N/APosted on - 06/25/2011
My problem is that, as owner of an Archos 5 Internet Tablet (Android), when I download applications from the Android Market, I have to log in with my Google Account.
This is what I do, but he said that "no device is associated with that account."
And in my Archos, I do not have Settings Account and Sync. So what I do?
No device is associated with that account
The first reason for receiving this error is that you are not signed in order to market.android.com with the same primary account that you're using for your device. On a related note, if your primary account is a Google Apps account, it must be migrated to the new Google Apps infrastructure in order to be compatible for use on the Android Market website.
Another reason is that you haven't accessed the Market app on your phone or tablet recently – try downloading something from the device itself first, and then try signing into the website again. No Market app on your device?
Then your phone or tablet is not supported for use with Android Market, so you'll need to contact the manufacturer for help.
The last few reasons this error may occur – you are running Android 1.5 (the Android Market website is only compatible for use with devices running 1.6 and above) or your device is listed as "hidden" (to fix, go to My Market Account > Settings > Edit (for a device that's missing) > select "Shown in menus").