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Amazon’s Update is Supposed to Fix Issues with Android 12

Amazon has launched an update for its App Store, and it’s supposed to fix the issues that have been plaguing Android 12 users for over a month. After users downloaded Android 12, they noticed that the Appstore wasn’t functioning correctly, an issue likely caused by the lack of compatibility between built-in DRM and the operating system.

The Amazon support forum where the issue first came to light, an staff member notes that the technical team has issued an update to address the issue between the Appstore and Android 12. The company said that the users can download the update from Amazon website, and that you should sign out and sign in of the App Store after installing the update.  They have to update any apps that you’ve downloaded by opening the Amazon Appstore, heading to “My Apps,” and then hitting “Updates.”

This fix doesn’t seem to solve the problem for everyone. Some users on the forum say that they are still experiencing issues following the update. Other users complain that all of their apps still aren’t appearing on the store, another user reports that they’re getting compatibility errors when trying to open a single app. The Amazon spokesperson have said that they are contacting customers with steps to update their App Store experience. They also apologized for the disruption this has caused.

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