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I selected to upgrade all of my applications, but my phone shut down for some reason during the upgrade. After restarting, I noticed that the upgrade was stuck so I cancelled the updates. Unfortunately, I still saw a notification that the other app were being downloaded. Even after restarting more times, clearing market data and killing the download process, the issue remains. How can I fix this?

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Strange that clearing the data did not fix it. However, you should be able to click on each of the apps that are pretend-downloading and hit Cancel.

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I had already actually tried that. I then restarted a few more times and turned my Internet connection on and off and it eventually disappeared. I have no clue what fixed it – Casebash May 19 '11 at 1:23

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