Second IDG Now information, a change made last week by Google left owners of unlocked Android phones seeing ships when it comes to paid apps.
Confirmed by Ash, a Google employee, the recent change promoted by the company prevents users of unlocked phones for developers from gaining access to any copy protected application.
Although most users do not have access, a recent discovery has shown that protected applications are automatically downloaded to a private folder in which developer phones allow full viewing.
With that, the phone owners for developers could purchase applications, back up the folder and ask for the money back, in addition to the possibility of reinstalling the application. To avoid major problems, Google decided not to offer paid apps, although it is a negative financial factor.