A little more info: I was using ICS on my Note. All was well, I updated to 1.4.2 JB last night. All went well with the update. I had more time to play with it this afternoon, and noticed that I can only download apps on Google Play with wifi. When I select an app to download and install, it says "Downloading..." like normal, but the progress bar never goes to the percentage phase and starts downloading. It will just say "Downloading..." for hours (or however long I care to wait), but never actually start. I can donload things fine off the Internet, even apk files with no issues. Also I can browse Google Play, just not DL from it. I checked to make sure it was not a default setting. I'm obviously new to Jelly Bean, but the only setting I saw that seemed relevant was "Update over wi-fi only" in Google Play's settings, which is disabled. I googled it, and the only solutions I found were to delete some app cache/history, and restart, neither of which worked. Also it was suggested to check my Access Point Names (APN). I verified the APN, and also brought it to my carrier to check out. She tinkered with it for the better part of an hour, made some phone calls, then told me it was like that carrier-side because I use prepaid 3G. I tried to explain (I'm an American in Taiwan, and my Chinese is less than stellar) to her that it worked perfectly yesterday, and for the 6 months prior to that, but she wouldn't give me a better answer. Now I am trying to figure it out on my own. My phone is a Galaxy Note GT-N7000, and my carrier is FarEasTone. Thanks in advance.