+David De Leon
You laugh at your own statement? There's no humor there. You're right, it's their product, they have every right to modify their code base. However this is in the same vein as being able to modify something that you own, to your benefit. Google product users are, unsurprisingly, adept at circumventing blocks and limitation in devices to eek out some more functionality. I dare say that google has built their entire hardware platform on the idea that you can modify their products to some extent.
I absolutely think that perhaps maybe you should move on, as your comment had nothing to add here.