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Pre-loading apps on Android

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Pre-loading apps on Android

Postby engin » Wed Aug 27, 2008 8:22 pm

Hi all,

I have some questions about how providers/manufacturers may intend to control Android.

Can handset makers/wireless providers lock in their own apps in Android devices (not to be removed from the handset by the customer, like they do today)? How much control do they have over the apps that the device is shipped with? Also, is sim-level restriction and other infrastructural limitations possible with Android devices?

Thanks in advance for the responses.
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