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iSyncr Market Issue?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by thirtyfour41, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. thirtyfour41

    thirtyfour41 Well-Known Member
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    Hey guys

    I just purchased the iSyncr app for PC a few minutes ago, and it's been stuck at "Authorizing Purchase" for about 10 minutes. Rebooted the phone, tried using 3G instead of wifi, still hasn't downloaded.

    Anyone else have this kind of problem with this app? I've been able to download and install other apps while this one was still authorizing.

    EDIT: So iSyncr was not the app I wanted, it was TuneSync. So I canceled my order for iSyncr and purchased TuneSync... and it's STILL sitting at authorizing purchase. Is there just a problem with purchasing apps today? I purchased Weatherbug earlier without any problem. The market doesn't want me to sync my music with my phone! Bastards.
     

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  2. fiskadoro

    fiskadoro Well-Known Member
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    Hmm... sounds more like an issue with the Market itself or the authentication than the app itself. This has happened to me in the past before and it usually corrects itself and lets you download if you give it some time. Hope it works out for you.

    I use iSyncr (Mac version) and haven't had issues with it. It's one of the more reliable ways of getting your music from iTunes to Android and does a great job with album artwork too! Just be wary of DRM-protected stuff though -- that won't transfer.
     
  3. thirtyfour41

    thirtyfour41 Well-Known Member
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    I used TuneSync before and ended up deleting it, but now I've decided that I want to use my phone for music instead of having to carry around my iPod. I like the fact that TuneSync will do it wirelessly. iSyncr, I believe, you have to plug into the PC. Although it's probably faster, I prefer the music to sync when I walk into range of my network.

    Anyway as far as the market, I guess I'll just let it sit and see how long it takes to download. At least I've got the 24 hour refund policy (which I still think should be at least 3 days so you can actually test the app out). It's just weird since everything else is downloading fine... as long as I'm not purchasing it.
     

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