09-11-2011 7:39 PM
Has anyone gotten this error message while trying to download anything from the market? It has only occurred since the latest update for the market. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
09-11-2011 9:28 PM
09-13-2011 12:27 PM
Even in addition to deleting some games and aplications in excess of a GB, I am still getting the error message.
Have 12.76 GB available space on internal SD Card
1.5 GB Internal phone storage
09-19-2011 8:53 PM
Most people are saying that it's a market bug. But I'm not sure at this point because people seem to be downloading the apps that I can't get.
09-20-2011 3:15 PM
It will let me download various games. But when it comes to the one in particular that I do want (Third Blade), then it gives me the error. So inconvenient and annoying.
09-20-2011 7:38 PM
09-21-2011 8:26 AM
It's a known Market bug. Market 2.x and earlier downloaded to a location on the /data partition
Market 3.x downloads to /cache unless it's hacked to go back to /data (some of the custom ROM authors are doing this with their ROMs). So you can have all the space in /data imaginable, if /cache doesn't have enough space the download will fail. /cache on Samsung devices is usually around 30 MB - so what usually fails is large apps (especially a lot of games).
Market 3.x is bugridden junk... Newer is not necessarily better.
09-21-2011 6:52 PM
I have an internal sd card, no external. Could this be a problem? The only cache i know of is the internet cache, can't find any kind of cache folder in my files.
09-24-2011 3:14 AM
09-24-2011 3:29 PM
I force stopped, uninstalled updates, couldn't clear cache because there was no option to, and it still didnt work. This is the most frustrating thing ever.
10-09-2011 9:46 AM
1st I would like to thank everyone for their help.
I am new to android and to the captivate, I have no real desire to modify the device at this time. But I was having the download error when I tried to download and install the software for my receiver.
I did all of the usual support routes, everyone pointed fingers at someone else.
What I found that worked for me was finding the program somewhere other than the market, download it to my PC and install it using droid explorer. The only issue I had was that droid explorer would not install on my vista 64 PC and I had to do it from an older XP box.
Hope this helps