I had the problem with the Android market being stuck in "Downloading" or coming back as "Download unsuccessful". I had bought two Haipads, one worked the other didn't. I tried all the cache cleaning and reseting to factory defaults. I would set to factory defaults, it would download apps once and then stop. I was about to give up and flash Android 2.1 into it when I happened on the link explaining how to update the device identifier. This worked for my Haipad MID701 (telechips tcc8902). It is a problem with Chinese tablets in general, not giving unique identifiers to the devices. This prevents the Market from working. Here is the link. I also included the link on how to make the Google USB driver work with the HaiPad. The whole process worked better from my XP virtual machine, as opposed to Windows 7 itself. Fix Market For Slates - Wiki Google USB driver Hack: USB Driver for Haipad 701-R - haipad M701-R - MID/Tablet PC - Pandawill Forum Powered by our member! - Powered by Discuz!