I live in Alaska where mobile networks are limited to in-state carriers ACS and GCI. The only national carrier is AT&T, who rents equipment from ACS. So I have a Motorola droid through ACS and use it mostly for news and connectivity apps because it gets confused when I try to treat it like a phone. ACS is not a national carrier so I can't use it to confirm accounts like facebook and twitter. I have an HTC Inspire through AT&T that keeps me on the national grid so I use it as my "everywhere" phone - which kinda sucks because it's AT&T. Anyways, here's my noob question: can the apps that I've downloaded and saved to sd/card on the motorola be installed from sd/card to the HTC? Right now, when I try to install from card to HTC it says my settings do not allow non-market application downloads and I can't figure out how to change that.