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i have samsung galaxy ace, yesterday i rooted my phone and installed the link2sd application, everything was fine, today when i tried to install an application using market, the market just crashes while opening, i uninstall the app, and got the new apk from internet and install that, same happening with that, after i read a review on internet, that if the market app crashes, just clear the data from settings, i did the same, it was working fine, but when i clicked on Accept and Download button to install the app, the market again start crashing, do anyone have any idea why is this happening, is it because i rooted the phone and partitioned the SDCard and installed the Link2SD application yesterday, did anyone have faced this issue.

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Try to get the log of the error, and post it here. aLogCat app from Market can help with that, or you can manually do that via ADB. –  Chahk Feb 21 '12 at 14:25
    
Did you do a factory reset after rooting? I know, that's not always necessary -- but if you run into trouble like that, it may help (did for me), especially when multiple apps are affected by this behaviour. –  Izzy Aug 5 '12 at 16:41

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go into Settings>Applications select ALL applications. Scroll the the very bottom of the list as you should see an app named "Downloads" select it, and then change it from "Disabled" to "Enabled".

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