HTC Sync Update Allows Users To Install Non market Apps On The HTC Aria

Here’s some rather good news for HTC Aria owners. Turns out that the latest update to HTC Sync allows users to install third-party .APK files on non-rooted devices, something which AT&T generally does not allow. It could be an indication that AT&T might be more lenient when it comes to installation of apps on its AT&T-branded phones in the future, which would be good news for AT&T subscribers who like to customize their phones, and will also help AT&T challenge Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile when it comes to android phones. The update also includes the “Mobile Network Sharing” function, which could be a hotspot app that allows users to share their data connection via the phone’s built-in Wi-Fi.

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