amazon mp3 in market

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  1. searayman

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    i am running sholes rom and don't have the amazon mp3 store and cant find it in the marketplace
     
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    wont be in the market. im not 100% sure but i think when installing sholes rom you have the option to install or remove the amazon app. im not sure if they actually remove it or just rename the apk. it worth to take a look at your app directory
     
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    How do I get the AMAZON app back on? I already downloaded the .zip from the site above but can't figure out how to put it back on my beast.
     
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    If you're using Sholes, during the initial screens after reboot with the text in blue, use your volume slider to move down to Amazon MP3 and hit the camera button to clear the * between the ( ) so that Amazon MP3 is installed. This will be the last of three pages, the one that asks you what apps you want "removed" (they're actually replaced by 20kb stubs.)
     
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    Unzip it so it's just an .apk file, put it on your SD card, and download ASTRO File manager.

    Navigate to the file, and select to install.