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djunyk
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Default [Q] Android market

Hy. I'm having a problem with the market. it says starting download but it remains like this. frome other site's it's downloading but not from market.

i've tried the solution frome market. clear data and chace and i'm not able to conect to google talk. it says eror conecting with server, will retry.

can you help me pls.
 
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I had this problem yesterday.
Try this in Terminal Emulator:
mkdir /mnt/sdcard/market-download-cache
su
cd /cache
mv download download.bak
ln -s /mnt/sdcard/market-download-cache download
ls -ahl

You must have root. And Terminal Emulator is an app from the Market, if you don't have it, try sideloading it by finding an .apk from the internet. I don't know of any other way, but there should be a better solution if you can't find it.
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finaly found a solution.

Setings/ aplication/manage aplication/all
there navigate to gmail and to market and clear data.

when you're asket to ad an acount instead of gmai.com use googlemail.com
this is the ony metod that worket on my legend
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