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Not to say that the developer should not get $20 for coming up with something to try and work around the problem, he should.
Originally Posted by dyastrab
I just feel that Google should be paying him if they are going to advertise EAS support in Android. Basically, this is either false or mis-leading advertising. Again - if you say you are going to do something, you should do it, not just part of it.
Kind of like the Sprint adds that talk about tethering, but don't mention that it costs 30 bucks a month. It is just mis-leading, and purposefully so.