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Support No Market after the 2.2 froyo OTA upgrade?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by zeeroid, Aug 21, 2010.

  1. zeeroid

    zeeroid New Member
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    I am unabling to access the Market widget. everytime i try to open Market it opens for a sec and forcloses? what was the point of the update if i can install any apps? Please help!!:thinking:
     

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  2. LexusBrian400

    LexusBrian400 Well-Known Member
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    here, I posted a fix on this page.

    http://androidforums.com/all-things-root-droid-x/154976-2-2-market-issues-use-mod.html


    This is a fix for Droid X. You failed to mention which phone you are on.

    If you know how, you can manually edit the build.prop fingerprint with the one from my post.
     
  3. zeeroid

    zeeroid New Member
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    Moto droid
     
  4. sswingle

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    Is it really that big of a mystery since he posted in the Moto Droid forum?
     
  5. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian
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    You can also go get the Master update for FroYo from Peter Alfonso and apply it through recovery, and that may help as well.

    The smaller FroYo update that most folks on 2.1 got is an update that patched all the 2.1 system files to 2.2 version files - but a lot of people have had trouble with that particular patching, and a large number of them were with market issues.

    The 'Master" does it easier - it just erases (wipes) your \System 'partition' and then copies pre-patched (compiled) version 2.2 files onto your phone. The same way that most alternate ROMs work.
     

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