I'm developing a simple apps for my own purpose using PhoneGap Build. For convenience, I'm pointing web browser, on each device where I want to install & test such app, to application download site on PhoneGap Build and download
.apk files directly from there.
It works like a charm on every device, that has original system (i.e. first Galaxy Tab, first Google Nexus etc.). When I'm trying to do the same on my old
LG GT540, which has non-standard Cyanogen Mod 7 ROM, download process fails. I don't get any extra information, only download manager adds status bar notification, that download failed and I can try to restart it, by touching that notification (no effect).
This is first time I run into such situation. I've heard many times about many factors that could prevent installation of
.apk file, but never about not being able to download it.
My Internet connection is just fine, and this is related to
.apk files only. I can download any other file types using web browser. I can also install
.apk files manually, once I deliver them by cable to phohe.
Has anyone else got similar experience or know, what is going on here?