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Help with Market Place

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I know this has been gone over but hoping someone can do a nice easy walk through for me.

I have an unlocked Telus Milestone on AT&T and like others I am not able to get all apps from the market place. I have paid apps and but have noticed some are missing. For instance for some reason I can't find TV.com or bTunes. I had no issues with my unlocked Telus HTC Hero with any firmware I tried, so not sure why I am not able to with my Milestone. My wife's Backflip also has no problems although it is a native AT&T device.

Anyone can walk me through a way to get these apps? I have read some on a build.prop edit but am a little lost.

Thanks.

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No kind soul can help me out? Stock firmware was a no go, so tried Thai 2.1 and it was the same so restored my Nandroid backup. Have been pseudo rooted and even tried Market Enabler but no matter what I try I can not get these apps.

Update.

I even had an old T-mobile sim that has been deactivated. Put it in and turned wifi on and am still not able to find those apps. I wonder if a active T-mobile sim would allow me to get these?

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i used a diff rom image from nandroid and experienced this, i couldnt get anywhere with market enabler. I then flashed a differnt rom with nandroid again... then i got my access back.... i couldnt get to my paid apps playlist builder or tapatalk pro

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Thanks for replying. Was wondering if there was no workaround. What rom did you use and was it for US 3G band or Euro?

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Thanks for replying. Was wondering if there was no workaround. What rom did you use and was it for US 3G band or Euro?

Well, after working at this for a while now found a post at Motorola's forums of all places.... Edited my build.prop and am good to go now.

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Well, after working at this for a while now found a post at Motorola's forums of all places.... Edited my build.prop and am good to go now.

Damn!!!!!!!! Stupid me forgot to make a nandroid backup after editing my build.prop, now for the life of me can not remember how I overwrote the build.prop. If I edit the one in my system and reboot everything works but protected apps never show up. The other one I downloaded causes apps to crash.

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