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This may seem like a double post, but I did leave a message for Jerry but he must be quite busy as I have'nt seen him about for a while, So I thought I would take a chance and repost my question here.
I have been following Jerrys guide and both of his videos, but before jumping in, I just wanted to know (apart from the obvious downloads required that Jerrys linked to) is there anything else required that needs to be installed onto a stock 10g2 8gb that's only had the stock firmware updated on it.
What I mean is does it need anything like arctools to be installed or anything else?? before doing Jerrys market fix?
Thanks chaps for any replies
all the best
Just got round to doing the Market install.
Followed jerrys video, I set up a different gmail account only for the 10g2 on my p.c. before doing the install.
followed the video but unusually I didn't get the error "cant establish a reliable data connection to the server" all it said was something like "syncing your phone" to be honest i can't remember exactly but it was supposed to have shown some kind of syncing icon at the top, but all i had was a small red triangle (a bit like a warning sign).
So i just click finished, went into gmail app, and signed in, then (this is where i thought it was going to go to cock, I went straight ahead and ran "Market", and it worked, no cleaning of "google framework, or gmail".
I am a total noob at using a tablet and i wondered if you could possible answer a question for me, how do i close the market. (please don't laugh,).... Is it something to do with "Settings" the icon that looks like a safe, then applications, then "running services" i can see settings running, along with hublife HD, google services framework, gmail, and android keyboard.
Or is it something much more simpler than what i am doing.
I didn't want to cock up my market account, i wondered if there was a way of logging out of the market app.
Really appreciate some help
all the best
you can close the apps that are working by going to settings/manage applications/runing aplications and click on stop on each app.
Or you can use different task killers but is not advised to do that.
Thanks for the replies chaps....
Yes, you both got what it was I was trying to do, I think I'll go with globula_neagra's answer, but I do appreciate your input Ian.
cheers lads and all the best..
Sorry about the 1 star..... that's the second time I've done that and the forum won't let me add any more, it was supposed to have been 5, sorry mate. It had nothing to do with your reply, just my stupidity.
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