egzthunder1 · Oct 12, 2011 at 08:00 pm

Android Market 3.2.0 Leaked From Nexus Prime – The Future Is Here

This is for those of you who live on the edge… of technology, that is. XDA member febycv posted what seems to be a new version of the Android Market. This was pulled directly from the upcoming Nexus Prime, which is rumored to hit stores really soon. This also means that Ice Cream Sandwich is right around the corner. A few other apps surfaced in the last few days as well, such as the Music player and a few others. However, this new market seems to be a tad faster and more effective than the 3.1.x releases that we have seen up until now.

The OP posted a nice set of instructions to get this going on your device as this is not simply a matter of installing an apk. Also, you must be rooted to be able to run this. Please share your experiences of the new version and report any bugs so that others know what they are getting into.

The newest version of the Android Market is here. It’s build 3.2.0 and is from the Nexus Prime

You can find more information in the original thread.

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