Can't see paid apps on marketSupport


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  1. therompalace

    therompalace Member This Topic's Starter

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    I want to see paid apps in but can only see free apps in the market - not a mix, only free apps. Is anyone else having this problem?

    I searched the other topics, but most of them talked about how they can't see certain paid apps, but I can't see any.

    I am in Canada and bought my phone from UK (O2). I'm using wi-fi to access the market, which confuses me even more because the operator codes don't even come into play with this.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
     

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  2. Rastaman-FB

    Rastaman-FB Well-Known Member

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    what firmware and csc are you on
     
  3. therompalace

    therompalace Member This Topic's Starter

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    CSC: I7500O2UIK5
    Firmware: I7500XXIK4
     
  4. gelu88

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    i'm have the exactly same problem.

    i'm in canada, and i got an unlocked white anycall galaxy.

    its rooted and has galaxeo installed, so it has II5


    i also access the market via wifi, no data.

    How do i find my CSC?
     
  5. screaminbug

    screaminbug Well-Known Member

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    Operator codes come into play no matter how you connect to the Internet or where you buy your phone. This codes are read from the SIM card. This app will help you circumvent that and enable you see and purchase paid apps.

    EDIT: phone must be rooted for it to work
     
  6. therompalace

    therompalace Member This Topic's Starter

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    is that the only option? Will rooting delete all data?

    I'm on Rogers btw, not Bell.
     
  7. screaminbug

    screaminbug Well-Known Member

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    AFAIK rooting is the only option. If you follow this guide carefully your data should stay intact.

    But please, don't just assume your data will be kept and just go on with it. The best practice is to assume it won't. So do a data backup before. And don't skip full nandroid backup step in the guide. (don't skip any of the steps for that matter :) )

    Even though the routing guide was written carefully and with best intentions, be aware that procedures like this are never totally risk free, and that you could lose your data or in the worst case scenario even end up with a brick if you're not careful.
     
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