First few days with my hero I could download paid apps, and downloaded things like copilot.I have updated my hero now last week to the newest orange rom on the HTC site.I have just noticed now that only free apps are showing up in the market.
Since flashing to a 2.* rom and back a few times i am now back on fresh 1.1 and I am trying to do a few updates and download new apps but everything hangs. It just says either authorizing credit card for paid or starting download for free apps. I have even let it go over night and it never finished.
Ive installed apps to my hero from my pc, but they arnt showing up in the market as being "installed", so they can be updated, etc.is there a way around this, & where do the apps get installed (directory) on phone.1 last think, if i install apps on my sd card & dont want them, do i have to uninstall them, or can i just delete them off the sd card?my phone is rooted, does this effect the phones ability to update itself to 1.6, im running 1.5
I was wondering if anyone else had this issue. I had backed up my apps from astro and reinstalled them on my new replacement phone. But my installed apps from astro do not sync. So the free ones I gotten can easily be reinstalled through marketplace but the ones paid I have to rebuy them otherwise I won't be able to update them. Please let me know if this is a common problem or there is something I can do to fix it.
I just picked up my evo and when i go in the market place i cant see any paid apps. Theres only two tabs top free and just in. What can i do to get the top paid apps tab back. Already reset the phone and that didnt help
i just exchanged my evo and now on the new one i dont have the top paid app tab in the market. Everything worked perfect on the other one. What i was able to figure out so far is that when i create a new gmail account everything works fine. when i sign in with my old one i'm still not getting the top paid app tab. Definately something to do with my google account but i have no idea what it could be especially that it worked yesterday. Anyone have any ideas because i really dont want to change my email address
I have a Vodafone NZ 'Google Experience' HTC Magic.This phone was released in NZ back in late July, but as of yet we still have no access to paid apps in the Android Market.It would appear we are not alone, as posts to the market help forum reveal similar concerns for the likes of Switzerland, Australia, South Africa, Brazil, Israel, Czech Republic and mainland China.Now in and of itself I can accept a delay while all the nuts and bolts of international tax laws etc are worked out, but what is particulalrly galling here is the total lack of information on what is going on.Locally, vodafone are polite but basically seem as much in the dark as I am. This seems strange given that Vodafone group obviously have a worldwide agreement with Google to market the Magic as a 'Google Experience' product.Google simply don't respond personally on the forum and the only help comes from forum long timers who link to a page on the market site that is completely out of date - it has had the same typos for months!
As far as I can work out, availability of paid apps to customers seems to be somehow coupled to whether developers in your country can submit paid apps to the market at large. I'm sure there is a reason for this, but it seems pretty weird, given that Google Checkout works in NZ already.If Google are serious about taking on the iPhone store, then they really need to address this urgently, crippling their users by only allowing distribution of paid apps in half a dozen (mostly European) markets is crazy - especially given the enormous potential of markets like China, which doesn't have the iPhone.The other worrying aspect is the lack of professionalism in the handling of this by whoever is responsible for the Market project. If Google wants to play with the big boys then they need to start behaving like grown-ups and take some lessons in customer service.
this may have been covered before but have had a bit of a search but cant find the answer.I just want to know that if my GF also gets an android phone can any apps I buy also be installed on her phone like you can with certain fruit based phones? I know that is tied to your iTunes account but I set up her ipod my my account so can install any apps i purchase on hers too. But she will have to have to use her own gmail account for her phone so was wondering if anyone else is in the same boat.
I want to see paid apps in but can only see free apps in the market - not a mix, only free apps. Is anyone else having this problem?I searched the other topics, but most of them talked about how they can't see certain paid apps, but I can't see any.I am in Canada and bought my phone from UK (O2). I'm using wi-fi to access the market, which confuses me even more because the operator codes don't even come into play with this.
Is there a way to gift a paid app if you are the developer? I want to gift VIA the android market. I don't want to give apk's in the wild, and I might want to use Market Authorization on the gifted apk's (although I suppose if I can just handle market authorization I can send the secure apk, I just don't want to mail insecure ones out).
