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General Security enabled apps (radio players)?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by zoltan, Jan 14, 2010.

  1. zoltan

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    Background: Bought an Eris several weeks back. Had AOnline Radio and DroidCumulus installed. Phone broke, got it replaced at store with another Eris. Tried to download both apps, could only find/download mms lite, a similar but inferior app by the same company. Emailed support, and their response was:

    "AOR, DroidCumulus are Security enabled apps.
    If your device is not categorized as secured as per android market,
    then you will not be able to see the app."

    Does anyone know what this means? Is there a setting that I can change? Why would one phone be security enabled and not another that should be identical?
     

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    i wouldnt swear to it, but could be, maybe, that switch in the settings

    settings>apps>unknown sources.

    i feel i am wrong, but it is worth asking.
     
  3. zoltan

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    I did NOT allow installation of non-Market apps in my first Eris iteration, so I'm pretty sure that this isn't the cause.
     

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