purchased the app and download it.

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Thanks guys I tried suggestions. When i got my.first. Android i didn.t know about.google play accounts. I am darft. I have now been setting.up google accounts &.syncing my files. So.its just dawned on me that google account is like itunes i suppose. Thank you for all your.troubles.

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This Saturday is my Special assembly day. I am looking forward to it. Usually I love to take notes. But sometimes as parents no You have to take your kids out for whatever reason> So on my Android. I have my new favorite feature. I can record the meetings. I does a great job from where I seat. So hopefully it will do the same at the assembly. There are so many excellent points not to miss.

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What is the new feature,an app?

This Saturday is my Special assembly day. I am looking forward to it. Usually I love to take notes. But sometimes as parents no You have to take your kids out for whatever reason> So on my Android. I have my new favorite feature. I can record the meetings. I does a great job from where I seat. So hopefully it will do the same at the assembly. There are so many excellent points not to miss.

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Hi Ya Nancy. How you going?

The feature. I have the Samsung Note. Its the next Model after the S3. It has a Voice Recorder. Built into it. Which its also an app. I have seen something similar. One Google Play. Or Android Market. If you can look in the Free apps. Under Communications. Its fantastic.

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A friend of mine has the HTC. I have helped him out with it. I think it is an a cheaper version of the Samsung Galaxy..it has many apps that are the same and the features are the same. I think it maybe a different logo. It is Android base so you can go and download the android apps, My friend has the Adobe installed and can add the Pdfs of the Watchtower etc.

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HTC is a different "smartphone" manufacturer, it is not a "cheaper version of the Samsung Galaxy". There are many smartphone manufacturers and they make different products although, with the exception of Apple products, they all use a version of the Android operating system. What version of HTC do you have? The "EVO" or maybe the "incredible"?

Depending on the model and what carrier (Sprint, Verizon, AT&T etc) you have, you should have access to the Android market as mentioned. If so, there is much you can do with it.

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