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Skype's Android shackles are broken, 3G calling hacked into reality

Skype's Android shackles are broken, 3G calling hacked into reality
Darren Murph
Darren Murph|October 7, 2010 11:36 AM
Well, that didn't take long. Just days after the official Skype application finally landed in the Android Market, along comes an .apk that's far more salacious for Americans. Thanks to xeudoxus over at Droid Forums, a tweaked version of the app is now available to download and sideload (sorry, stock Aria owners), promising the same functionality but without that nasty 3G block. It's really as simple as that -- hit those source links to get the unquestionably superior version, and feel free to let us know how your carrier's network holds up in a test call.

[Thanks, Gardo]
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