Amazon has at long last carried out an update for its Appstore, and it should fix the issues that have been tormenting Android 12 clients for more than a month. Later clients downloaded Android 12, they saw that the Amazon Appstore wasn’t working effectively, an issue probably brought about by the absence of similarity between Amazon’s inherent DRM and the working framework.
In a report on the Amazon support forum where the issue originally became visible, an Amazon staff part noticed that the specialized group has given an update to resolve the issue between the Appstore and Android 12. He says that you can download the update from Amazon’s site and that you should sign out and sign in to the Appstore in the wake of introducing the update. You’ll then, at that point, need to refresh any applications that you’ve downloaded by opening the Amazon Appstore, making a beeline for “My Apps,” and afterward hitting “Updates.”
However, 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. While a couple of different 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.
“We are contacting customers with steps to update their Appstore experience,” said Amazon spokesperson Troy Edwards in a statement. “We are sorry for any disruption this has caused.”