If an app fails to install on any Android device, it is most likely because the app if not compatible with the operating system software or the hardware in the device. For instance, active wallpapers are a feature of Android 2.2 and will fail to install or operate fully on devices running Android 2.0. If you receive an error when installing an app that reads: "Failure to parse package", this typically means your app is designed for a newer version of Android and you are advised to update your tablet's firmware as required.
Some application developers do not always code their apps for maximum compatibility with a diverse spectrum of hardware in mind, causing unexpected behavior. More possible reasons why an app will not install or function as designed is because required hardware is missing (a Camera or GPS device for instance) or because there is insufficient storage space remaining in the ROM area for the app to be installed.
DOES NOT WORK
The following 3rd party apps or websites are tested and reported by our customers as known to not install or not work on the T100 series or T301 Cruz Tablets:
The following 3rd party apps are tested and reported by our customers as known to install and work on the T103/4/5 or T301 Cruz Tablets.:
The information contained in this article is subject to change as app and website developers update their services and they may be too advanced to run properly on these tablets.