Market Stopped Unexpectedly - downloads paused

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  1. Music

    Music Senior Member

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    Higuys,

    Yesterday, my Huawei S7 was running perfectly.

    Today, I tried to update some apps, and a second after I tap the update button, a message pops up saying the (media provider) has stopped unexpectedly. The downloading update is then shown as usual with the animated barber-shop bar, but not the yellow progress indicator. Under the bar it says "Download paused." Paused? It supposed to be downloading! How do you "un-pause?" A few updates seemed to get done and one app was installed, but it took forever to happen.

    the most recent thing I installed was Google Voice, which is when things went funny. I uninstalled Google voice with no improvement.

    The same thing happens if I try to install something new.

    I tried restarting the tab a few times. I looked for a market update. I searched Google help, but the same problem seems to be happening a lot (with purchased apps) with nothing resolved. All the posts I read were about a year old, so I figured this should be fixed by now.

    Any ideas? thx
     
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    I think I got it working again.

    First I cleared the cache and tried the market - no difference.

    Then I uninstalled the recent market updates, to set it back to factory, and not what I was seeing yesterday. It looks different, but works just the same.
     
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    Again I spoke too soon.

    My fix was only temporary. As soon as the Market app installs its own updates, the download manager crashes every time, and downloads/updates take a really, really long time to complete.

    The message I got is: "The process android.process.media has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again."
     
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    YES YES. please someone, I am having same exact problem!!! I was thinking it was DroidTv but uninstalled and no change. Anyone??? Thank you Music and sorry my post is not the solution you were probably hoping for.
     
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    ps... I also am using a Huawei S7 .
     
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    Just a wild guess, but take a look at /cache and see if there's a bunch of apk files in there
     
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    I finally got in there (I had to download a terminal emulator, and need a lesson on terminal and adb stuff) and I see apk files with names like:

    downloadfile.apk
    downloadfile-1.apk through downloadfile-9.apk

    Does that give you any ideas?

    P.S. the TOP command is interesting...
     
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    Run df to see if the cache partition is full.

    Delete all those apk files in there.
     
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    I'm clueless about why it won't accept any of the adb commands I made. it was saying "adb not found" or something like that.

    Can you suggest an online tutorial for the adb commands using an android terminal emulator?

    thx
     
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    I don't know how to run adb from a terminal emulator.

    All you need to do to show your partition allocation is:
    Code:
    su
    df
    To clear...

    Code:
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    rm /cache/*.apk
    If this does not work, you really need to get alogcat.
     
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    Go to Manage applications then press menu to filter all and then find media storage and press clear data. Should fix it.
    EDIT: Never mind the problem is back for me :[
     
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    I'm having the same issue now... Everything was working fine and then this. Anybody have any ideas on how to fix this?

    Sent from my sdk using Android Tablet Forum App
     
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    O great...

    It's just like using a terminal window from a desktop PC. Try it sometime.

    After clearing the cache: 98304 total, 3344 used, 9460 available

    And so far things are back to normal again.
     
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    Wait so clearing the cache actually worked?
     
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    I'm have same problem. I've tried everything everyone suggested and still getting android.process.media errors on Market downloads. Stock Bestbuy ROM, ROOTED, LINK2SD.

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