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I h**e Samsung right now

Froyo was released today in the Nordic countries for Samsung Galaxy S.. Downloaded it, installed it and now Android market is broken 😞 According to the web the only solution to get it working is to do a factory reset which will wipe out all stuff which is really bad since Samsung doesn't offer any backup/restore solutions for the phone, aarg!

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ukdtom Absent Member.
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Re: I h**e Samsung right now

Easy solved....go to Android marked and search for a free backup
solution....Ohhh....I kinda see your problem.....

Real men doesn't take a backup....Real men just cry 😉


And sorry...feel for you....just couldn't resist

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Re: I h**e Samsung right now

Thomas,

http://matrixrewriter.com/android/

Note you'll have to "root" your Android to use it.

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ukdtom;2034686 wrote:
Easy solved....go to Android marked and search for a free backup
solution....Ohhh....I kinda see your problem.....

Real men doesn't take a backup....Real men just cry 😉


And sorry...feel for you....just couldn't resist

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Tommy Mikkelsen


No worries 🙂

It's my own fault, I did everything that a wise man would not do:

1. I did not take a backup with 3:rd party tools before upgrade.
2. I did the upgrade even if "nothing" was broken.
3. I did the upgrade, hours after the update was released.

Samsung 1 Thomas 0 😞

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buckesfeld;2034687 wrote:
Thomas,

Titanium Backup for Android – Official Site

Note you'll have to "root" your Android to use it.

U


Wouldn't "rooting" wipe out everything? And I would rather not do it.

Thomas
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Re: I h**e Samsung right now

On 10/15/10 12:06 PM, thsundel wrote:
>
> Froyo was released today in the Nordic countries for Samsung Galaxy S..
> Downloaded it, installed it and now Android market is broken 😞
> According to the web the only solution to get it working is to do a
> factory reset which will wipe out all stuff which is really bad since
> Samsung doesn't offer any backup/restore solutions for the phone, aarg!
>
> Thomas
>
>

Try this. Go to settings. Applications. Manage Applications. All.

Scroll down to Market. Select it and "Clear Data" and "Clear Cache".

Do that and see if it works. I had the same problem and I think that's
what fixed it for me. Didn't require a phone reset.

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Matthew;2034728 wrote:
On 10/15/10 12:06 PM, thsundel wrote:
>
> Froyo was released today in the Nordic countries for Samsung Galaxy S..
> Downloaded it, installed it and now Android market is broken 😞
> According to the web the only solution to get it working is to do a
> factory reset which will wipe out all stuff which is really bad since
> Samsung doesn't offer any backup/restore solutions for the phone, aarg!
>
> Thomas
>
>

Try this. Go to settings. Applications. Manage Applications. All.

Scroll down to Market. Select it and "Clear Data" and "Clear Cache".

Do that and see if it works. I had the same problem and I think that's
what fixed it for me. Didn't require a phone reset.

--
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I would if I could 🙂 Market doesn't show up in the list 😞

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thsundel;2034711 wrote:
No worries 🙂

It's my own fault, I did everything that a wise man would not do:

1. I did not take a backup with 3:rd party tools before upgrade.
2. I did the upgrade even if "nothing" was broken.
3. I did the upgrade, hours after the update was released.

Samsung 1 Thomas 0 😞

Thomas


No need to get into all those complicates step programs... the only error you made is thinking it should be no problem/be done in a jiffy.... that's when it hits. Been there, done that & revisit occasionally. 🙂

-Willem
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magic31;2034746 wrote:
No need to get into all those complicates step programs... the only error you made is thinking it should be no problem/be done in a jiffy.... that's when it hits. Been there, done that & revisit occasionally. 🙂

-Willem


🙂

Thomas
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On 10/15/10 2:36 PM, thsundel wrote:
>
> Matthew;2034728 Wrote:
>> On 10/15/10 12:06 PM, thsundel wrote:
>>>
>>> Froyo was released today in the Nordic countries for Samsung Galaxy

>> S..
>>> Downloaded it, installed it and now Android market is broken 😞
>>> According to the web the only solution to get it working is to do a
>>> factory reset which will wipe out all stuff which is really bad since
>>> Samsung doesn't offer any backup/restore solutions for the phone,

>> aarg!
>>>
>>> Thomas
>>>
>>>

>> Try this. Go to settings. Applications. Manage Applications. All.
>>
>> Scroll down to Market. Select it and "Clear Data" and "Clear Cache".
>>
>> Do that and see if it works. I had the same problem and I think that's
>> what fixed it for me. Didn't require a phone reset.
>>
>> --
>> 'The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.'
>> (http://www.thecrankyitguy.com)
>> 'The Cranky IT Forum - Index' (http://www.thecrankyitforum.com)

>
> I would if I could 🙂 Market doesn't show up in the list 😞
>
> Thomas
>
>


Are you sure you went under the "All" tab at the top?

