Android Market: server error when "authorizing credit card"

by g1bb » Sat, 21 Feb 2009 02:39:04 GMT


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 Are you trying to purchase your own app? I got the same error when I
did, but not when I purchased someone else's.



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Android Market: server error when "authorizing credit card"

by Sundog » Sat, 21 Feb 2009 03:21:41 GMT


 Same here.




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Android Market: server error when "authorizing credit card"

by Robert Green » Sat, 21 Feb 2009 04:00:37 GMT


 Yup, it appears as though you can't buy your own app!  :)





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Android Market: server error when "authorizing credit card"

by acrosser » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 16:00:52 GMT


 Heh... I guess it would create some problems if you tried to purchase
an app with your own account for, say, 1 dollar... So your account is
then $-1.00, Google gets $0.30 and you get the other $0.70, bringing
your own account up to $-0.30. Then if you return the app you would be
refunded $1.00, and Google would take away your $0.70 profit... and
you would be back to $1.00... but it would probably spawn some
infinite loop and all hell would break loose on the Android Market (oh
wait, it already has).


Suggestion: Displaying the message "You may not purchase your own
goods from the Market" would be much more informative than "A server
error has occurred." (Thus avoiding the developer hitting Retry a
bunch of times!) :-)








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