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How to restore in-app purchases on android

How to restore in-app purchases on android

All transactions made on Android are tied to your Google account (or Amazon if you downloaded the app from Amazon Appstore). This means that you can restore your Relax Melodies Premium content on any Android-powered device as long as you use the same account.

If you downloaded the app from Google Play Store:

  1. Close Relax Melodies from the App Manager (may be called Apps on some devices)
  2. Go to your device Settings
  3. Tap Accounts
  4. Tap Google
  5. Make sure you’re using the correct account
  6. Go to device Settings
  7. Go to Account section
  8. Select your Google account
  9. Synchronize the account
  10. Open the app

Your Premium subscription should kick back in. If the app does not restore your paid content right away, restart the app and your device. If this doesn’t help:

  1. Go to your device Settings
  2. Open App Manager
  3. Select Relax Melodies
  4. Select Force Stop to close the app
  5. Force stop Google Play Store as well
  6. Reopen Google Play Store
  7. Reopen Relax Melodies

In case the app does not restore your purchase, try clearing the app cache and data.
Note that this will erase your favorites, so we suggest writing them down or creating a backup.

  1. Go to your device Settings
  2. Open App Manager (may be called Apps on some devices)
  3. Select our app
  4. Select Storage (it may be located in a different place depending on your device)
  5. Delete the Data and Cache
  6. Go back to the App Manager
  7. Select Google Play Store
  8. Delete Google Play Store app data and cache
  9. Restart your device
  10. Open Google Play Store
  11. Search for Relax Melodies: Sleep Sounds & open the app

This should restore your Premium access.

If you need more help, contact us at [email protected] with your Google Play transaction number (starts with GPA).

If you downloaded the app from Amazon Appstore, do the following:

  1. Close our app from the App Manager
  2. Go to your device Settings
  3. Tap My account
  4. Make sure you’re using the right account

If the app does not restore your paid content right away, restart the app and the device.

If the app fails to restore your purchase, try clearing the app cache and data.
Note that this will erase your favorites, so we suggest writing them down or creating a backup:

  1. On your Kindle, go to Settings
  2. Open Apps and Games
  3. Tap Manage Apps
  4. Swipe left twice to access all apps
  5. Scroll down to find our app
  6. Delete the Data and Cache
  7. Scroll down to find Appstore
  8. Delete the Data and Cache
  9. Restart your device
  10. Open Appstore
  11. Search for Relax Melodies & open the app

Your Premium subscription should automatically kick back in.

If you need more help, contact us anytime at [email protected] and send us your proof of purchase.

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The purchase which you make within an app either it is in Google play itself is an in-app purchase. These in-app purchases are tracked by Google. Some of the apps can be installed on a new device but some are enabled after you purchase them.

For the restoration of any purchased app, just visit the Google play and re-install the app. If using your current Google account you have already purchased the app, you will be able to re-download it.

Consumable VS non-consumable purchases:

Google is tracking all the in-app purchases. When an in-app is purchased from the Google, it notes down that now you have owned the in-app purchase. Some of the purchases can be consumed by the app. When some app consumed all in-app purchases Google marks that in-app purchase as the un-owned.How to restore in-app purchases on android

A consumable in-app can be in the form of currency, lives, energy or any sort of credit which can be used by the app.

A non-consumable purchase cannot be consumed by the app. This can be in the form of unlocking the full version, removal of ads from an app or it can be in the form of some level which can be purchased and get played as many times as you can. Non-consumable can be in any form which can be accessed permanently.

How to restore non-consumable purchases:

All those in-app purchases which cannot be consumed have restoration capability. In the case you just restore your android device or purchased the new one, you can reinstall the app or can regain access to the in-app purchases.

All your in-app purchases are tied to your Google account. To restore, sign in using the same Google account you used to buy in-app purchases.

Next step is launching the app, you made the in-app purchases. Most of the app automatically check for the in-app purchases and restore them for you after querying the Google play.

