Error 1221, 1811 at initial startup after fresh install of locus 3.5.3 on android 2.3.5 device
i'm using locus pro for some years now and it's become one of my favorite apps and my top location app. Unfortunately i had to replace my old HTC Desire HD by another device, but it's the same model (HTC Desire HD), same android version 2.3.5. So i thought migration must be quite effortless, but it isn't so far.
First, i backed up all apk files from my old device and reinstalled them on the 'new' one, so also the google play app, as the phone had only the formerly google market app installed which is out of service meanwhile. After google play app installation, which worked fine, i tried to install locus from app store, but this version was not compatible with my device. So i installed my restored locus pro apk file. At initial startup of the app, i was prompted to click 'download' to install some additional files (5MB) from the internet. I made sure wifi is turned on and stable and hit download button. A progress bar appeared and after some 30 seconds it prompted 'process unsuccessful' ('Prozess nicht erfolgreich') Error: 1121, 1811.
I looked up this error code on the faq at this website here, where it's suggested to make sure background data is activated. Background data and automatic synchronisation is activated on my device. I also already cleared cache of google play app, restarted my device, tried another wifi access point, but nothing helped. I only managed quite effortless to install locus free 3.5.3.
On my old device (same model) locus pro 3.5.3 is running like a charm and i cannot migrate it, please help keeping my favorite app!
By the way, my phones are not rooted, so i guess i'm unable to make a full backup of user app memory, which i thought would be a promissing migration path. But when rooting the device, all user data will be wiped i guess, so this won't help.
I justed looked up the purchase date of locus pro in my google play store account. I purchased it on 22.08.2011, wow that's quite a while...astonishing how time flies...