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Can't install on my samsung vibrant because of "content rating filter" even after I have allowed for install of non-market apps. Firefox website says incompatible as well and my android platform is a version above.
I have a samsung vibrant phone. I am running android eclair, I think its 2.1. I was trying to instal firefox. Linking from the web to the android market, I get "app not found msg." To link from the web, I changed my phone setting to allow apps from non-market sources. When I visit the firefox web page for android I get an "app not compatible with phone" msg. same msg for both regular and beta, but my phone is listed in the compatible phones list. Upon trying to install anyway, I get an "incompatible with content filter settings" msg. What does all of this mean and how can I change it?
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What is the exact model of phone you have?
- press the home button
- press the menu button
- select settings
- select about this phone (last item)
- info should be listed as the model number
Model is: SGH-T959
I'll bring this to the attention of the people who have access to our Android Market account.
"Content filter" is the Android Market's method for restricting certain applications that may provide access to "mature" content. You can disable content filtering in the settings of the Market app on your phone.