I have recently upgraded my HTC Desire to run CyanogenMod 7. The main reason I did this was so that I could use a more recent version of the Android Market that supported multiple accounts. The reason for this was that I have moved my email address from GMail to Google Apps for Your Domain and wanted the main email address on the phone to be the Google Apps one, but the market to keep using the gmail one so that I don't have to buy apps again.
I also have two other gmail/apps accounts configured on the phone (so that I can receive emails sent to these two accounts).
Generally, everything works fine and I'm really happy with CyanogenMod. However, I have one fairly minor problem with the market. When new updates are available to the installed apps, I used to get a notification message saying (e.g.)
2 New Updates are available
(I'm paraphrasing as no updates are currently available, so I can't remember the exact wording of the message). This is quite instructive. With the new market, I get FOUR notification messages:
2 New Updates are available [email protected] 2 New Updates are available [email protected] 2 New Updates are available [email protected] 2 New Updates are available [email protected]
This seems a bit daft as they're all the same updates! Is there any way to sort this out? The market is set up to use the [email protected] account, but seems to be checking for all of the accounts. I'd imagine that if there are paid apps that need updating, they'll only be listed for the last account (although that's a guess), but for all the free ones I seem to be stuck with multiple messages.