Problems installing android pit on my Acer betouch e110

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Dec 26, 2010 3:44:01 PM

Hello,
I have Acer betouch e110 with android 1.5.
I downloaded .apk file for A.P and save it on my SD card,
I tried to install it with Slide me App installer, but i get this message :
"App center could not be installed on this phone"
Please give me some guidance ... i simply dont believe that my version of android is not supported ;)
Thanks and merry Christamas

Dec 26, 2010 7:48:14 PM

I had the same problem with my Moto Backflip a couple months ago. I then went to motorola.com to get droid 2.1 and installed it that way. I don't know for sure, but maybe you could try going to Acer's site and see if they have a latter version of droid. if not then you could still always go to AndroidPit's main web site that way. I know it not as convenient, but you will still get all the latest reviews either way.

Dec 26, 2010 9:32:48 PM

Steven Luttrell
I had the same problem with my Moto Backflip a couple months ago. I then went to motorola.com to get droid 2.1 and installed it that way. I don't know for sure, but maybe you could try going to Acer's site and see if they have a latter version of droid. if not then you could still always go to AndroidPit's main web site that way. I know it not as convenient, but you will still get all the latest reviews either way.

Thnx m8 ;)

Jul 2, 2011 5:59:45 PM

Antonio Santo Ivosic
Hello,
I have Acer betouch e110 with android 1.5.
I downloaded .apk file for A.P and save it on my SD card,
I tried to install it with Slide me App installer, but i get this message :
"App center could not be installed on this phone"
Please give me some guidance ... i simply dont believe that my version of android is not supported ;)
Thanks and merry Christamas

Jul 6, 2011 3:15:12 PM

Steven Luttrell
I had the same problem with my Moto Backflip a couple months ago. I then went to motorola.com to get droid 2.1 and installed it that way. I don't know for sure, but maybe you could try going to Acer's site and see if they have a latter version of droid. if not then you could still always go to AndroidPit's main web site that way. I know it not as convenient, but you will still get all the latest reviews either way.


i think AndroidPit should update its application. general users can't do these technical steps