Step 1: You need to install “Titanium Backup” onto your G-tablet device of course I know you
cannot access the market just yet from your G-tablet to grab the Free version, so I have
uploaded the free version to our server.
Download Link: Download
Step 2: The Titanium Backup file you’ve downloaded is a “.zip” file so you have to extract the
“.apk” from it using WinZip, WinRAR or 7Zip. Next place in on the root of your SDCard on your G-tab, open up the application “ES File Explorer” that comes stock with G-tab device. Click on the TitaniumBackup apk you’ve added to the Root of your SDCard and click Install.
Step 3: Ok first thing is to make sure the Market is working with your Google ID, you should see
a few applications and you will not be able to install anything yet.
Step 4: Go into “Settings” – “Applications” – “Manage Applications” and you must Force Stop both the “Market” and “Google Services Frameworks” apps.
Step 5: In Titanium Backup application you’ve downloaded above, go into “Backup/Restore“, look for “Google Services Framework 2.2“, click on it and then choose “Wipe Data“. Then go back to your home screen.
Step 6: Run the Market application now from your G-tablet. You should get an error (that’s a
good thing). If you don’t get an error, re-try the steps 5 & 6 until you do, when I was doing this i had to do it an extra time before I received the error message from the market. “YOU HAVE TO MAKE SURE YOU RECEIVE THIS ERROR”.
Step 7: Reboot your ViewSonic G-Tab wait atleast a minute after the OS (operating system) is up
to let things become more stabe.
Run the Android Marketplace one more time you should notice you have almost all of the applications visible, the ability to install applications (it may look discolored an quite odd, its correct). You might have to do one more reboot to get apps to actually download and install.
If you are having any problems make sure you completed every step above correctly before posting a comment or sending an e-mail if you are still having a problem please let us know.
Justin is the creator of Droidpirate. He was first introduced to Android with the Motorola Droid back in 2009 and he's have been hooked ever since. He started Droidpirate for his MetaMorph content and it grew into a full blown Android blog. He's been in the computer industry and designing websites since 1998.