I just got into rooting and custom roms a couple weeks ago... Put CM on my Galaxy Note 2 and I love it! It's a million times faster and better than that TouchWiz junk. I was excited to find this for my new Nexus 7 LTE.
Anyway, I flashed it and the latest Gapps using TWRP last night. I added my Google account and let it start downloading my apps last night. When I woke up this morning, I found that the process had died part-way through and that I had error (920) for all of the remaining apps. I did a complete wipe and format, tried TWRP's fix permissions, and have factory reset and flashed again several times, and the same thing happens each time. I searched around the internet and tried some other fixes, such as force stop and clear the data/cache for Google Play, Services, Framework, Gmail, etc. Nothing has worked... it fails every time. Also, now, the Wifi drops out and then reconnects every so often.
Might just go back to stock for now...
Has anyone else experienced this?
Edit: I reverted to stock image from Google and I am still having this problem. I guess this is a problem with my Google account or the wifi connection I am currently on. (It isn't possible that I broke the wifi on the Nexus 7 is it?) Will try again when I get home and get on my home wifi. I don't want to download over LTE because I have wayyyy too many apps and it will eat my entire data quota.
Edit: Once the 920 error happens, I can't seem to find a way around it. I've tried many combinations of of the things in this thread:http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1765378
Nothing seems to work except for wiping and flashing again, which works until I try to download apps and the 920 error happens.
Edit: Finally found the combination of actions to fix the error, but it still occurs both on stock and CM. Could this error be related to the current version of Google Play Store? Got around it but it's still annoying.