Have you tried a factory reset? I heard this solved some sort of error that disallowed someone from downloading apps on their X.
I have about 150 app's... 1138 are installed when I entered my gmail info onto my device via sync.
About 15 app's did not, some are paid, some are freebies.
I can see More Icon Widgets free version but not the paid version that I purchased.
Sling Media can't be found either via search or any other way.
Additionally MyMemo wont show via a search within the market as well so I don't think this is a 15th fix...
NOW I have been able to install the named above app's via MyBackup Pro and they are operational, BUT they are still not show in the market.
If you were right in your assumption then most of my 150 app's would not be visual either.
Verizon told me the other day that I should program my device and start using it so we did...
I kinda think its working now as it will on the 15th...
Maybe you can share with me why most app's are visual / installed via my gmail account and some not.
This is the same issue that we had a few weeks back, with some app's just not being in the market that should be.
Last edited by n0m0n; 07-11-2010 at 04:37 PM.
Are you on 1.13.514 or 1.13.604 or something else?
The apps you are not seeing are called protected apps and they will only show up once Google approves the system version and device ID.
This is usually done on google's end and might be done on the 15th when the device is released.
I am 1.13.514 and can't see protected apps either.
I heard there was an OTA update to 1.13.604 and was wondering if people on this version can see the protected apps in the market.
For some reason i never received this OTA update.
There appears to be a update 1.13.604.en.US.
I had to go into update and manually check to see if a update was available, it told me there was 1.
Normally you get a automatic message on the home screens that inform you there is a update.
Took over 5 minutes so it must be a bunch of fix's or upgrades.
After the install and all I still cant see my app's.
Not sure what this update has done yet.