Google Play Store Bug


  1. 1saint10

    1saint10 Well-Known Member

    I'm currently using an ics rom on my lg optimus v and whenever i try to download an app from the play store and when it finishes downloading it says "Invalid Package File" . Can someone tell me how to fix this.

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  2. sellersj27

    sellersj27 Well-Known Member

    Have you tried clearing the data and cache?
  3. 1saint10

    1saint10 Well-Known Member

    Yes but it didnt work
  4. sellersj27

    sellersj27 Well-Known Member

    Oddly enough, I had the same bug this morning. Go into settings/accounts and sync and unsync your google account. Just uncheck all of the boxes. Go to your home screen and go right back in to accounts and resync. Reboot your phone and see if that works. If not, go into settings/apps and select all. Find Google services framework and clear data. Reboot, and you should be good.
  5. 1saint10

    1saint10 Well-Known Member

    I switched back to my stock rom last night beacuse the phone kept rebooting every 30 secs during a call but if u can tell me how to fix that i might switch back.
  6. sellersj27

    sellersj27 Well-Known Member

    What ics rom were you using?
    Did it only reboot during calls?
    What were your overclock settings?
    Do you have an ext partition formatted on your SD?
  7. 1saint10

    1saint10 Well-Known Member

    I was using the quattrimus ics rom and i didnt check my overlclocking settings and no i dont
  8. sellersj27

    sellersj27 Well-Known Member


    Your SD card would be a good place to start. If you still use the 2 GB card that came with your phone, be warned!!! I used my factory card and when it crashed I lost everything! Lesson learned. I would not use anything less than a 4 GB class 4 card for ICS with at least a 1 GB ext partition. ICS is much larger than our little ol V's were meant to handle. Scripts in the ROM automatically link apps and dalvik to your ext partition. A good 4 GB card will only run you about 12 bucks. What recovery are you using? Most (not all!!) will allow you to partition an ext directory right from recovery and it is painless. If you didn't check your OC settings, I assume they were at the default settings. I had a multitude of problems with my old 2 GB SD that all disappeared with the new one....things that you wouldn't think had anything to do with your card!
  9. 1saint10

    1saint10 Well-Known Member

    Well I'm getting the htc evo v tomorrow so i might consider buying a new sd card for it but i probably wont be using the phone as much.

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