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Old October 27th, 2011, 01:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, please help !!

After I root my wildfire and install the CyanogenMod 7.1.0.1. I have the problem downloading app from android market.

When I try to download app (any apps) from android market, an error message "Error while downloading (app name). There is insufficient space on the device." displayed.

I check the Internal storage at my phone, it show that I have 123MB available space and total space is 175MB.

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Hi, please help !!

After I root my wildfire and install the CyanogenMod 7.1.0.1. I have the problem downloading app from android market.

When I try to download app (any apps) from android market, an error message "Error while downloading (app name). There is insufficient space on the device." displayed.

I check the Internal storage at my phone, it show that I have 123MB available space and total space is 175MB.
Hmm maybe you might need to re-flash your ROM, but save your backup for files and stuff via copy and paste to your computer or use MyBackup or other backup apps
Dont do a nandroid backup because there isnt a point

I'm running the same ROM as you as i havent had any problems so far
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Hi All,

I also have the same problem, unable to download a 32MB app from market due to " error while downloading.. there is insufficient space on the device" which it is not true I have morethen enough storage. I even send in my phone for re-service LOL...

Solution to the above problem:

Uninstall the new update for android market, and use the old version android market.
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After days and days of trying various solutions that all failed, I finally found something that works! An app called MarketFix!
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Brilliant..... such a simple fix, I was getting so angry.

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rom manager > fix permissions.
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After days and days of trying various solutions that all failed, I finally found something that works! An app called MarketFix!
I Downloaded this and it said I need ROOT access, does this mean I have to factory reset it or something?
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I tried downloading market fix, but, it's telling me I don't have enough space to download IT.
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