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Epic corrected the “fake Fortnite” vulnerability within a day, lawyer says.

Epic attorney Yonatan Even asked Rosenberg this, and he said it sounded correct. Even also suggested that Epic and Samsung did not need to change the install flow in order to fix the “fake Fortnite” issue. (Presumably, that means it didn’t need to let Google add its Unknown Sources warnings, but I don’t know for certain.)

Even also pointed out Google didn’t implement its iOS-matching 15 percent subscription rev share till January 2018, and Rosenberg said he wasn’t aware of a single developer pulling out of Google Play and focusing efforts on iOS because of that delay.