I am having an issue with multiple apps not showing up in the Market when using the CM7 kang based on RevNumbers work. I first noticed this issue with the 12/19 build and am again seeing it with the latest 1/7 build.
I am currently running a Droid 2 with the 1/7/2012 build.
I first experienced the issue on the 12/19/2011 build.
First app- "CyanbreadX".
Not "Cyanbread", but specifically "CyanbreadX".
When I searched for the app in the market it was not there. I made multiple attempts, but it was not coming up. I applied the market fix.apk and "CyanbreadX" could now be found, but it had a warning across the top of the screen stating that it was not compatible with my device. I had a backup of the app on Tibu so I installed from there and just let it go. And even if you try to get it vis theme chooser and then use the market it's a no go.
But now, as I am on the 1/7/2012 build I decided to look for it again. Still not there. And I have not yet tried to apply the market fix.apk to this new build yet.
But I am now finding a second app that won't come up.
I am trying to find "QuickClock Advanced". It does not come up when I search.
However, if I pull up Google on the phone and search for "quickclock advanced" it gives me a page to go to.
When I click on it, it asks me to go use "market" or "browser". If I follow the link via market, it takes me to the market page for the app, but it has the "not compatible with this device" message on the screen and I can not purchase the app.
If I go the link via browser, I go to the "QuickClock Advanced" page and as far as I can tell, I can purchase the app.
The QuickClock Advanced page says it is indeed compatible with the D2 device.
Why is this happening with CyanbreadX and QuickClock Advanced? I can tell you for certain that I can go to the market and get CyanbreadX with Liquid 3.x but I am unsure about QuickClock Advanced.
What is the CM7 build doing that causes this issue? Does the market think I have something other than a D2? And how can I check?
It seems trivial, but I want to have access to as many apps as possible. It just seems very odd.