I'm having the same problem right now. It's completely drained my battery...any ideas on how to stop it remotely?
It's been plugged in for 6 hours now. The battery has never been an issue before the apps started updating. I can't get to the list to stop them and the darn thing won't stop updating. My fault for allowing auto updating. I'm at the point were I'm might have to take it Verizon, would hate to though.Can you plug it in long enough to get any sort of charge? If not, maybe your battery is hosed?
Are you able to go into "manage applications" and "force stop" the market then clear data?
I've done that but it's still trying update the same apps. I'm currently just uninstalling all of them.
Yep, I've tried FCing everything and it still trying to update, as well as update things I've uninstalled. I'm stumped at this point...Wait a minute. You FC'd the Market and it continued to update despite the FC?
I hate to ask, but how would i go about doing that.I rarely suggest this but you could try clearing data on Google Services Framework. I've done it before without major circumstance, might have to re-enter your Google credentials again. Might be worth a shot before a factory reset which seems to be where you may be headed anyway.
I made the boneheaded mistake of hitting "update all" on my notification, and my phone's been updating for darn near 12 hours now. How can I stop this?
I even took the battery out, but I when I put it back in, it just picks up where it left off.