I had to reset my HTC Trophy phone. After activating it again with Verizon I tried to download an app. It failed with error 805a0193. I tried another app and got the same error.
How do I fix this and get my phone working again?
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@BitFlipper: Thank you, that is exactly what I want!
My HTC Trophy is giving me problems (again), and so I'm going to have to reset it (again).
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