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Re: I h**e Samsung right now

thsundel wrote:

>Samsung 1 Thomas 0 😞


LOL, and FWIW.......BTDTGTFT

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Matthew;2034766 wrote:
On 10/15/10 2:36 PM, thsundel wrote:
>
> Matthew;2034728 Wrote:
>> On 10/15/10 12:06 PM, thsundel wrote:
>>>
>>> Froyo was released today in the Nordic countries for Samsung Galaxy

>> S..
>>> Downloaded it, installed it and now Android market is broken 😞
>>> According to the web the only solution to get it working is to do a
>>> factory reset which will wipe out all stuff which is really bad since
>>> Samsung doesn't offer any backup/restore solutions for the phone,

>> aarg!
>>>
>>> Thomas
>>>
>>>

>> Try this. Go to settings. Applications. Manage Applications. All.
>>
>> Scroll down to Market. Select it and "Clear Data" and "Clear Cache".
>>
>> Do that and see if it works. I had the same problem and I think that's
>> what fixed it for me. Didn't require a phone reset.
>>
>> --
>> 'The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.'
>> (The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.)
>> 'The Cranky IT Forum - Index' (The Cranky IT Forum - Index)

>
> I would if I could 🙂 Market doesn't show up in the list 😞
>
> Thomas
>
>


Are you sure you went under the "All" tab at the top?

--
The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.
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Yes, what should it be called in the list? Can't find anything named Android market, Google market...

Thomas
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ukdtom;2034767 wrote:
thsundel wrote:

>Samsung 1 Thomas 0 😞


LOL, and FWIW.......BTDTGTFT

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IT Quality A/S, Denmark
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Please join Open-Horizons - Home


I had to look up most of those acronyms 🙂 Learned 2 new acronyms today and one work related thing, not a bad day after all.

Thomas
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On 10/15/10 3:36 PM, thsundel wrote:
>
> Matthew;2034766 Wrote:
>> On 10/15/10 2:36 PM, thsundel wrote:
>>>
>>> Matthew;2034728 Wrote:
>>>> On 10/15/10 12:06 PM, thsundel wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Froyo was released today in the Nordic countries for Samsung Galaxy
>>>> S..
>>>>> Downloaded it, installed it and now Android market is broken 😞
>>>>> According to the web the only solution to get it working is to do a
>>>>> factory reset which will wipe out all stuff which is really bad

>> since
>>>>> Samsung doesn't offer any backup/restore solutions for the phone,
>>>> aarg!
>>>>>
>>>>> Thomas
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> Try this. Go to settings. Applications. Manage Applications. All.
>>>>
>>>> Scroll down to Market. Select it and "Clear Data" and "Clear Cache".
>>>>
>>>> Do that and see if it works. I had the same problem and I think

>> that's
>>>> what fixed it for me. Didn't require a phone reset.
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> 'The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.'
>>>> ('The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.'

>> (http://www.thecrankyitguy.com))
>>>> 'The Cranky IT Forum - Index' ('The Cranky IT Forum - Index'

>> (http://www.thecrankyitforum.com))
>>>
>>> I would if I could 🙂 Market doesn't show up in the list 😞
>>>
>>> Thomas
>>>
>>>

>>
>> Are you sure you went under the "All" tab at the top?
>>
>> --
>> 'The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.'
>> (http://www.thecrankyitguy.com)
>> 'The Cranky IT Forum - Index' (http://www.thecrankyitforum.com)

>
> Yes, what should it be called in the list? Can't find anything named
> Android market, Google market...
>
> Thomas
>
>


It's just called Market.

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Matthew;2034781 wrote:
On 10/15/10 3:36 PM, thsundel wrote:
>
> Matthew;2034766 Wrote:
>> On 10/15/10 2:36 PM, thsundel wrote:
>>>
>>> Matthew;2034728 Wrote:
>>>> On 10/15/10 12:06 PM, thsundel wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Froyo was released today in the Nordic countries for Samsung Galaxy
>>>> S..
>>>>> Downloaded it, installed it and now Android market is broken 😞
>>>>> According to the web the only solution to get it working is to do a
>>>>> factory reset which will wipe out all stuff which is really bad

>> since
>>>>> Samsung doesn't offer any backup/restore solutions for the phone,
>>>> aarg!
>>>>>
>>>>> Thomas
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>> Try this. Go to settings. Applications. Manage Applications. All.
>>>>
>>>> Scroll down to Market. Select it and "Clear Data" and "Clear Cache".
>>>>
>>>> Do that and see if it works. I had the same problem and I think

>> that's
>>>> what fixed it for me. Didn't require a phone reset.
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> 'The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.'
>>>> ('The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.'

>> (The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.))
>>>> 'The Cranky IT Forum - Index' ('The Cranky IT Forum - Index'

>> (The Cranky IT Forum - Index))
>>>
>>> I would if I could 🙂 Market doesn't show up in the list 😞
>>>
>>> Thomas
>>>
>>>

>>
>> Are you sure you went under the "All" tab at the top?
>>
>> --
>> 'The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.'
>> (The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.)
>> 'The Cranky IT Forum - Index' (The Cranky IT Forum - Index)

>
> Yes, what should it be called in the list? Can't find anything named
> Android market, Google market...
>
> Thomas
>
>


It's just called Market.

--
The Cranky IT Guy | One grumpy guy, two cents worth.
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It's not in the list 😞 I'm gonna do a reset of the phone, thanks anyway.. I found on the internet that this issue also have occured on HTC devices when updating to 2.2 and the only solution is to reset phone.

Thomas
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