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How to Pitch Your App to Sprint to be Included in Their Sprint Zone App


Tuesday 20th of July 2010 / phandroid.com
For those that have never used an Android phone on Sprint, They have an app that serves as a hub for everything Sprint. Checking your account, getting the latest news from Sprint and more are at your fingertips, but Sprint also has a section within the app where users can find some of Sprint’s download suggestions.Nothing revolutionary, but Sprint’s making it easy for you to get a chance to see your app there. If you’re a developer and would like Sprint to recommend your apps to their subscribers, you can stop on by to Sprint’s developer site to pitch your offering to them. They won’t accept just any apps, of course.Quality will be a major factor in them deciding if your app is worthy for inclusion, and that quality will be judged based on visual appeal, functionality, ease of use, and more. For more details on what they’re looking for and how you can submit your app if you think it has what it takes, then be sure to stop on by and drop them a line.
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[Q] bypass sprint wifi restriction


Saturday 03rd of November 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
I want to use the native hotspot app. I have tried FoxFi and tether for root.They do not work the way i need. Other phones have hacks to bypass sprint lockout.Does anybody know one that works for our vipers
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Sprint Adds Pair of McAfee Mobile Security Apps to Sprint Zone


Wednesday 10th of August 2011 / androidguys.com
Sprint and McAfee have teamed up to bring an added level of mobile security to a number of the carrier’s Android smart phones.  Available today, Sprint Android users can head to the Sprint Zone to quickly and easily download a pair of McAfee applications designed to secure and protect their beloved smart phone.  The two apps, McAfee Mobile Security and McAfee Family Protection Android Edition, provide peace of mind from a trusted brand.McAfee Mobile Security($29.99 per year) comes with a seven-day trial and offers remote wipe/lock, anti-virus, backup and restore, and the ability to remotely locate lost devices. What’s more, the SiteAdvisor feature also blocks phishy and harmful websites as well as displaying a color coding and rating for other mobile websites.McAfee Family Protection Android Edition ($19.99 per year) is offered in free 30-day trial and gives parents control over their child’s Android phone with content restrictions, web history, and more.While both apps can be found in the Sprint Zone, they are also available in the Android Market.  Each McAfe
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Sprint Customers Can Pay Bills, Manage Accounts, and More with Sprint Zone


Tuesday 20th of July 2010 / androidguys.com
Today finds Sprint announcing their free Sprint Zone application to help customers pay bills, check voice and data usage, and manage accounts. Available as an icon on the EVO 4G and Samsung Intercept, the app lets users get the most out of their Android device and discover new applications. Sprint already has a strong reputation of recommending apps so we expect the Sprint Zone app to only add to their efforts. “The Sprint Zone will be customers’ mobile source for accessing account information, learning about their device and discovering applications that will enhance their experience with Sprint,” said Len Barlik, vice president of wireline and wireless services for Sprint. “We are excited to offer customers who are always on-the-go an interactive and relevant mobile application that allows them to manage their account and discover new content any where and at any time.”Features of the Sprint Zone: My Sprint – tools and information for customers to manage their accounts, pay bills, view voice, text and data usageMy Sprint News – keeps custom
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Sprint Zone


Monday 28th of May 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
Well, I guess it should not surprise me that Sprint made it so we cannot disable Sprint Zone with the ICS app disable feature. But when you go into Sprint Zone, there is no menu button option. There is no "..." symbol, there is no options button, there is no longer a menu key. So I can find absolutely no way to turn off Sprint Zone notifications or any other settings for Sprint Zone like I could on the Evo 3D. Am I missing something obvious? -----UPDATE EDIT: As you will see later in the thread, Sprint DID omit the menu button/option, so there was no way to set preferences for notifications. This ability to get into the menu was added in a later update, although you still can't disable Sprint Zone.
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Developers, get your app featured in The Sprint Zone


Tuesday 20th of July 2010 / androidcentral.com
Sprint made an importantannouncement this morning, with the news that they are giving their customers a free app called The Sprint Zone. The Sprint Zone is aimed at making life easier for Sprint users. This app includes: My Sprint - tools and information for customers to manage their accounts, pay bills, view voice, text and data usage My Sprint News - keeps customers informed and engaged with up-to-date news and information to enhance their wireless experience Suggested Apps - highlights useful applications in a variety of categories Phone Tips and Tricks - videos and information about how to use their device The Suggested Apps portion is especially important to Sprint and they are calling for developers to submit their apps for consideration. They are looking for all kinds of apps, but especially those that "make connection, productivity, and entertainment real for millions of mobile phone users." They are also looking for innovative apps that make use of the 4G speeds with the Evoand soon theEpic. Featured apps always attract a large audience, so if you're a develope
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Bypass Sprint Zone/Activation?


Monday 29th of November 2010 / forums.androidcentral.com
I currently got the Optimus S and would like to use it before activating it on my account, so is there anyway to bypass the Sprint Zone/Activation? Thank you.
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How do I bypass the Verizon activation on a Samsung Galaxy S?


Wednesday 27th of March 2013 / android.stackexchange.com
I want to use a Samsung Galaxy S (model sch i500) in WiFi only mode for development and testing purposes. The device has been factory reset and boots to the Verizon activation screen. How do I bypass activation? Do I need to root the device?
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[GUIDE] How to bypass Sprint/VirginMobile Throttling :-)


Thursday 25th of July 2013 / androidforums.com
Legal Notice: I'm not a lawyer but I think that this is legal and does not violate the August 1st TOS. Use this guide at your own risk.Hi Everyone,I found this very simple trick to bypass Sprint/VirginMobile's throttling. I hope you read the legal notice as I'm writing this on my phone and I won't be retryping the notice. You will need your MSL code you'll need to call and keep asking for it. (I got a reasonable person on the 3rd try). First type on on the dialer app: ##data#.Now click edit: you'll need to input your MSL code.Now go and remove or null the proxy servers. (DSS/HTTPD/RSTP).Reboot your phone.You have now removed throttling...(I add photos later)
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Sprint Zone


Monday 02nd of December 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Im running the Sense 5 port for htc evo 4g lte and every version of the sprint zone apk i download wont work. Any ideas? Posted via Android Central App
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