Hi all. I currently have a rather unique and frustrating situation with my Logitech Revue. First a bit of background information. As many of you might already know - my Revue has a corrupt firmware issue and is stuck on the 3.1 OS update. Thus I have been using the web version of the Google Play Store to download and update apps (because the new GTV Play Store app requires the 3.2 update or it won't work). Recently when on the Google Play Store web site with my Revue all of my apps (both installed and previously installed) are showing up as incompatible with my Revue. Thus I'm not able to update or download apps. (My apps also stopped automatically updating). When I click to update an app it says "obtaining permissions" and the circle just spins around continuously. Also when trying to update or install an app it says "incompatible" with my Revue. It says to try downloading on a different device. I click to show my devices and see Logitech Revue listed. Then I move the cursor over Logitech Revue I get the following pop-up message: "You Have Not Opened The Google Play Store App Recently On This Device. Please Open It And Try Again." Well unfortunately this is a Catch-22 situation because I cannot open the Google Play Store app on my Revue (because it's stuck on the 3.1 update). I've tried signing-in & out of my Google account numerous times, rebooting and factory resets but nothing fixes this recent problem with Google Play Store. I'm not 100% certain but IMO this seems to be a new "security-feature" that Google has recently implemented. (That being if you don't use the Google Play Store app for a long time they block web access of the Play Store). If so Google should know better than this - because it was made publicly known that some Revue users are unable to update (to newer OS) because of firmware issues (see link below) Some Logitech Revue Google TV boxes shipped with 'corrupted firmware' | The Verge Other possibilities 'might' be a syncing issue on Google's end or my Revue hardware is failing? Any suggestions?