This is somewhat different from the restoration of Apple iOS in-app purchases. In iOS, you have to restore the in-apps by clicking the buttons manually and using Apple Id and password. Apps can be restored automatically in the background, anytime without the need of a password.

How to restore consumable purchases:

Unlike the non-consumable in-app purchases, you may get in trouble while restoring consumable in-app purchases. Now, each of the consumable purchase is the ‘managed’ purchase as the Google will track down for you. The app will immediately tell the Google play that purchase is ‘consumed’ when the currency is given to you. If you have purchased an in-app and app is unable to provide you that purchase for some reason, this purchase can be automatically restored itself on a device which you are using.

For example, if some in-app is purchased in the form of currency, lives, coins that data cannot be stored by the Google Play but the app can track it itself. There is no guarantee that this data can be restored on the new device or the same device which you have restored.

Sometimes when you update your device’s operating system or transfer Coach’s Eye to a new device, it may seem as though you’ve lost your in-app purchases (Fully Loaded Pack, PRO or VIP subscriptions, etc.).

*PLEASE NOTE: In order to restore your paid purchases, you will need to ensure you are logged into BOTH Google Play and the Coach’s Eye app, using the same account you did at time of purchase.

To restore your purchases:

    Download and open the free app.

How to restore in-app purchases on android

Open the drawer from the upper left corner of the screen and select Support.

How to restore in-app purchases on android

Select Purchases and Paid App from the menu.

How to restore in-app purchases on android

Tap on the menu option, located in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.

How to restore in-app purchases on android

Tap on Recover Paid App.

How to restore in-app purchases on android

Open the list of recent apps used on your device.

How to restore in-app purchases on android

Close the Coach’s Eye app by tapping on the X in the upper right-hand corner.

How to restore in-app purchases on android
Then launch the free app again. You’re paid features should now be restored and ready to use.

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Additionally, you will want to make sure your Google accounts match and you’re using the same Google account you used to purchase.

You will want to make sure that both your device and the Google Play Store are using the correct Google account to access the paid app.First, make sure you add the account you used to buy Coach’s Eye as an account on your device. Do this by opening your settings app and tapping accounts, and then tapping on Accounts. Once signed in it should display in the list accessed by tapping Google in the account list.

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Next make sure to select this account by opening the Play Store, opening the drawer menu from the upper left corner and using the drop down to select the correct account.

If you’ve paid to become a Pray Patron (thank you!), you might find that it resets when you buy a new phone or reinstall the app. Here is how to restore previous purchases.

No worries! You can restore your purchase using the app and unlock your novenas again.

NOTE: If you aren’t sure if you have an active subscription, read this article.

Steps

  1. Open your User Profile
  2. Tap ‘Become a Pray Patron’ button
  3. At the bottom of the screen tap ‘Restore Previous Purchases’ (you might need to scroll down to see it)
  4. If your subscription is still active, the app will automatically restore your patron level and unlock all novenas.

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I’m trying to implement an in-app purchase functionality with the help of the net.robotmedia.billing library.

The purchase of an in-app item (managed) works: the purchase is made, there’s an order in google checkout, and later when I restart the device for example, when restoring the transactions the “purchase” state can be retrieved.

When I uninstall and reinstall the app, after restoring the transactions the purchase state can be detected. However, this time something (probably the Market app) sends a “Purchase failed”-notification. The transaction history (after a purchase) always is: 8x Transaction.PurchaseState.CANCELLED followed by one Transaction.PurchaseState.PURCHASED .

The “Purchase failed.”-notification is sent even though no purchase has been made. In the initialization I do:

Everything seems to work, only that I get this notification. How do I get rid of this notification? Or is there perhaps something I might have missed?

UPDATE: The above mentioned cancelled transactions are just the history which is correct. Still the market app (I assume) sends a “Purchase failed”-notification on RESTORE_TRANSACTIONS (I assume when I receive these cancelled transactions).

Perhaps this is not important since a user does not cancel, re-purchase, cancel, re-purchase, etc. But once a transaction is cancelled, the user will receive this notification whenever the restoring is processed which is annoying (and confusing for the user).

