Droid 2: "Cannot download to this device."

by Nathan » Wed, 20 Oct 2010 23:07:53 GMT


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 Customer says that he can't download my free app and gets the message.

"Cannot download to this device"

Is this yet another glitch in the Android Market for which he needs to
go to Android Market Support and be ignored?

Or is there something I, or the customer can do about it?

Nathan

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Droid 2: "Cannot download to this device."

by Kumar Bibek » Wed, 20 Oct 2010 23:10:05 GMT


 Ah!! Thats' new. Never seen that.




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Droid 2: "Cannot download to this device."

by TreKing » Wed, 20 Oct 2010 23:25:03 GMT


 



Is that what the customer told you? Is (s)he sure about that message? I
wouldn't be surprised if that's their *interpretation* of whatever error
they're getting.

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TreKing < http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> ; - Chicago
transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

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Droid 2: "Cannot download to this device."

by Nathan » Wed, 20 Oct 2010 23:47:06 GMT


 




I've asked if that is the exact wording.

I sure wish customers could take screen shots.

Nathan

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Droid 2: "Cannot download to this device."

by MB » Thu, 21 Oct 2010 01:24:42 GMT


 Nathan, why don't you publish your free app outside the market place
as well?
Its always better to have direct relationship with the users of your
product.




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Droid 2: "Cannot download to this device."

by Ganapathy.C » Thu, 21 Oct 2010 18:07:19 GMT


 May be your app have minimum SDK ver like
 android:minSdkVersion="7"

so only it is showing like that...

try this to change to 3

( ver 1.5)

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