Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by B18c Mini, Oct 24, 2010.
Tried clearing cache of market place?
i tried every different kind of fix (clear various caches and data, restart, unmount sd card etc) and none of them worked. yesterday after i'd given up it randomly resolved itself. weird
I tried most things and problem still existed.... went to the internet app, logged out of google and logged back in, market has worked since!!!
This is seriously doing my head in, I want to download apps but can't...
Tried signing in and out of talk.. no luck
Tried signing in and out of Google UK Homepage... no luck
Tried clearing Cache/Force Stop etc.. no luck
Tried turning phone on and off.... no luck
Check out HTC - Support There is new firmware (1.32.405.3) out today, it doesn't say anything about the market problems, but it might help.
That's been out for a good few days now. I installed it nearly a week ago and I still had the market issue recently.
Worth a try hey!
It's still not working for me, I am getting really fed up of this now. Is everyone else still having the same issues. I may have to try a hard reset
Markets been working for me now since I first got the phone. I havn't updated the phone.
Worked for me after a hard reset
not working for me how do u do a hard reset?
Tried the Google talk thing. Tried clearing cache. Turned phone off and on dozens of times. But still can't download or update from marketplace. Getting seriously irritated.
started working a couple of hours ago after all that
It's working perfectly just now. Hopefully it'll stay this way
Same same, Im on a Magic but I guess this is not a phone specific issue.
Hard reset - that is restore factory settings, right? So lose all the aps I already have and the data stored on them? Not tempting.
The irony of all this is the thing I wanted to download when i first noticed I had a problem was MyBackup Pro.
I could actually picture myself abandoning Android over this. I am due an upgrade before the end of the year and was going to go for an DHD or a Desire but given how widespread a problem this is I will have to consider my options. No point in upgrading to another phone that is going to give me all this same aggravation all over again - and be locked into a contract for several years.
Android is more than just Desire, DHD and HTC. There are other handsets that may be for you, running Android.
Take a serious look at the Galaxy S.
But its an android issue, no? Can't blame htc. Anyway, resolved. Uninstalled latest updates of market app. Job done.