我在我的三星Galaxy S上的标题中提到的问题。我更新了App Dock Simulator，而是由于安装而困扰着某种原因。现在它显示了市场下载部分的滚动绿栏，但程序本身就能正常工作。如何摆脱常数"安装..." 状态？
I'm having the problem mentioned in the title on my Samsung Galaxy S. I updated the app Dock Simulator and for some reason it got stuck while installing. Now it shows the scrolling green bar in the downloads section of the market but the program itself works fine. How can I get rid of the constant "Installing..." status?
Oh yeah, reboot and uninstall didn't fix anything.
I just had this problem, and somehow I got this solved.
What I did:
After that, I entered the Market app again, and I was able to reinstall the app who got stucked.
PS: I'm not sure if this was just a coincidence, or this procedure works always, but it worked for me. PS2: My Android version is actually in portuguese language, so I'm not sure the option names I referred to above are correct in english.
Try to do the following:
Then, try to download your app again.
In the " downloads" screen of the market, long click on the app that's stuck installing and you'll get the option to Delete or Cancel (I can't remember which option you'll see but it'll be obvious).
Worked for me:
Setting > Apps > All > Google play services > Uninstall update and clear cache
I keep getting this, and it seems tied to my "Application storage is low" message.
I uninstalled several large, un-used apps, rebooted*, and the downloads downloaded.
*Maybe I didn't reboot. Check the download after uninstall and see if it's continuing....
Since my file-browser says I'm using less than 40% of available phone storage, this is a little irritating.
What helped me was to uninstall the updates for Play Store and Google Play Services, and delete the data for these apps. I got lots and lots of error messages immediately after, rebooted, got lots more error messages, but eventually the (old) Play Store opened and downloaded an update for "Google", and voila, everything was back to normal.
Uninstalling the updates to Google Play Services must have been the crucial step, because I fiddled with Play Store and various other apps for quite a while before trying this one.
My is working when i close the app when the downloading app is at 100% or it didnt start at all i open the app again and its started installing and my app is installed. It isnt a very effective way but its something. :)
install latest version of play store and play services and then reboot your phone . Play store version 5.3.6 Play services version 7.9.90