Samsung Galaxy S :: Android Market - No Matching Content In Android Market
Nov 18, 2010
I've just noticed that the Android Market shows a blank page with the message 'No matching content in Android Market'. Yet when I go to specific sections of the Market or do a search, one is able to download and install applications and games just fine. I've only just noticed this happening in the last few days. I'm using an unlocked UK version Galaxy S but my location is Inner Mongolia, China. Would this have anything to do with Android Market not showing content on the front page? The S itself is loaded with Froyo, as downloaded from the XDA forums.
Does someone know what could be the reason why my application is not visible in the Android Market on the Samsung Galaxy sold by Bouygues Telecom in France? The app is copy-protected and compatible SDK 1.5.
Does the android market support distribution of content packages? Is there any way a dependency structure can be created so that to obtain a content package for the app depends on the app to be installed as well?
My provider only permits me to connect to the internet via the web-browser. Only the web-browser works. I want to use the Android market, but it doesn't connect. Is there some sort of proxy I could use to get around this? I can connect to the market if I'm on my home WiFi, but not if I'm on my network GPRS.
I recently bought an android phone.Samsung galaxy's.I just found out the android market is not available for the middle east ( which i am from ).Is there anyway around this?Rooting? Downloading it from some website over SD card?Or at least can i download android apps from pc and transfer to phone over SD card?
Are there any legal sites where I download market content? reason I ask his, I can't find some things on the market... I assume its a compatability issue but if I do it illegally they work on my wildfire. so if I want to do it legally how can I? or am I going to have to stick with illegals if I want the apps I do?
I need to download the Quake II Demo Pak0.pak so I can put it in the quake 2 folder so I can play quake II on my phone.But no. My phone won't let me download anything through the browser. No matter what it is, or where it is, I can't access anything that starts with "FTP". Also, I can't access the megaupload download server, I can't download things from my email. I can't do any of that.When I use allftp and I put in an ftp site, it asks for a username and password even if the ftp is public.How can I download a freaking file?
The Market App keeps saying this: Attention! A network error has occurred Retry, or cancel and return to the previous screen." I've retried several times, even turned restarted my phone. It keeps on saying this. What do I do?
I installed Galaxo 126.96.36.199 a couple of days ago and since I'm a happy person! It's really a different phone.
Today when reading an article on the new google maps innovation (Walking Navigation, Street View), which are available with Google Maps 4.5, I tried finding them on the market and couldn't. I then realized I can't see any paid apps on the market after my Galaxo installation. (I also noticed that the Google maps version with galaxo is 3.3)
So I've got two questions: 1) How can I "free" my market?
2) How can I install Google Maps 4.5 with the two gadgets above?
I just installed Froyo in Kies. Everything went smoothly and the phone seems to work like a charm after installation. The only thing weird but not bad was that all the applications were in different order. BUT the first bad thing I noticed was that the Android Market application was gone! Is this normal? Can I get it back somehow?
I have been using a HTC Hero with all the tweaks etc on it. Now I bought a samsung Galaxy S from Dubai a few days ago. I was very disappointed to find that the android market is missing and the slide market is no match for it. Is there a solution for it? i presume rooting and the flashing a new rom might do the trick but is there a site with proper rooting instructions where they dont say do this step (d) without explaining steps(a,b &c). Without the market I would throw away the galaxy.
I've got a Samsung Galaxy S Advance which was from China. Its stock widgets and apps all support Chinese stuff like Weibo and are useless to me since I live in UK. I can't get Google Store / Android Market either - these aren't on the phone.
It's I9070, running 2.3.6. I downloaded 2.3.6 online and used Odin 1.38 a few times but it always went "FAIL!" on me.
I just noticed while upgrading from the "pulled" 2.2 to the "official" 2.2 some of my purchased apps are no longer available from the market. Cannot be found at all. Someone said that Google has to approve every new ROM to get complete access to the market. I was just wondering if it is I who have the glitch or if anyone else has the same problems. I have heard from two other sources (in Sweden) who have the same issues.
I have an app that was installed via Android Market. And so, the Android Market knows when new versions are out and notifies me of an update. Titanium Backup calls this the 'Market Link', not sure what else it could be called.
how would I go about 'disconnecting' the app from the Market? Deleting the market link as if it were side-loaded?
Yes, I know this means no more updates for the app etc. Which is actually what I'm after.
I'm using a SGS - DocRom V9.6 with Speedmod Kernel k13a
Market requires the minSdkVersion to be set in AndroidManifest.xml.
But my manifest has the line : <uses-sdk minSdkVersion="2" /> and I also tried even <uses-sdk minsdkversion="2" />... I try to put this line : as the first child of manifest, as the last child and also right after application.. Is there a hidden rule I don't know ...
A while back I read that Verzion Android devices apps will have to go thru the Verizon Market, meaing that all apps has to be approved by Google AND Verizon. Can you sideload apps on Verzion Android devices?
I had an HTC Hero T Mobile G2 Touch & was able to go to market to download apps. Now i have a Galaxy S GT 19000 & when I went to the market I got a message saying that it requires a Google account so I went to the next step & tried to use my existing Google account that I use every as my calender & it keeps saying your user name & password do not match. Any ideas as this is becoming a pain as I rely on google calender to run my business.
I am developping (for my company) an app included on a project that will have 2 versions:
- 1st simple version to download using a OTA server, clients accesss to an URL to download.
- 2nd version more complex to be published on the Market.
The question here is that the process to publish on the Android Market is under bureaucratic internal process and it takes a long time, so the idea do reduce the time to market is to provide an OTA version.
There is any possibility for users that download application via OTA to upgrade the application for version published later on the Market? (Both Application will be signed with the same key).
I know my question answers but since there's a lot of you who really spend your time scrutinizing your rank, downloads and all, I'm trying it maybe someone came up with empiric science on this one :
Does anyone understood even bits of how the market ranks apps in the market ?
I usually don't look at stats but following another post on this topic, I counted my rank in my category ... 565 ... Ouch that hurts! Especially when half the apps in front of mine, are crap apps with less downloads and ratings as low as 1 star :).
Not that it would make a difference being rank 250 instead of 565...But this is humiliating a little :s
Since my app has been on the market for one month, i'm wondering if age matters ...
I know I should have asked in the market "black hole of hell " google group but the name says it all. And I'm sure some of you already figured out some of the black magic used by the Market to rank apps.