Updates of Aps all "Unsuccessful"

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    Actually, try this first...

    Connect your phone to your pc, and browse to .android_secure and delete the file 'smdl2tmp1.asec' (You will not see this in file explorer only from your pc)

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    That worked!!!!!!

    Thank you Danger-Rat.... Barron Von Greenbacks is foiled again!

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    I think you're the first person that I've met in US that's heard of Baron von Silas Greenback...

    Sooooo happy, I was beginning to think this country had no culture... xD

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    Yes, dangerrat...that worked.finally. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    I think you're the first person that I've met in US that's heard of Baron von Silas Greenback...

    Sooooo happy, I was beginning to think this country had no culture... xD

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    It's a classic!

    Just curious. How did you find out about that file, and where do you think it came from?

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    Good question - I've spent quite a bit of time on the xda and cyanogen forums, and have seen many fixes for this kinda issue, and payed attention to which fix aligns with which situation. It just seemed like the right fit...

    I'm not entirely sure what the asec files do, but I know that the android_secure folder can be deleted entirely without consequence, and that it just rebuilds itself....

    So, basically, there was no risk in trying it..

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