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Android Market issues for wifi users are being fixed

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MRCANNADY

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Mar 13, 2009
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Hey guys, appears that Android is aware of the Market issues an are working on a fix. So far I can now view paid for apps without seeing the error message. Be patient, we should know issues like his can happen, especially with a new OS
 

supremecream06

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Mar 1, 2009
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i thought there was something wrong with my Xoom. cuz i saw notice this in the morning and i even did a reboot to see if it was gonna be fix. but sadly nothing happen. then out of the ble i got updates on other paid apps, that i could not find in the market. so i get updates on previoud paid apps, but can;t buy new once. but i now know it's a bug. hopefully it can be fix sooner then later.
 

ceramej

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Youtube app

I just bought a brand new Wi-fi Motorola Xoom. I went straight to Marketplace to download all the apps i wanted and for some reason I am not able to download the Youtube app. It goes into start downloading and then it just disappears and goes under "Not installed". Am I the only one or is the something I can do? I didn't want to factory reset yet until I know if I am the only one or not.
 

poisike

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The youtube app in Market is for phones.
If you don't have Youtube on your Xoom, go to settings > Applications > Manage aplications > All and find Google Partner Setup, click Clear data and restart your Xoom.
 

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    The youtube app in Market is for phones.
    If you don't have Youtube on your Xoom, go to settings > Applications > Manage aplications > All and find Google Partner Setup, click Clear data and restart your Xoom.