T-Mobile G1 Hands-On
Install applications *not* through t-mobile app store?
If you write an application and I want to install it on my phone, I can't unless you submit it to apple and apple approves it and puts it on their app store. (Or I jailbreak my phone.)
As we have seen, apple has refused to distribute developers' applications when they don't like them, such as when they think they overlap with the built-in applications or when they might subvert Apple's or AT&T's revenue model.
Is the T-Mobile G1 any different? Can I install any application I want on my phone without going through T-Mobile/Google? Or do I have to download the applications from the T-Mobile app store? Is the pho...
so it didn't surprise me when i heard about that.
There is a lot more to be said about open apps. Right now your cell phone is protected from the very things that harm or infest your computer. lets see open apps= more freebie's, great software, more options. I know I know, but this also equals junk apps, slow downloads, duplicate apps, even more duplicate apps, spyware, addware, junkware, every problem your computer at home faces. Only difference is if you got good anti-virus your cpu has a fighting chance. Hate to break it to you t-mobile fans but open apps=virus. Good luck,
Here we go again troll! You are a ****in loser.Dude, no reason for trolls here. Go back to your ****ty Sprint forum. You are here to harass people and it's not cool. I...
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