Aw: Re: PackageManage: Couldn't copy package file to temp file.

by Matthias » Fri, 20 May 2011 20:13:20 GMT

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 I see this happening with rooted G1s, was your phone rooted by any chance?

In any case, I can install packages via adb and Eclipse, but not using the 
'pm' command on the device.


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