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Hi,

My google maps update has stuck at "installing" step since the last 2 days. There is no cancel button and the install button is also greyed out. How to resolve this ?

I believe this is draining my battery as well

See screenshot

2010-10-31%2012.35.28.jpg

BTW, this photo is taken using my beloved pulse :)

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This one has me stumped, so every time you reboot and go back into market to update it just locks up and you can't back out of the operation.

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Hi,

My google maps update has stuck at "installing" step since the last 2 days. There is no cancel button and the install button is also greyed out. How to resolve this ?

I believe this is draining my battery as well

See screenshot

2010-10-31%2012.35.28.jpg

Wait for the market to sort itself out! lol

its still playing up. :)

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I have the same problem with all of my market updates:

Google Maps

Google Sky

Titanium Backup

etc etc

Nothing here cures the problem so I'm just going to wait it out.

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Ok. Finally googled for 1 hour and found the solution. Here it is for everybody's benefit.

Go to settings -> Applications -> All and then go to market and click clear data. Do the same for Download manager as well.

This sorted it out. Hope it helps others who are facing the same issue.

Described Here originally -

http://www.google.co.uk/support/forum/p/An...43123&hl=en

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Ok. Finally googled for 1 hour and found the solution. Here it is for everybody's benefit.

Go to settings -> Applications -> All and then go to market and click clear data. Do the same for Download manager as well.

This sorted it out. Hope it helps others who are facing the same issue.

Described Here originally -

http://www.google.co.uk/support/forum/p/An...43123&hl=en

This fix worked for me, much appreciated Flash!

Strange how this happens sometimes, wonder whether it would have resolved itself eventually because to think everyone has to go through the above process is ridiculous.

Andy

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Ok. Finally googled for 1 hour and found the solution. Here it is for everybody's benefit.

Go to settings -> Applications -> All and then go to market and click clear data. Do the same for Download manager as well.

This sorted it out. Hope it helps others who are facing the same issue.

Described Here originally -

http://www.google.co.uk/support/forum/p/An...43123&hl=en

with this method I have already uninstalled the app Retro Camera

but that D/L bar is still there....

Go to settings -> Applications -> All and then go to market and click clear data. Do the same for Download manager as well.

Go to settings -> Applications -> All ( For all I assume you mean Manage Applications) and then go to market and click clear data. Do the same for Download manager as well.

Have cleared data for Download Manager but Retro Camera continues to report Installing (scratches head again)

good find though...

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On 10/31/2010 at 12:41 PM, flash2004 said:

Hi,

My google maps update has stuck at "installing" step since the last 2 days. There is no cancel button and the install button is also greyed out. How to resolve this ?

I believe this is draining my battery as well

See screenshot

 

 

2010-10-31%2012.35.28.jpg

 

BTW, this photo is taken using my beloved pulse :)

 

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