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Hi everyone,
I was wondering if there is a method to enable apps that aren't intended for your region, such as Google wallet.
other than flashing a custom ROM, or is it a kernel limitation ?

Thank you for your help,

Albert.

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There is one command for ADB.. pm blabla.apk or something like that..
You can also resign them to keep then unfrozen.
or use market enabler and in store enable app and then do same again when you boot your device..

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Hi everyone,
I was wondering if there is a method to enable apps that aren't intended for your region, such as Google wallet.
other than flashing a custom ROM, or is it a kernel limitation ?

Thank you for your help,

Albert.


I use market unlocker pro.

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Edited by Luis Rodriguez_690458, 14 January 2013 - 06:31 PM.

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I use market unlocker pro.

thank you for the app

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