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lg marquee android market problems..

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  1. nuggzy

    nuggzy New Member

    i have issues trying to download apps to my lg marquee ....from the market ,after doing a factory reset to my phone trying to fix some bugs on my phone i rebooted to find i could not download half the apps from the market that i had used on my phone the day before it says phone not combatible ...and can only download some of the low end apps .can't even put pandora back on my phone ..what gives ..phone works great besides that, plus i am rooted don't know if that had anything to do with it .any body got any ideas..tried logging out of google,clearing caches,nothing works:confused:

  2. Rush

    Rush {<>}~{<>}

    If it work before the reset (even being rooted), then stop working after - there might be a different problem other than the rooting. I move your thread over to the LG Marquee (ATR) support forum hopefully to some help from other users of the same device.
  3. Bionic Chronic

    Bionic Chronic Well-Known Member

    Have you tried going to settings>applications>manage applications: select all at the top. Then search for download manager open and clear data then force stop also do the same for google framework services and google play store. When you open google play store it should act as if it is the first time you have and test that...
  4. munguse

    munguse Well-Known Member

    Anyone getting Server Error when opening Play Store. I have v3.5.19

    Edit: nvm, it fixed on its own:rolleyes:
  5. sol0matrix

    sol0matrix Member

    server issue has nothing to do with root other phones was also affected so i am thinking that google play was having some issue of its own its fine now
  6. k28king1

    k28king1 Well-Known Member

    It was a known issue that Google even posted on their blog. They fixed the issue and released a newer version of the market. These issues may persist after a new rom flash until the play store auto updates itself.
  7. wetbiker7

    wetbiker7 Well-Known Member Contributor

    Google Play is having quite a few issues these days. A trip to their site will usually help out with a quick fix to most of the problems people are having today. That fix usually involves wiping data and cache.

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