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5 responses to “AT&T Officially Confirms Third-Party App Installs on Android with Sideloading”

  1. Jim

    The Motorola Atrix wasn’t included in AT&T’s short list.

  2. john

    It now makes me think Motorola views the Atrix as their bastard child. No sideloading and no Gingerbread. I guess it might be time to change phones. Maybe Htc Inspire?

  3. william

    I traded Samsug Captivate for inspire 4g thinking I would be able to download 3rd party apps (like we are supposed to be able to do) still have not receoved update, if I don’t get update back in week or so I am going to send it back

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