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Old December 17th, 2011, 04:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When I try to download or update an app in the market I get this error.

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"app name" could not be downloaded due to an error. (-101)


I tried going into manage applications and clearing data/cache in market and even uninstalled updates and still nothing.

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From what I can tell it is for exceeding an unspecified limit on bandwidth set by Google. It looks like it is a 24 hour block on downloads for your account. Have you been downloading a lot of apps over the past day or so?
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From what I can tell it is for exceeding an unspecified limit on bandwidth set by Google. It looks like it is a 24 hour block on downloads for your account. Have you been downloading a lot of apps over the past day or so?

When I got the nexus i restored my apps using TiBu, from my droid x and most did need updating so i went into the market and clicked update all but it always force closed when i did that. But maybe on their end it showed i downloaded a lot. If that's the case that what you said then should be ok then, i was figuring something more serious was wrong lol. Thank you.
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Yeah everything i could fine looks like it is a google issue. The market doesnt have very good documentation as to what errors mean what
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o ok well thanks man.
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Ive had the error for a few days now having hapilly run my Nexus on ics for a week or so. Any ideas on how to check downloads or clear cache instructions?
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I'm having the same exact issue, and it's been a few days now. Didn't download an extraneous amount of apps before this happened.... barely any, actually...so..
I'm hoping flashing a new custom rom will relieve this problem.
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Ive had the error for a few days now having hapilly run my Nexus on ics for a week or so. Any ideas on how to check downloads or clear cache instructions?
go to manage apps in the settings menu and find and click on the market there u can clear cache and data.



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I'm having the same exact issue, and it's been a few days now. Didn't download an extraneous amount of apps before this happened.... barely any, actually...so..
I'm hoping flashing a new custom rom will relieve this problem.
what i did was eventually download apps using the online market on my pc then within a few hours the market on the phone began work as normal.
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what i did was eventually download apps using the online market on my pc then within a few hours the market on the phone began work as normal.
I'm having the same issue as you did but on a Dell Streak 5, and the device isn't even showing up in my account in the web Market (just one of my other devices). I don't think it's related to a download limit like the other reply says, because I haven't downloaded very much at all recently. Very weird.
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[QUOTE=ericks17;3689933]go to manage apps in the settings menu and find and click on the market there u can clear cache and data.

Tried this and it didn't work. Still getting same error.

nvm...I just downloaded titanium backup via chrome and then installed backup from there.
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Same here!! Cleared cache but still getting error on Nexus
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Any luck resolving this? I just started getting this error a few days ago and have tried everything out there with no success. It's a stock Galaxy Nexus (GSM) on AT&T. I've tried;
  1. Pull battery
  2. Clear cache and data on the Market app
  3. Clear cache and data for other Google apps
  4. Wait 24 hours (been 4 days now)
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From what I can tell it is for exceeding an unspecified limit on bandwidth set by Google. It looks like it is a 24 hour block on downloads for your account. Have you been downloading a lot of apps over the past day or so?

how could google do that and block you.. thats really lame
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Any luck resolving this? I just started getting this error a few days ago and have tried everything out there with no success. It's a stock Galaxy Nexus (GSM) on AT&T. I've tried;
  1. Pull battery
  2. Clear cache and data on the Market app
  3. Clear cache and data for other Google apps
  4. Wait 24 hours (been 4 days now)
Well the download limit idea seems to be busted. Do you have any other Android device you can test on to see if it allows you to download on it's market?

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I have the same issue.

In addition, when I access the market on my PC, I get this:
You don't have any devices.
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I have the same issue.

In addition, when I access the market on my PC, I get this:
You don't have any devices.
Clear data from the market and have it try to reconnect with your gmail account to see if it causes your phone to show on the PC
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I have the same issue.

In addition, when I access the market on my PC, I get this:
You don't have any devices.
I had the same issue.

I'm new to Android and got a Nexus for xmas. When I first setup the phone I added a google account as <username>@gmail.com. This worked for a while until recently when I started to get the same error as posted in this thread.

When I tried to install an App through the market website on my pc it also said that i didn't have any devices, but the account name was <username>@googlemail.com.

So i added a new google account on my phone as <username>@googlemail.com. Then I was able to download from the market again.

Hope this helps anyone
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gmail/googlemail did the trick, thanks!

Weird that it worked at first and now doesnt.
They should fix that ASAP
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gmail/googlemail did the trick, thanks!

Weird that it worked at first and now doesnt.
They should fix that ASAP
Have you contacted Google about this?
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I had the same issue as what Ericks17 reported at the beginning of this thread. Here's what fixed it for me.

