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A click on "Install App" does nothing. No error message, no download. I am trying to download an app appropriate for my installed OS.

I've rebooted and signed out/in at the app store. No change.

I'm editing because this appears to be the same issue. I signed out and into the app store, and am trying to update existing software.

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This is the resulting error message. It references "other account" but this is the account I use, exact same ID I just signed in with.

  • Out of curiosity, what app were you attempting to download? I ran into this yesterday when trying to download Yosemite from a Mac running 10.6.8. – Mr Rabbit Dec 13 '14 at 0:53
  • itunes.apple.com/us/app/numi/… - numi a free (today) calculator app. But then I tried other downloads, none would work. Nor would an update to an app I already own. – JoeTaxpayer Dec 13 '14 at 1:52
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Try resetting the Mac App Store.

  1. Enable the debug menu and restart the Mac App Store.

    defaults write com.apple.appstore ShowDebugMenu -bool true
    
  2. Choose the Reset Application option and restart the Mac App Store.

    App Store Debug Menu

  • Thanks. I went through the steps above, and no change. Now trying to figure out if I can reload just the Store or I need to reinstall full OS to fix this. – JoeTaxpayer Dec 13 '14 at 13:46
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After struggling with the error message of "updates for other accounts", I found a solution to all of it.

The apple forums offered the solution through the debug option.

Type defaults write com.apple.appstore ShowDebugMenu -bool true into terminal and a combination of Cache Buster, Clear Cookies and Reset App did the trick.

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After that, the apps were able to update. FWIW, I tried download a new app, but wasn't quickly able to find a Snow Leo app. 10 tries, and all wanted a newer OS.

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Maybe deleting Mac App Store cache can help you. Open Terminal and type:

open $TMPDIR../C/

This should open Finder. Delete the com.apple.appstore folder and relaunch Mac App Store see if it works.

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Sometimes, you just need to sign out and sign in again to the Appstore. Worked for me.

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