1. omniusovermind's Avatar
    I need someone who has ghost commander installed, but NO side loaded apps. I need to find out using that app, in the "home" section (located far right of that bottom menu bar) when you then click "Applications" in the list that appears, do you see "DRM Protected Content storage"?

    It should look like this

    Last edited by omniusovermind; 02-25-12 at 12:01 PM.
    02-25-12 11:44 AM
  2. DD1968's Avatar
    You would, yes... It appears to be part of the baked in AP os (as is settings, mail, browser etc). The giveaway bit is the com.android bit in the name.
    02-25-12 01:43 PM
  3. JamesDax3's Avatar
    Ok I see it. Now what?
    02-25-12 01:57 PM
  4. omniusovermind's Avatar
    If neither of you have side loaded any apps before and you saw that DRM thing then you've answered my question. I was just checking whether or not it was put there in the update or if a side load did it. Thanks guys

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    Last edited by omniusovermind; 02-25-12 at 03:36 PM.
    02-25-12 02:11 PM
  5. DD1968's Avatar
    I have got sideloaded apps but DRM thingy was put there in the update... It's part of AP sys files.
    02-25-12 03:26 PM
  6. emtunc's Avatar
    There are a few things in there that look like default Android packages that would come in a default installation.
    Don't think any of them would have a negative affect on user experience in my mind.
    02-25-12 03:56 PM
  7. mrbkkt1's Avatar
    Drm protected storage was for he addition of movie rentals on the android market. You couldn't access that part of the market with a rooted phone, that didn't have that.
    (on android phones)
    02-25-12 04:57 PM
  8. mrbkkt1's Avatar
    Drm protected storage was for he addition of movie rentals on the android market. You couldn't access that part of the market with a rooted phone, that didn't have that.
    (on android phones)
    02-25-12 05:05 PM
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