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    Default The US Government's Android OS.

    How do we get it? It seems like a good idea because of how risky the apps store can be.
    Last edited by CannedBullets; 07-06-2014 at 04:45 AM.
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    Default Re: The US Government's Android OS.

    You want to run Andoid 2.2 with a stripped out Market app and ONLY be able to browse through a DOD proxy server??? So, no Market, and no way to download apps, unless you find a version which you find on someplace like XDA, which might have malware inside and you'd have to side load them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatboy97 View Post
    You want to run Andoid 2.2 with a stripped out Market app and ONLY be able to browse through a DOD proxy server??? So, no Market, and no way to download apps, unless you find a version which you find on someplace like XDA, which might have malware inside and you'd have to side load them.
    Never mind then.
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    Default Re: The US Government's Android OS.

    Quote Originally Posted by fatboy97 View Post
    You want to run Andoid 2.2 with a stripped out Market app and ONLY be able to browse through a DOD proxy server??? So, no Market, and no way to download apps, unless you find a version which you find on someplace like XDA, which might have malware inside and you'd have to side load them.
    Now that's an amazing operating system!
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    Default Re: The US Government's Android OS.

    And don't forget all calls would be monitored by "Anonymous"..

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