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Default [Q] Unable to Install Apps from Play Store Post ROM Installation.

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When i try to install any app (for eg: facebook) from play store after I installed the ParanoidAndroid 4.0-beta [12-31-13] from this link i get this message. "Insufficient Storage Available"

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Recovery Software Used:
I used CWM v hercules-6.0.4.3 as recovery software.
ROM File Used:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/devd...ct/dl/?id=2793
GA APPS File used:
http://goo.im/devs/paranoidandroid/r...126-signed.zip
I followed the steps mentioned in below URL to install the kitkat update:
http://www.theandroidsoul.com/t-mobi...id-custom-rom/
When i go to Settings>Storage i see attached screenshot.
 
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Hello Team,
When i try to install any app (for eg: facebook) from play store after I installed the ParanoidAndroid 4.0-beta [12-31-13] from this link i get this message. "Insufficient Storage Available"

Few Inputs you might require to help me:
Recovery Software Used:
I used CWM v hercules-6.0.4.3 as recovery software.
ROM File Used:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/devd...ct/dl/?id=2793
GA APPS File used:
http://goo.im/devs/paranoidandroid/r...126-signed.zip
I followed the steps mentioned in below URL to install the kitkat update:
http://www.theandroidsoul.com/t-mobi...id-custom-rom/
When i go to Settings>Storage i see attached screenshot.
I don't understand why you flashed PA 4.0 beta, when you want 4.4? Also, the gapps file you used should only work with 4.4. I have no clue how it would have worked for PA 4.0?

And for future purposes, if it makes it any easier, try TWRP instead of CWM - it's a lot more user friendly. In terms of the insufficient storage, I'm having a feeling that you either haven't wiped your SD card before flashing, or something has gone wrong and the system is not detecting the SD card...



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