03-22-2011 11:39 AM
I know you think it is better for the phones not to allow this, it is nessary for both bisnesses as well as personal enjoyment. My experiance is that people don't side load apps except when nessary. If they cannot side load an app they will take harsher messures that could compromise there phone.
Amazon App store issues is just one problem.
I feel for all the T-Mobile users who also might loose this option in the future.
Please change your stance on the issue.
05-07-2011 3:50 PM
Speaking of monsters. With some help from "elsewhere". I figured out how to make screen shots using the Android SDK. Both of these guys had sideloading allowed from day one.
05-07-2011 4:25 PM
And this is unrootrd too? Oh teach me , great Ann(droid154)
The top pic was rooted. The new bad boy hasn't been. Both images were captured using the proper method for unrooted phones.
05-10-2011 5:30 AM
According to an interview with VP of Mobile Devices, Jeff Bradley, ATT will be removing the sideloading block.
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