AT&T might not be the most loved wireless carrier among Android fans, to say the least, but the company seems to be trying its best to right its wrongs. One of those wrongs, is the carrier’s position on prohibiting Android users to install an app from outside the Android Market–known as sideloading. Being able to install an app from wherever you want, is one of those things that differentiate Android from other more “walled-gardeny” platforms. But somehow, AT&T felt like this feature was way too much liberating for its Android customers to handle.

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