When I tap ‘Updates’ in the App Lounge (where did Apps go?) says “Timeout fetching applications! Some network issue is preventing fetching all applications. Open settings to look for Open source apps or PWAs only”.
What are PWAs?
I’ve chosen ‘Show only open-source apps’ in the settings. Now the error message is: “Timeout fetching applications! Some network issue is preventing fetching all applications.”
Might this be a result of a broken system update? I still have the following unfixed:
I experience a somewhat similiar problem.
AppLoung trys to update some apps which get stuck on the install step and show something like retry on the update button which still didnt work after multiple retrys.
I followed the link from u718096 and I cleared the cache and the storage from the updater. I tried to do the updates but I’ve still got this message: “Timeout fetching applications! Some network issue is preventing fetching all applications.”. I’m using the e/os 1.2 stable version and I’ve got the Fairphone 4 device. So, is it a bug from e/os ?
I tried your tip but I got the message (only once) telling me that the apps were updated. Otherwise, I always have the error message indicated by u718096. I can tell you that I’m on e/os 1.2 stable version and the issue is still there.
I disabled advanced privacy to see if it is solved the issue but no it is still there. I think the bug is still present.
On my device, App lounge doesn’t work very well. Sometimes it tell me updates are done but I always the error message displayed. Sometimes App lounge tell me I’m not connected to the internet despite I activated mobile data.
I’m sort of having this issue. I cloned App Lounge to my work profile under Shelter, as described for how to limit the reach of apps you have privacy concerns about. In my normal profile, App Lounge works fine. Under Shelter, any attempt to view app updates results in this popup, and any attempt to download an app fails.
Interesting. I also cloned AppLounge to Work profile under Shelter, without problems (knocks wood). I downloaded a total (0/10 privacy score) tracker-fest travel app to my Work profile using the cloned AppLounge without issue. BUT, you need to have a clone of a web browser there, too, for the travel app, because it logs you in via a web page, then transfers back to the app.