All transactions are tied to your Google Account (or Amazon if you downloaded the app from Amazon Appstore), so you can restore any Android-powered device if you use the same account.

If you downloaded the app from Google Play Store, do the following:

  1. Close our app from the App Manager (may be called Apps on some devices)
  2. Go to your device Settings
  3. Tap Accounts
  4. Tap Google
  5. Make sure you’re using the right account
  6. Synchronize the account
  7. Open app

Your subscription should kick back i automatically. If the app does not restore your paid content right away, restart the app and the device. If this didn’t help, do the following:

  1. Go to your device Settings
  2. Open App Manager
  3. Select the relevant App
  4. Select Force Stop to close the app
  5. Force stop Google Play Store as well
  6. Reopen Google Play Store
  7. Reopen the relevant App

In case the app does not restore your purchase, try clearing the app cache and data.
Note that this will erase your favourites screen (if you have any), so we suggest writing them down or creating a backup.

  1. Go to your device Settings
  2. Open App Manager (may be called Apps on some devices)
  3. Select our app
  4. Select Storage (it may be located in a different place depending on your device)
  5. Delete the Data and Cache
  6. Go back to the App Manager
  7. Select Google Play Store
  8. Delete Google Play Store app data and cache
  9. Restart your device
  10. Open Google Play Store
  11. Look for the relevant App and open it.

This should restore your access.

If you need more help, contact Applicaster’s Support and send us the Google Play transaction number (starts with GPA), so we can find another solution.

If you downloaded the app from Amazon Appstore, do the following:

  1. Close our app from the App Manager
  2. Go to your device Settings
  3. Tap My account
  4. Make sure you’re using the right account

If the app does not restore your paid content right away, restart the app and the device.

If the app fails to restore your purchase, try clearing the app cache and data.
Note that this will erase your favourites (if you have any), so we suggest writing them down or creating a backup:

  1. On your Amazon Fire Device, and go to Settings
  2. Open Apps and Games
  3. Tap Manage Apps
  4. Swipe left twice to access all apps
  5. Scroll down to find our app
  6. Delete the Data and Cache
  7. Scroll down to find Appstore
  8. Delete the Data and Cache
  9. Restart your device
  10. Open Appstore
  11. Look for any app
  12. Open the relevant App.

Your subscription should automatically kick back in.

If you need more help, contact Applicaster’s Support, and send us your proof of purchase, so we can find another solution.

Keeping track of all our apps is almost impossible, especially when switching devices or performing a factory reset. Google makes it pretty painless to re-install all your apps on a new or reset device, but if you’re looking for a specific app that you may no longer remember the name of, things get a little complicated. Here’s how to find old purchased apps on the Google Play Store!

Finding old apps

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Before looking at purchased apps specifically, let’s take a quick look at how Google keeps a track of your old apps for you. This method for finding apps isn’t actually particularly helpful when finding purchased apps unless you already know what you’re looking for.

  • Open the Google Play Store app.
  • Open the hamburger menu by tapping on the three horizontal lines at the top left corner.
  • Tap on My Apps & Games.

The apps currently installed on your phone are found under the aptly named Installed tab. The Library lists all the apps you’ve ever installed on your Android devices past and present but aren’t on your phone anymore. The sorting options in the Library tab only include Recent and Alphabetical, while the Installed Tab adds Last Updated, Last Used, and Size.

Notably absent is any way to distinguish between free and purchased apps in both these sections. You’re also out luck if you don’t know the name of what you’re looking for (and then you can just search for it).

Finding purchased apps

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Finding purchased apps, in particular, requires a few extra steps.

  • Open the Google Play Store
  • Open the hamburger menu by tapping on the three horizontal lines at the top left corner.
  • Scroll down and tap on Account.
  • The tap on Order History.

Order History is where you will find a list of any and all purchases you’ve made via Google Play. Unfortunately, this list also includes books, movies, TV shows, songs, and albums you may have bought via Google Play, and all the in-app purchases you’ve ever made too.

