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I am UK based and have a Nexus 1 and Nexus S both running stock Android 2.3.4.

On both devices, I have a manual update pending for the Music app from Google Inc., but when I go in to the Market to view this app, I get an AlertDialog telling me that "The requested item could not be found."

I understand that Google Music is only available in the US, but why is the Market telling me that I need to update the app, only to tell me that it is not available when I try to?

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Interesting. I'm getting the same problem, but I assumed it was because I'd side loaded the update when it became available and the Marketplace doesn't know where the apk is. – syntheticbrain Jun 13 '11 at 9:53
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It's just an updated version of the Music App (new, fancy UI), supposedly ready for full Google Music Cloud, for when it comes to the UK.

I was unable to view the details in the market like yourself, but I could actually do the update. Nexus S on 2.3.4 too.

Did you by any chance get an update notification for Google Books too?

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I never actually tried long clicking on it and selecting "Update". Doing that installs it. – Mark Allison Jun 13 '11 at 16:15

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