For those who do not know the reasons that had led to this application being withdrawn from the Play Store, it should be remembered that the claim was that there were “problems with billing.” And, the truth is that this was the case, since the developer charged for PayPal –when Google forces this to be done through Wallet-. Therefore, there was nothing unusual about the withdrawal of ROM Manager as it violated one of the conditions of use of the online store (that is, the rumors of “black hands” were just that, rumors).
The fact is that the creator of the application, Koushik Dutta (important part of CyanogenMod), changed this quickly and…. Voila! The application is again available in the Play Store to be downloaded for free in this link. Therefore, we are basically talking about what was happening was a mere formalism and, in this way, the use that is given to ROM Manager has absolutely nothing to do with its momentary exit from the Google store.
What is ROM manager for?
Well, the truth is that this creation has become a reference of use for users who handle ROMs on a regular basis, since with it it is possible from the installation of this type of developments in a very simple way and, also, it is possible to achieve different permissions in the corresponding terminal, such as those of root. Therefore, it is an excellent “travel companion” for Android users.
The fact is that, finally, ROM Manager returns to the Play Store and it is shown that there were no problems with what the application does, but with the payment method. Of course, Google we believe that it is excessively restrictive with respect to this section, since imposing Wallet is perhaps something extreme for developers, but the fact is that it is. Therefore, if you are one of those who likes to change ROM, be sure to try this creation … at the very least, it is highly recommended.
Via: Mobile Zone