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Nexus 2.2 Apps missing in market?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by HSoulette, May 23, 2010.

  1. HSoulette

    HSoulette Lurker
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    I just got my update for my Nexus today. Unfortunately I made the grave mistake of leaving my Helix 2 app as my main launcher, so I was stuck in an endless loop of force closing. After restoring my phone to factory defaults I was able to set up my gmail account as I did when I first set up the phone.

    Now that I'm going into the market, I'm noticing a LOT of apps that I had before (most of them paid) are not even listed in the app store. I'm also noticing that the Helix apps are not listed either. It would appear that non 2.2 compatible apps are not being listed? I have no idea, but whatever it is, I hope I get my touchdown full version app back soon, otherwise I'll be in a rough spot with work. (not a huge fan of the regular mail).

    Example, I did a search for the developer "Camel Games" I recently purchased one of these games, however, when I do a search now, I ONLY see all the free version, and no paid versions. :thinking:

    If anyone has any insight on this it would be greatly appreciated. Also, if anyone is not seeing the same thing as me, that would be helpful too. If I need to reset my phone again or something, let me know! I miss my apps :(

    I have a nexus one - Not Rooted

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  2. Skeniver

    Skeniver Lurker


    Sorry, I can't offer any help. But I am also having this problem. I can't see two of my three apps. One is paid and one is free... Would love some help on this one!

    I updated my Nexus One manually. UK.

    Cheers Neil
  3. Schwin97

    Schwin97 Well-Known Member

    There is a fix over in the xda forums for this. It looks like Google didn't turn on all the apps for those people who acquired the 'limited release' of Froyo. In order to get the fix working, you must have rooted your phone, and then it is as easy as replacing a file on the phone...
  4. jwmacdon1231

    jwmacdon1231 Android Expert

    Unfortunately the only way to fix the issue is to either root your N1 or just wait for the official OTA update.
  5. furiannn

    furiannn Lurker

    Yeah I am having the same problem, sucks that we gotta wait for the OTA. Sleepy Time is one of those apps :(

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The Nexus One release date was January 2010. Features and Specs include a 1400mAh battery, 3.7" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, and Snapdragon S1 processor.

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