Depending on your order history, it may take a lot of scrolling, but you should be able to find all the purchased apps you were looking for. There might be some surprises in there as well.

I had the OG Moto 360 smartwatch in 2015 and had bought a few watch faces back then. I didn’t keep the watch for long, and when I switched smartphones after that, I didn’t re-install any of those apps again. I got the Huawei Watch 2 last year but completely forgot about those watch faces. When I was looking at my order history, I was able to download and use them again.

Almost everyone regards smartphone as a part of their life. There are millions of apps in Google Play. Altough most apps are free, nevertheless there are still many apps are free for basic vision or just a demo app. If you want the pro vision with the full features, you have to pay for it.

Today KingoRoot will show you the way of how to hack these apps. So that you may have chance of using the full featured app without paing for it.

Just follow simple ways below.

Method 1:

1)Lunch Lucky patcher apk and grant root access.

2)You may minimize or close Lucky patcher at this moment and launch the app which you want to get the Pro vision or the paid vision.

3)Go to purchase section and click on buy or pro vision or anything that is written in your app.

4)Now the Lucky patcher’s window opens itself instead of google in app purchase box. In that window you will see “Do you want to try to get this app for free” as shown in screen shots below and Select “yes”. Non-rooted user Click on “send reply to application(Unsigned).

5)Done. Now you hacked the In app purchase successfully. If the app is supported, then the thing you are trying to download starts downloading or the feature you want Unlock will be unlocked.

(You may also do as described below to increase your chance of success)

1)Open Lucky patcher apk and find Google play store.

2)Tap on it and select “open menu of patches”

3)You will see a warning window saying “It is a system app . “, select ok.

4)Tap on “Custom pach” and select the first one “support.Inapp.LVL.android.vending” and tap apply.

5)Reboot your device.

6)Now act method 1 again.

Applying custom patch to google play store will increase your chance of success.

If you want to disable the Lucky patcher’s automatically open, please follow steps below:

1)Open Lucky patcher and go to toolbox at bottom left corner.

2)Select ‘Disable google Billing emulation’.

Method 2:

1)Open Lucky patcher and find the app you want to hack the in app purchasement.

2)If in app purchasement available, you will see “In app purchases found” below the app.

3)Long press on the app or just tap on the app and click on “open menu of patches”.

4)Select “Support patch for In app and LVL emulation.

5)Select apply, wait until it finishes. After that your device will reboot automatically.

If your patch was successful, you may say goodbye to the obnoxious google in app emulation window, that used to come when you select to buy something. You can buy anything for free.

Done! you may enjoy the hacked app now

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restoring purchases

To install purchased tracks on your iOS device, check in your device’s general settings under “iTunes and App Store” to make sure you’re logged in with the Apple ID originally used to make your purchases. Then, open Naturespace and tap the green “+” icon to view the Naturespace store catalog. Tap the “P” icon in the lower right corner of the store, and then tap “Check for uninstalled purchases.” This will display all of the purchased tracks associated with your account. Tap any track to begin downloading.

(If it’s possible that you’ve made purchases from more than one Apple ID, you can repeat the above steps with a second ID.)

If that doesn’t work, we’d recommend the following steps:

  1. Delete the app on your device.
  2. Navigate to Settings > iTunes & App Store
  3. Tap your account ID and “Sign Out.”
  4. Hold down the top button and slide to power off your device.
  5. Power on your device and re-download Naturespace over WiFi and not from a synced computer or iCloud backup. (Apple will prompt you for your Apple ID and password.)
  6. When you launch Naturespace for the first time, you will be prompted to select “New User” or “Unlock.” Tap “Unlock.”
  7. After you tap the “Unlock” button, navigate to the Naturespace in-app store by tapping the green “+” icon. At the bottom of the screen, you’ll see an activity bar. Please note the messages in the bar as the device communicates with Apple. The restore process can take some time depending on the number of tracks and speed of connection. Keep the Naturespace app open and in the foreground until your track restore completes.