I have the same problem and its definitely the copy protection. I have
which I updated to Froyo and now I have to turn off the copy
protection in order
for my app to show up in the market. When is Google going to fix this
Not related but also a point to mention is that all rooted phones out
not be able to see the copy protected apps. Probably since they can
log in with root
and get access to the apk files. This was there even before Froyo.
> When is Google going to fix this problem?
> Not related but also a point to mention is that all rooted phones out
> there will
> not be able to see the copy protected apps. Probably since they can
> log in with root
> and get access to the apk files.
You've just answered your own question. This "problem" is by design -
intended to stop users of rooted devices from accessing copy-protected
APKs - and so is never going to be "fixed". You either need to remove
copy protection (a solution you already found), or wait until the 2.2/
NexusOne combo is official, at which time Google will enable full
Market access for it.
Or find another outlet for your apps, but that's a whole 'nother ball
of worms. :^)
SDK, yes. Nexus One or other hardware, no.
> I have installed a "true" 2.2
> from Google
> on a non rooted Nexus phone.
Please point me to the Google blog post or Web page indicating that this
> Should not Google make sure this works
> even putting up the new SDK and before rolling out 2.2.
They have not rolled out 2.2 to hardware yet.
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