HTC Preps Emergency Patch For Android Phones
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User Rank: Apprentice
10/6/2011 | 7:31:31 PM
re: HTC Preps Emergency Patch For Android Phones
First off all iPhone users are queers, and there more vulnurable from apple exploiting there data than android users having to worry about their data being exploited. And the apple os is mostly used by simple people lol with no skills in programming or development who would rather their cell tell them what to do and how to do it. Personally I'd rather be able to somewhat simply do my own software dev on my phone which android allows me to do.

Second Why is this being released now publicly? The gingebread test builds have all had these HTC loggers.apk all 7 signed test builds have them and everyone testing it should of known what it did. I'm a novice user and had a full comprehension of the included .apks and there advanced functions. Oh btw gsd.apk does the same thing and yet that was conveniently left out of the publics eyes... these apks have been out in the test builds for the last 5 months.

Third.. screw Verizon and HTC do any of you really believe there honestly testing these releases well before release? I mean come on 7 signed test builds and they couldn't figure out data, lockscreen, radio problems and not to mention no standard voicemail notifications ? All these issues were present in all 7 signed test releases prior to the ota (over the air update) and none of the issues ever got fixed. I'll tell you what did get fixed.. it was the garbage bloatware they fixed and added in every test build not the os bugs itself.

Look. S-off your devices and start building your own custom os from android don't just use what they give you on the phones. Also a lot of your custom roms will include the aformentioned apks because the devs were noobs. Learn your android os people
User Rank: Apprentice
10/5/2011 | 8:01:42 PM
re: HTC Preps Emergency Patch For Android Phones
lol ok? and i assume ur an apple queer,
User Rank: Apprentice
10/4/2011 | 5:42:38 PM
re: HTC Preps Emergency Patch For Android Phones
LOL! Android, still the most ripped off OS in history, simply a POS.

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