downloading from Market

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    Member bukzin's Avatar
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    downloading from Market

    I have downloaded a paid app via Android Market.

    It shows up in my account (on computer) but not on my Nexus One
    with Ver. 2.3.4

    Have done a battery pull, etc. but still don't see it on my phone.
    (in US on T Mobile, if that matters)



    Any ideas what else to try?

    PS the app is GrooVe IP, some kind of dialer for Google Voice, $4

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    How did you buy it via phone of via computer?

    Also is it in your market download section?

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    GrooVe IP app

    I could not find it in Market on my phone (though I now can)

    so I downloaded on my Macbook.



    Yes it does show up now on my computer.

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    Some of Your Installed Free Apps Not Showing Up in the Market? Try This http://phandroid.com/?p=52313

    May work for paid stuff, also.
    If not, try deleting data from Google Services Framework, then delete cache from Market (menu - settings - applications - manage applications - all tab...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    Some of Your Installed Free Apps Not Showing Up in the Market? Try This Some of Your Installed Free Apps Not Showing Up in the Market? Try This

    May work for paid stuff, also.
    If not, try deleting data from Google Services Framework, then delete cache from Market (menu - settings - applications - manage applications - all tab...)


    Thanks Where would I find Google Services Framework on my
    Nexus One?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    (menu - settings - applications - manage applications - all tab...)
    You'll have to scroll to find the app...

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    Thanks for the Newbie help.


    I thought you meant doing it from Android Market on my computer
    not my phone.

    Seems good now.

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