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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by xti14, Jul 21, 2010.

  1. xti14

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    I was wondering if there is a way...without having to ROOT the phone...to remove those unwanted ads in apps that you always see?

    I know there are programs out there for this job, but all of them require your phone to be rooted. Thank you!
     

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  2. Ambictus

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    The ads are how the developers make their money, I don't think it's very fair to remove them.
     
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    They are just so annoying and to m, it makes the phone look kinda tacky.
     
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    well you can have an add supported free apps or you can pay for an app and not have the ads...they don't bother me...
     
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    There isnt a way currently without root ... and even the app with root that removed the adds still leaves a white space where the add used to be. Can the Aria be rooted yet? My dad just got one and wants to root.
     
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    Never mind ... I just checked over at XDA, they have the instructions there.
     
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    I agree. From a app developers point of view, I would be extremely upset if someone took the ads out of the free version of my app. Just pay the slight cost and buy the non ad supported one. IMO. People gotta make a living.
     
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    What ever happened to developers contributing to the betterment of the open source community so we all can experience their gifts and talents instead of everyone begging for money through such annoying ads?
     
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    When's the last time you developed something? When I created Soup or Root, it took countless hours to develop and it still isn't perfect. Don't forget juggling the rest of life (college, getting married, etc.).;)

    Developing is no small task, it's worth it to donate. Heck, my rooting app was free and for the few people who donated, I was EXTREMELY grateful!
     
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    No application I haven't heard of. I would like to find a way too...
     
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