Please Help - Can't Upgrade Suspended App on Market

by Java Developer » Sat, 14 Feb 2009 05:04:58 GMT

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 ARGH! A few months back my application was marked as "suspended"
because I violated the agreement by having users purchase a license
key through PayPal. Google explained all I would need to do was "re-
upload" my application sans the offending code. But, there is no
"upgrade" button once your application has been marked suspended and I
can not upload the application on its own as I receive the following

"You have another application on Market with the same package name
(com.sweat.startup). Go to that other application, and click upgrade"

Does anyone know what to do in this circumstance?


Please Help - Can't Upgrade Suspended App on Market

by Java Developer » Sat, 14 Feb 2009 05:28:54 GMT

 Hi Shane,

Thanks for the reply. Understood, that would work, but that is really
not a good solution. This would require a major refactoring.

There must be a way to upgrade/upload from suspended status? Has
anyone else been able to do this? I have tried on Firefox, Safari, and
Opera (all on the Mac).



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Please Help - Can't Upgrade Suspended App on Market

by Java Developer » Sat, 14 Feb 2009 06:55:01 GMT

 Intellij.... Yes, clicking "refactor" was easy enough. But after doing
so the app will not install. I have checked for all instances of the
package name and no more were found. So, obviously there is more to it
than "letting the ide do the work". I went further and re-built the
Project using the activitycreator, still no joy.

In the end, I am sure Google has provided a way to "remove" a
suspended application, I just can't figure it out. Others must have
run into this same problem, I'm just hoping they see this post and
reply!  :)


Please Help - Can't Upgrade Suspended App on Market

by Java Developer » Sat, 14 Feb 2009 09:20:34 GMT

 Hey Shane,

Thanks for the help. I took a look at the Android Market "tech
questions forum" and it appears this is effecting many people. So,
without a clear solution in place I went ahead and refactored as you
suggested. It was tougher than just hitting the "refactor" button in
Intelij as I had over 40 references to the package through my xml (for
example custom views, etc.).

But all is well now, and thanks for the idea as once I finally dug in
deep I was able to make it work.



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