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Market down?

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by mjones1052, Dec 26, 2009.

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    Is anyone else having a problem getting on the market? Or did I screw something up....
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    Working fine here.
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    Mine keeps saying server error.
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    Market is working on my droid.
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    Anyone think of a reason why I'm getting server errors?

    Nvm, found it. I moved the cache's of everything to my SDcard, then apparently deleted the folder, so had to remove all the caches and its working
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    nope. I just downloaded Goggles, which i might add I'm kind of disappointed in.

    I scanned a ps3 controller and it came up with irrelevant results. Needs more work Google.

    It's pretty good at scanning barcodes though, but I use ShopSavvy for that.
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    dezymond, I have the opposite result today. I scanned the face of the Wii and the search on Google was so specific that it linked me to places that sold replacement disc eject buttons. I was not even aware that the eject button made it into the picture, but when I checked it was there. I was so impressed that I showed it off to all of the neighbors and only had a few that read the No Data error. I have found too that it has to do with the way the picture is taken. If the picture is clear the search results are better. Also, I love the Key Ring app!! I added all of my cards and thought it would not work well. I went to Toys R Us the day before Christmas and used the app and the register scanned my Droid screen just like it was the card itself. I was like "Hot Dog!!" Anyway, I thought I would just throw that in there...