Can Someone At Google IO Do My a Favor?

by Brandon Newsome » Wed, 11 May 2011 02:27:31 GMT


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 I am absolutely serious about this, and if I were there I'd do this myself.

*Can someone please find Android Market and get an answer from them about
their support practices, or lack thereof I should say? *
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Sincerely,
Brandon N

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Re: Can Someone At Google IO Do My a Favor?

by Pent » Wed, 11 May 2011 02:45:40 GMT


 > I am absolutely serious about this, and if I were there I'd do this myself.

Don't you think they'll be undercover ?

For next IO I propose we print a load of caps and T-shirts for devs to
wear.

Each cap will have one of the set 'Installation', 'Authorization',
'Download', 'Install %' and 'Market Support'.

The T-shirts will be 'Unsuccesful' or 'Failed' in nice big red bold
letters.

Don't be tempted to take your cap off though :-)

Pent

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Re: Re: Can Someone At Google IO Do My a Favor?

by Brandon Newsome » Wed, 11 May 2011 02:55:02 GMT


 Or what would be even funnier, make bogus tshirts that say "Android Market
Support" on them to make everyone think you're support, and then crush their
dreams by informing them no such support exists.


myself.

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Re: Can Someone At Google IO Do My a Favor?

by TreKing » Wed, 11 May 2011 02:58:43 GMT


 




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Re: Can Someone At Google IO Do My a Favor?

by Peter Sinnott » Wed, 11 May 2011 06:59:21 GMT


 There must be some way to interweave the Android Market and Men in
Black (MIB) in a humorous fashion.





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