I tried clearing the cache in recovery, and tried clearing the cache on several applications, nothing seemed to work. Then, From the Android Home Screen, I clicked on Menu, then System Settings. Next I went to Accounts & Sync. I Selected the gmail account that I had originally setup, and hit menu, and "Remove Account".

Once it was removed I went back and Re-Opened the Market. I was prompted to sign-in. I entered the same account details. When it authenticated to the market this time, I was then then be able to download the applications you were receiving errors for earlier.

I think the problem was (at least for me, possibly you too) that I didn't sign in right away because I have a horrible data signal in this building where I am working. So I need to hop on the guest wireless which requires that you hit a web browser to accept terms and conditions. I think manually create an e-mail account using my gmail credentials. When I opened the market, it asked me what account I'd like to use, I entered the same info, but it said that that gmail account already exists on my device. I believe that if I would have just been somewhere else when updated to this ICS Rom and had a data plan, and would have signed in from the beginning screen (authenticating to google's servers, and market) that my gmail account and market would have worked without issue. I may try it later just to see.

YMMV, hope this helps someone!

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Hi!
I have had the exact same problem the last couple of days. I hardly download any apps, its just stopped working one day. I have just set up a new google account and low and behold I can download apps again!

Hope this helps.
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How is the signal in the area you're in? I was on EDGE and WiFi trying to, by default it tries to download off 3G, turn it in Airplane mode, then go back into wireless settings and turn on WiFi again and it will work just fine. It's a bug where it doesn't try to download off WiFi, turn it on Update on WiFi only will help as well.
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Ok, is it possible that there is a limit to how many devices you can add your main google account to? I ask because I have 2 phones and 2 tablets. I got the same error today when I flashed a new Rom to my old Hero and fiddled around with it and tried to install some apps that were linked to my google account. Then suddenly the error also popped up on my other phone, and then on my tablet... So I factory reset my hero to get rid of the "presumably - one too many" google account, since I don't really use it anyway
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Google is aware of this problem and is working on a fix.

I don't think it's got anything to do with how many devices people have.
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sign out of of your synced google account and just sign back in all will be working fine again
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It's a fairly easy workaround, but we shouldn't have to do so.
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i had the same problem i just Clear Data and Clear cache
and that didnt woke so i just got pissed and well i clicked uninstall updates and
then it worked just fine and i downloaded the apps i wanted.
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********.net haha good alternative if you cant get your market working
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I had the same error problem its googles problem so i just made a new google account on my computer and added it to my phone and i could download apps again
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Thanks for the suggestion.

All the suggestions here are just workarounds. I shouldn't have to create a new Google account just to download apps. This has never happened with my HTC Desire or Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, which are both linked to the same Google account as my Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

Has anybody else who's experienced this problem contacted Google about it?
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has anyone fixed this? i just started getting it this morning - was notified that i had updates available, but can't do anything with them. i've tried clearing cache/data, and removing the account and re-adding it...also tried doing it from the website. still nothing. i can update apps just fine on my tablet, so it's not my account...

i did make some smali edits to framework.jar and framework-res.apk last night, but there don't appear to be any other errors (and i didn't edit anything relating to the market)...it was for the advanced power menu on the galaxy nexus.

edit: for anyone still having this problem, i found this which seems to have fixed it for me...

http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=23408

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Had the same issues with a new Nexus. Would not download apps from either wifi or 3G. I cleared both the data and the cache on the download manager. Do this from settings and then sekect apps. Select ALL from the right hand dide of the screen and scroll down to the download manager. Turn off the phone completely after that and power on again. App downloads now wirk cortectly. Good luck
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i was able to delete my account from my phone and re add it and it worked fine afterwards.
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There are several solutions that have been suggested, including:
* Turning your phone on and off.
* Deleting the data from the Marketplace app.
* Uninstalling the updates to the Marketplace app.
* Logging in and out of Google Talk a few times to confirm the phone is linked to the account corrently.
* Trying a different connection (3G instead of wi-fi for example).

In my experience, the only thing that actually works is waiting. I think that when people have found one of these suggestions to work, it's actually coincidence and they could have just waited.
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goto settings - manage apps - market - clear data and cache - wait for 1 hour - restart your android .
and if that doesn't work, try the other three options I listed above.
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I recently had an issue with my payment options. I kept Bering error messages. All the while I thought it was a Google issue, it turned out to actually be an issue with my credit union. It turns out that Google is listed as a high risk vendor and my credit union won't deal with them.
It is now a complete pain in my ass to but an app but it's worth it not to be hacked
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