DavidinCT wrote:Check in your app history, if it was paid for, it will be in your history. See if you can manually install it.
Apps that have been pulled from the store can normally be installed this way. Just because they are not available to the public but, if you own the app, you should be able to still download it.
That used to work, but I had to clean install Windows 10 the other day and the My Media Center app isn't in the list of purchased apps any longer. It also does not appear in the separate list of "not compatible" apps.
Links to the app have also been removed.
While I have heard several reasons why the app is no longer available in the store, I think the most likely reason is unrelated to "Ceton." Microsoft has been clearing out ALL Windows Store apps that conform to their updated age ratings. It was also a couple of years ago that My Media Center was removed from the Windows Store because it didn't adhere to updated API for search, etc. After (many?) complaints, MS brought the app back -- even without the required update.
I don't know how I will do it, but I will certainly make a complaint to MS somewhere/somehow... I really love and NEED the ability to control my Media Center PC remotely or while traveling from my phone.
It double hurts since the app can still be purchased from the Apple Store and Google Play! :'(