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As I posted Some of the applications are getting downloaded more than once ... I need to stop the downloading an application from the Market. Its really waste of time and waste of data(I use 2GB data plan for my mobile).

I restarted the phone, killed the Market app from Task Manager, but still no help. It still continues to download. After complete downloading its going to start download again. For this reason I wanted to stop the Download.

(Android 2.1)

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Did you try clearing the data for the Market app? –  Matthew Read Oct 20 '11 at 3:19
    
@MatthewRead - No I haven't tried it. How to do that ? –  X10MiniPro Oct 20 '11 at 3:39
    
Settings -> Applications -> Manage applications -> Market -> Clear data + Clear cache –  onik Oct 20 '11 at 3:47
    
@MatthewRead - There is no Clear Data. But Clear Cache is there and it shows 0.0kB. –  X10MiniPro Oct 20 '11 at 3:56
    
Does "Clear Data" show up if you hit "Force Kill"? –  Matthew Read Oct 20 '11 at 15:35
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Go to Settings... Applications... Select Filter Options (contains All, Running, Downloaded).

This option can be chosen by clicking left/right option depends upon handset model.

Choose 'All'...so that you can see all applications. Select Download Manager; there you can click 'Clear data' button. It will stop all downloading applications.

Just now I analyzed and found it out.

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Here's a random guess work on fixing your problem, at times I find myself facing this "bug". What I do is connect to wifi and just let it do its thing (download until it stops) then I disconnect and reboot. After that, I don't encounter it anymore. Well, I encountered it twice but that was it.

This is coming from an ICS user btw.

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