Market Enabler v3.0.8 for Root Users
Market Enabler v 3.0.8 by rac2030 lets you access paid apps from countries where paid apps are not yet available.
It has been around for a while, but for all the Android users who still do not have access to paid apps, and the new Android users with shiny new Eclair running devices who also do not have access to paid apps, Market Enabler is your portal.
Market Enabler tricks the device location in order to access the Market from other countries, since the Android market is country and carrier specific.
It is compatible with Android 1.5 (Cupcake), 1.6 (Donut), and has been updated for 2.0/2.1 (Eclair) and requires your device to be rooted.
To download Market Enabler click the link in rac2030’s signature.
More information in the forum thread.
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