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But, can't access Google Play/Android Market to download any new apps. (Not positive at this late hour which one that phone accesses.) It says something like " unable to access data plan" or something like that. This is an unrooted phone, and as far as AT&T goes, we only planned to use this as a. Try the steps below to fix problems with Google Play. You can’t download or install apps or games from the Google Play Store. The Google Play Store app won’t open or load, or crashes after it opens. You can allow your device to install non-Market apps by going to "Settings" > " Applications" and checking "Unknown Sources". This should allow you to install non-Market apps although your settings menu may be slightly different. Then you should be able to install apps that are not from the Market.
I have their troubleshooting short of factory reset and it got updates working and large game downloads but not smaller new app installs Remove the SD card from the Android device. Wait a If you're unable to install the app/game from the Google Play Store app, try installing from the Play Store website. 17 Mar Let's say you just found a great new game to while away the commute, or your friend just recommended a handy app that will make your life easier, but for some reason you're hitting a brick wall when you try to install it. There are various things that could cause a problem when you try to install apps. Check. 15 Mar If you've ever wanted to install an incompatible or region-locked app, then we'll show you how easy it is to install incompatible apps on Android. First, you'll need to make sure your device is rooted, otherwise you won't be able to download the Market Helper app. Then you'll need to enable Unknown.
Dear forum: I bought my GT-P Tab in China and it didn't come with Google play(android market) installed on it. As I am unable to download anything. 20 Dec While the Android Market has many a great quality, I (and many other users) have noticed some reliability issues as of late. Applications > Manage Applications and uninstall it from there (by tapping the app and pressing " Uninstall"), you should be able to re-download it from the Market without issue. 17 Mar The developer site link given for Joyworld is invalid. The Guardian has been unable to contact the developer. Google said that code signing, which identifies an app, is enforced on the Android Market and makes it harder for would-be pirates to copy and re-upload apps. Developers are also advised to use.