What is sideloading on a smartphone, and is it a bad thing?
riffin 2 years ago
I see the term sideloading used pretty often in articles about smartphones, but they don't seem to explain what it is. I understand that it is a way of installing apps, but it seems to often be used in a negative context. Does sideloading require the phone to be rooted?
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