not able to downoad apps

This is a discussion on not able to downoad apps within the Nexus One Tech Issues / Bug Reports forums, part of the Nexus One category; I think using google talk worked for me. And I was able to download again after force stopped it too. Im just gonna keep it ...

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    Junior Member Litos's Avatar
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    I think using google talk worked for me. And I was able to download again after force stopped it too. Im just gonna keep it running now all the time, I think it fixed it, so far... I'll let you know if anything else comes up.

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    To fix, I did a recovery, then nandroid, then gaap zip, then Titanium, now doing appbrain. I was leaving out a step in previous trials and I think you have to do nandroid then google, not the other way around.

    I have ADW, have used LauncherPro. I wish there was a combination of the two. I think I can put more apps on ADW screens. I have them set up with 5 columns and 6 rows, 7 screens. I have a lot of junk apps to fool around with.
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    I think your issue was much more serious than mine. I really wouldn't want to go through all that :P I think at this point it's working fine, at least it seems so. You fixed yours, right?

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    Yup, other than a couple apps that don't like the updates. I haven't minded it, I've learned a lot about the phone. I'm semi-retired, I had the time. But if I had been going to school or to work everyday, it would have been rough finding the time because it has taken several hours.
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    Larry,

    Have you tried any folder organizer apps. I just started using "Folder Organizer" from Market. Pretty good. I went from 6 to 4 screens with room still left.


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    I downloaded one earlier today, seems like a good idea. Don't know which one I downloaded. I've been looking for one I could give my own label(s). Most aren't that flexible.

    I have been using Launcher Dock, too. It's very versatile. You can set up any number of them, all different. I have one set up as a dialer app also. You can put 8 apps in each of them, label them or just use icons. I really like this app.
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    I tried it, but I didn't like it. It removed my icons that I had on the default Launcher and I didn't want to re-put them again, and I didn't find use for the customizable dock. I don't really need any of it - I'm using only 3 homescreens, I like the simple default dock, and if I ever need to reach something else I can just go to the app selection screen. But I guess thats just me.

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    Larry,

    Folder Organizer lets you customize your own labels. It took a little tinkering to figure it all out. There are preinstalled icons or you can put your own icons into gallery and use them. I have the paid version.
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    I've downloaded the Folder Organizer, when I get a few moments I'm going to look it over. I'm starting with the free one.

    I am an amateur photographer, landscaper, house fixer upper, trail blazer, etc., and there are multiple apps to play with for each. Litos, my wife says I collect, junk, too. Anyway, I generally have 5 to 6 screens, with various apps on trial just for the heck of it. I also try to stay organized, so I routinely use AppList, check to make sure I'm trying all my apps, getting rid of those that don't pass muster. So my Nexus One is another hobby. Some I never use and I dump them. There's an app to track usage of your programs, too. It's still on trial.

    Reading the posts in this forum is always educational.
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    The free version is limted as expected. Paid is pretty good. I am still learning how to do shortcuts to homescreen and selecting only what I want in them. Under the "About" option there is a link to their website and instructions.
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