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Tuesday, January 25, 2011


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The Android Market lets you return apps you purchased for a complete refund. For those of us who’ve gotten used to the generous 24-hour grace period, however, you may be in for a surprise; the Android Market has recently revised its return policy and you now have just 15 minutes to return unwanted apps for a full refund. If you do purchase an app and decide quickly that you don’t want it, you can return it for a refund by accessing the Android Market, pressing the Menu button, selecting Downloads, and then selecting the app for which you’d like to get a refund. If you’re still within the 15-minute grace period, then you will see an Uninstall & Refund button. Simply tap it to proceed. If the grace period has expired, your only option will be to uninstall the application. If you still want a refund, the Android Market Help site recommends you contact the app publisher directly. Good luck with that.

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