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  1. googleDuke

    googleDuke New Member

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    Apps are not available to download in Android Market after I select an app. The download box continually says "loading" but never gets to the point where I can download the app. Is this a Wi-Fi issue or something else? I have no problems with streaming sites like HBOGO ect so I am not sure why the apps are not loading. I am using the Sony Google TV/Blu-Ray device while experiencing this issue.
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    As a developer of an app, I've already had two complains about this today. But then they wrote somthing like it worked after repeating installation
     
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    It almost seems like the apps are not loaded onto the Android Market, thus I can never attempt to down load them. boxes to download and or review the apps are "grayed out".
     
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    Try GTV Settings > Applications > Manage Application then perform a Force Stop followed by a Clear Data for Market, Market Feedback Agent, Market Updater. Once your done with all three, pressing [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Del] to reboot it and try again.
     
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    unfortunately the apps are still not loading for download in the android market. Thoughts?
    Thanks for all the help!
     
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    You can also try Using Google Public DNS in case your ISP's DNS servers are using old cache information.
     
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    Wow-quite the difficulty to get this going if I have to do this. Ain't worth it! Use Sony. With that-why does it work with the Sony on the same router?
    Thanks.
     
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    I'm guessing if your Sony Google TV device has no problems installing the apps then it has nothing to do with the DNS cache from your ISP. Most likely, your issue is corrupted data which can be resolved by using the other suggestion above.
     
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    Again correct did the force stop....
    The apps that were waiting to install installed.
    Only thing was NBA update said update and hit install and did not.
     
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