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After asking this question I found a solution.

However after applying the commands which effectively removed snap-store I then get a message indicating an application update to core 16 the snapd runtime environment.

On selecting Update All a message appears Unable to Install Updates: snap has no updates available.

snap install snap-store has made no effect.

What must I do to correct this problem, clear the Update flag and ensure that any installed snaps are automatically updated?

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  • Probably it has been upgraded in the background already. Try snap refresh core, it should give the same result. – mook765 Mar 4 at 15:59
  • @mook765 yes it returns "core" has no available updates but how to remove the message flag from Software? – 24601 Mar 4 at 16:14
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    Restart gnome software by using killall gnome-software may solve problem if it's a problem in gnome software or snap store. – yang mandi Mar 4 at 18:33
  • @yangmandi Yes! that worked. Thank you. Post as an answer and I'll accept it. – 24601 Mar 4 at 18:40
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    @24601, Thx for the comment – yang mandi Mar 4 at 18:51
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Restart gnome software by using killall gnome-software or sudo killall gnome-software command solve the problem if it's a problem in gnome software or snap store.

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    there was no need for sudo – 24601 Mar 4 at 18:56

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