Thanks for the help.
I did an backup then uninstalled using Titanium Backup. Rebooted. Download GMail from the market.
Install was successful!
that worked for me, uninstall through liberty then install from market, so I tried the same method for the new market (backed up in liberty then uninstalled, then isntalled the APK) but no dice, force closes every time i try to open it. and now I don't know where liberty made the backup of the old market. I might have to end up hunting down that APK
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Just as a small tidbit. This is not a liberty bug. The theme is installing a themed and unsigned version of gmail over the top of the one that is installed stock by liberty.
This just makes it so you can't update it since the two packages / apks aren't signed the same. The market sees it as a corrupt apk.
This happens on occasion with themes.
Normally what I do is just force remove the old app using titanium, liberty toolbox, or absolute system, reboot, reinstall from market, the fix permissions.
After you force remove it you do have to reboot or else you'll get that "incompatible update" error.
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It happens sometimes. Stealth was like that with Maps for me. I just force remove and reinstall. I hardly thing that's jumping through hoops considering we rooted our phones, have probably sbf'd, installed a third party ROM, and installed a theme on top of that.
If it annoys you so much though it may be a good idea to bring it to the theme devs attention and just let him / her know what the issue is. He / she can come out with a patch / new theme file, or if you feel up to it, mod the theme .zip with the stock signed gmail and reflash the theme.
I would suggest the first if you are a little noobish though.
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