Handcent SMS and Quick Settings missing from the Market?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by TheBiles, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. TheBiles

    TheBiles Well-Known Member
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    Can anyone verify this? Myself and several other EVO owners have reported that they aren't showing up on both rooted and non-rooted phones. I downloaded both of them last week when I got my EVO, but I had to factory reset for root, and now I can't find them. Could someone test it out?
     

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  2. landwomble

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    I'm missing handcent, quick settings and probably some others...got QS off rapidshare but can't get a recent apk of handcent. Would appreciate a copy if anyone has it...
     
  3. mountaineerndixie

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    Strange...I see them both right now.
     
  4. slhenderson87

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    I too am missing from the market. Other people are missing it too from other forums. I saw a post that lead you to a website to download it free while he was checking why it wasn't on the market anymore. But when I went to the website, I got red flags about its security certificate. I chickened out from downloading. The website is Quick Settings | SlideME. I factory reset and now must wait until it is back on the market. This stinks. If you download without virus problems, plaese update this thread.
     
  5. gbuff19

    gbuff19 New Member
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    I had it fine on my Samsung Moment. Just got my EVO today and its not on the market at all. The font packs are though.
     
  6. MisterMixelpix

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    Seems to be missing on HTC apps. Specifically, any apps that replace stock HTC apps.
     
  7. ttamnedlog

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    That's not true. Qik is also missing, and HTC has no app designed for that functionality at all. It's just a market issue.
     
  8. MisterMixelpix

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    The market issue is targeting a weird set of apps then. ADW, LauncherPro, Handcent, and seems like they're only missing on HTC phones.
     
  9. blackvyper

    blackvyper Well-Known Member
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    I've got Handcent.. it's just been updated again to 3.0.4... if you need it i've got it!
     
  10. SubaruWRX2003

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    How do I get 3.0.4 on my phone, downloaded it to my PC, clicked and opened the Install Wizard, then it says connect your phone, I do via USB (HTC Desire) and nothing......NEXT button isn't highlighted as it don't see the phone.
     
  11. JDwan

    JDwan Well-Known Member
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    I have a Xperia X10 and I wasn't able to find Handcent SMS in the Market last night. Haven't tried yet today but it was definitely missing last night. The Handcent forum has a post on it marked June 8, 2010 that says that it should be back on the Market now.

    EDIT: Rechecked today and it was there. Same with a bunch of other apps that were missing.
     
  12. tsandroid

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    SlideMe is perfectly safe. It's an alternative market that a lot of developers who can't sell apps through the android market (because google checkout doesn't work in their country) use to sell them.
     
  13. tsandroid

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    Adw & launcherpro both show up in my market, but not handcent. I'm using an LG vortex, so it's not just HTC phones.
     

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