Thanks for the suggestion. I have only had a single google subscription
account for a long time. However that did give me an idea.
I pushed apps in bulk to my phone from the web version of Play. I
uninstalled again and installed from the store on my phone. When I searched
here, it showed both OsmAnd and OsmAnd+. I must have installed the base
version from the Web store instead of the paid version. Hence, the request
to unlock content was shown.
On Wednesday, 7 March 2018 12:33:05 UTC, Bas Roufs wrote:
> > I purchased this maybe a year ago and recently did a complete
> > of my phone. When reinstalling I appear to have to purchase again as the
> > setting that indicates a purchase doesn't seem to carry through from the
> > store.
> > Any suggestions?
> Ever since I started using the paid version "Osmand+", I have been using
> least two mobile phones. At each of these 2 phones, I have carried out
> factory resets. In between, each factory reset, I have deleted and
> Osmand+ several times. I have also had a few OTA updates to some higher
> version of Android. However, notwithstanding all these changes, I only
> to pay "Osmand+" once so far.
> The key issue: each time when I carry out a factory reset, transfer to
> phone or reinstall of Osmand+, I log into Google Play via the SAME mail
> address that I have been using when purchasing Osmand+. If you log into
> Play with some other mail address, the system will not recognise you as
> someone who has purchased Osmand+. Beside my main gmail address, I have a
> more secondary addresses at my phone - via each of them, I could log in to
> Google Play. However, I avoid doing so, because I can access the packages
> have paid for via only the mail address I have been using at the time of
> Bas G. Roufs.
> Bas G. Roufs
> Van 't Hoffstraat 1
> NL- 3514 VT Utrecht
> +31 6 446 835 10
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