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Google restores tethering apps to Android Market, just not in the US

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
April 2, 2009
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They're back; Google has restored the tethering applications pulled from the Android Market earlier this week. What, can't you see them? That's because you live in the US. In a statement sent to affected developers, Google says:

We inadvertently unpublished your application for all mobile providers; if you like, we can restore your app so that all Android Market users outside the T-Mobile US network will have access to your application.

Thanks so much T-Mobile US, Google.

[Thanks, Chris]




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