I have a question why is it that the Android market needs the background data to be enabled even before you set it up. I understand it is updating in the background even when it is not on but is there any way of bypassing this when running market for the first time. My situation: Don't have a data plan from At&t and I recently bought a Motorola Atrix Unlocked 4g from Craigslist. I got it strictly unlocked because I don't want a data plan. It doesn't have gingerbread (2.3) but froyo (2.2.2) on it. So, I have turned off all data services in the settings page of the phone. Now when I try to launch market it tells me: Background data disabled: Market needs background data to be enabled Mind you I have not even seen the daylight in Market yet because I don't want to turn data on and get charged from At&t. Not to mention they'll pick up the data bands and start charging me right away before I even test it out (new unlocked smartphone details of their contract) I know eventually I wouldn't even need data because I can run market through wifi but how do I get past these preliminary steps without turning data on? The background image in market still says Android Market Terms of Service so it hasn't even been initiated properly yet. I love android but is there any way of going around this so I can start downloading some apps.