I really like the v1.7.4 firmware upgrade for my M001, but the Android Market will NOT download any app I choose. It doesn't matter which one. They queue up and say "Starting download", but never download. I've seen this before on my various Android phones and I know how to fix it, but none of those tricks have worked on the M001. I have tried logging in with Google Talk first as that often resolves the same problem on an Android phone. The two apps are tied together somehow and Google Talk's code is used in the authentication (I think). I have also tried creating a new Google account in case the one I was trying to use had problems because I have also used it recently with Android v2.2 on a Nexus One. No luck. I have tried doing factory resets a couple of times, once with each of the old Google account and the new one. So far, I can't get any apps to download from the Android Market. I have access to the Market on my phone, so can just copy the *apk files over and install them. That's OK for the free apps, but I'd prefer to not pirate the paid apps and would like to buy them if I could get the market to work properly.The Internet connections I've been trying this on are my wifi at work (heavily firewalled and often causes the Market problems) and tethered to my Nexus One (running Froyo) via the built-in wifi hotspot. Neither one works for the Market. The only connection I haven't tried is my own wifi at home.