Android :: PackageManage - Couldn't Copy Package File To Temp File

Jan 12, 2010

We are suddenly unable to install our app on G1 developer phones with 1.6. Works perfectly on emulator. When installing the app we get:

Installation error: INSTALL_FAILED_INSUFFICIENT_STORAGE Please check logcat output for more details. Launch canceled!

And logcat:

PackageManage: Couldn't copy package file to temp file.

What does this mean? We checked that there is actually room enough on the phone.. We tried reverting the code to a revision that worked previously, but are getting the same error.

Android :: PackageManage - Couldn't copy package file to temp file


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