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Default How to remove At&t logo in notification bar

How the heck do you remove it? Or can you?

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That's ridiculous, This shouldn't be aloud.

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That's ridiculous, This shouldn't be aloud.

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I guess since it's allowed on the iphone, people don't really care, so they thought why not do it for all the phones. ATT does it will all their phones.
 
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I guess since it's allowed on the iphone, people don't really care, so they thought why not do it for all the phones. ATT does it will all their phones.
I left Verizon for crap like this. Even the Verizon Version doesn't do this.

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I left Verizon for crap like this. Even the Verizon Version doesn't do this.

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Going from verizon to att isn't much of a difference. I guess you should have gone with tmobile if you didn't want carrier branding or bloatware. The tmo moto x has nothing.
 
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Going from verizon to att isn't much of a difference. I guess you should have gone with tmobile if you didn't want carrier branding or bloatware. The tmo moto x has nothing.
Their Network is crap in my area. I wanted the Dev edition, But it wasn't part of the $150 off deal.

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Their Network is crap in my area. I wanted the Dev edition, But it wasn't part of the $150 off deal.

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Well you could have bought the tmobile moto x and used it on ATT. It comes sim unlocked. Anyway, I'll try not to make you feel worse
 
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Well you could have bought the tmobile moto x and used it on ATT. It comes sim unlocked. Anyway, I'll try not to make you feel worse
Too late lolol

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