I am out of ideas... never had market issues.. i will let you know if i will think of something..
chizzle knows first and foremost thing i always tested on the roms were if the market would work without crashing. thats why the newer markets werent in the rom by default because at the time they all crashed without installing overtop of the older.
But i installed this version and restored the apps a few didnt restore by default but showed up as free in my apps and installed just fine. as soon as i installed a theme with the newer market than the rest of the apps downloaded automatically.
so im just not sure whats going on. only restoring market data from another install would make sense but you said no tibu used this time i think so that shouldnt be it.
you know chizzle i stated 1 time i wanted to make a way so tibu wouldnt install on the rom at all i should of pursued that more
Are there any disadvantages (other than going through the long, painful setup process again) of simply reflashing the Sourcery 2.2 Final and LEAVING the old market app in place?
Okay, reflashed Sourcery 2.2 and the Slayher 1.6 1Ghz LV kernel. I'm not going to touch any themes, and just use the old market. I did try to install the apk Chizzle posted, but it won't install.
Installed everything from the market except the Amazon Appstore and Citibank... I used TiBu (but only installed the app, not the data). Oddly enough, this time the Appstore recognized my uninstalled apps and allowed me to reinstall.
So let's see how this goes. By the way, I enabled Compcache, but how do I know it's doing anything?
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You may be right about compcache. I enabled it, confirmed it was enabled, then set it on my night stand (in "clock" mode) before I fell asleep. This morning I noticed the clock was frozen at "4:17" and the phone was very very warm. I had to do a battery pull to reboot it.
I checked the compcache stats after the reboot, and it does not appear to be activated after a boot. That's really the only thing different, so for now I'm going to blame compcache, and just not bother messing with it anymore.