This just occurred to me today and it would be really nice. I've bought a few apps I no longer want/need and would be willing to sell them to someone else at a discount to recoup some of my loss.Any thoughts on this? I think it would need to be an update to the android market to have an option to 'transfer' to another user so updates for the app would show up in the market. You could keep the developers happy by giving them an option to make their apps eligible for this or not.I suppose this would only be feasible for apps that are also the type that are private and can't be backed up to the SD card with something like Astro File Manager.
I just got my Magic / MyTouch 3G a couple of days ago. I'm unsuccesfully trying to purchase some paid apps, but they aren't showing up in the search, or through linking via Cryket.I've tried looking for Copilot Live, Grocery King, and DoggCatcher.
Once the market opens for paid apps - will we developers be able to see email addresses of paying customers? Or, will there be some other way to identify legit purchases, so, if we receive support requests via email, will there be a way to tell whether the request comes from a paying customer?
I purchased Tasker android app on the android market 7th march. When i try to download that app i receive "Error Takser could not be downloaded due to and error. (403)". My bank confirm Google charged, but i can't download it. If i visit android market using web browser i can see i already purchased it. If i clear cache data on "Play store" app its not work?
this question is now obsolete, as Android Market includes much more countries and such services as PayPal Mobile Payments Library are available.I'd like to sell my Android application, but I live in Poland and in my country* Android Market supports only free apps (we cannot sell and we cannot buy too).What is the best way to sell application in such situation? I can accept PayPal money transfers, but I don't know how to distribute APK package without exposing it to getting pirated. Did someone tried it already and succeeded? you may be surprised, paid apps are supported only in 12 countries worldwide.
I just updated to Froyo(2.2).Now when I search for my apps in the marketplace they are not showing up.I had the minSDK set to 1.6(4) when I developed them.Why are the not showing with Froyo?This worries me somewhat,
Alright all of a sudden last night my installed apps have all disappeared under the downloads section of my android market. It only showed google maps. When I installed a new app it showed up right below google maps but still no sign of my missing apps.What's wrong? Is android market twitchy again? A reboot of the phone doesn't.
so looks like a problem with 2.2 is that some apps, maybe protected ones, arnt showing up in the market since update. am sure this happened when the desire came out and htc had to do an update to sort it out.does this mean we can expect to be getting an update soon or is it something they can sort out without an update.example of some that no longer show. tapatalk and close everything 2.
I'm running 2.1 v2 ... yes v3 is out now but I just BARELY got my phone all sorts of set up how I want it seems like v3 leaked right as I got done, Eff.Anyways, here's a quirky little issue. There are some apps that I cannot find in the market that use to be there in 1.5, whats with that?.. although there are some apps in the 2.1 market that are there that never were there in 1.5, like bluetooth file sharing app, Torque bluetooth vehicle engine diagnostics, etc.Looking for skype in the market, it's nowhere to be found from what I seen on the vzw moto - Droid commercial, it's suppose to be there. There's a few apps that I can't think of at the moment that I know are in the market but don't show up on the market of my phone since I updated it,is anyone else experiencing something like that?
Why is my Market not showing apps that my friends' Market is? We are both from the same country too. Example if you search "EasySMS", you should get about 6 hits. For me, when I search "EasySMS", I only get 2 hits.
I have a HTC Hero but I can't see even ONE paid application in the App Market. I bought this device from Dubai (someone got it from UK - unlocked version). I really want to have paid applications on my HTC Hero, but so far no luck
Can anyone help me with that? I tried searching the forums for such issues, but didn't found any proper solution/fix to that.
Is there anyone that knows how to contact the m:" " dev to generate a certificate (or whatever is needed for the droid eris on 2.1) non of the m: apps are showing up in the market and I really miss playing vampires and racing.I even have tried using appbrain to sync the app but since it works off the market it just disappears when it shows up for the install. Any thoughts here on how to get these apps working on a 2.1 Eris?
I backedup all my apps and I just realised that I can re-install them again, so technically I could of purchased an app and backed it up and then refunded it and then installed it from the SD card. Some apps I have backedup but they won't install, is this down to the developers choosing to protect their apps or not.