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Le Dam

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Hi,
After many test, I prefer return temporarly to GB 2.3.7 (Eco CM7).
But I don't like Gmail 2.3.x...
When I install Gmail 4.x.x APK, Androïd doesn't accept (conflict version).

Is it possible to force install via Recovery (6.0.2.7) ?
If yes, how can I do ?

Sorry for my bad english and good day to all ;)

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Nope, pretty sure it requires ICS or higher. Sorry.

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Thanks omegavesko... :(
I don't like Gmal v.2.3.x !

Is existing an alternative to Gmail ?

Thank you ;)

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Thanks omegavesko... :(
I don't like Gmal v.2.3.x !

Is existing an alternative to Gmail ?

Thank you ;)


Well, Gmail lets you connect via POP or IMAP, so you can use basically any email client on the Play Store.

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You could also use the gmail website which is very similar in functionality to the iPhone app

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