Thu. Jan 20th, 2022

Amazon has finally rolled out an update to its Appstore, and it’s said to fix the issues that have plagued Android 12 users for over a month (via Engadget). After users downloaded Android 12, they noticed that the Amazon Appstore was not functioning properly, an issue likely caused by the lack of compatibility between Amazon’s built-in DRM and the operating system.

In an update on the Amazon support forum where the issue first surfaced, an Amazon employee notes that the tech team has released an update to address the issue between the Appstore and Android 12. It says that you can download the update from Amazon’s website, and that after installing the update, you must log out and log in to the Appstore. You will then need to update all the apps you have downloaded by opening the Amazon Appstore, going to ‘My Apps’ and then clicking ‘Updates’.

However, this solution does not seem to solve the problem for everyone. Some users on the forum say they are still having problems after the update. While a number of different users are complaining that all their apps are still not showing up in the store, another user is reporting that they are getting compatibility errors when trying to open a single app.

“We are contacting customers with steps to update their Appstore experience,” Amazon spokesperson Troy Edwards said in a statement. The edge. “We are sorry for any disruption this has caused.”

Update Dec 18 6:45 PM ET: Updated to add a statement from an Amazon spokesperson.

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