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    Not a Pre related article, but the concept applies to all phones.
    Back to your bridge evil troll you have no powers here.
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    I disagree with the author. AT&T is deliberately taking out features of the phone, which in my mind is the definition of crippling.
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    Its not a feature of the phone. ATT has every right to not allow what are essentially unauthorized and unvetted programs on their network.
    Are you trying to hurt me?
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    I'll agree with you that att has every right to take it out. It's their business they obviously can run it how they want, but it's still crippling the phone by removing something from the phone that it is intended to do.

    these "unauthorized apps" are one of the main focuses of android and it's openness. In my opinion, taking that out, when it's something available in many other android phones is crippling.

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