Sorry by "manual means to acquire a file?" I thought you meant the log files, not the download files.
Which version of XDA Labs do you use?
Is it 1.1.6b? Regular or debug version?
In your logs I can see a DownloadManger exception.
One semi-random suggestion would be to wipe data of your DownloadManager and retry to download apps.
Another one would be to check if your devices run dns apps, try to disable them and retry downloads.
So you do not know if it's possible to manually acquire a file after one's paid for it, and XDA Labs cannot deliver it.
OK, how does someone get in touch with the developer(s) of XDA Labs? Assuming I cannot, you as moderator probably can.
Can you do me a solid and send a request for one of them to look at this please and advise? I would be most grateful.
I'm running 1.1.7b (debug).
The line with the 403 exception for the DownloadManager suggests to me, my phones do not have appropriate access to download the file.
I am not running any special DNS program. I'm running stock Verizon carrier configurations which are not rooted.
For a user like myself, this should be as easy as using the PlayStore to acquire a XDALabs hosted application, but... it's not working. Please, pass this along.
Yes - I've already attempted to contact the dev of the particular application I'm trying to download. He's busy. I shouldn't have to privately send the developer a request for assistance. It's not his fault.
This has been painful.