Hai i am new in android world.i have tablet PIXCOM PGM399 is equivalent for Viewpad 7 or FM6.I try to replace stock recovery in my tablet but after almost a year i having my tablet i never successed apply custom recovery in my tablet.I already follow many forum,first i try use ROM Manager for use clockwordmod recovery 220.127.116.11,then i try use flash image in terminal emulator is doesn,t success eith
It's amazing tablet powered by ACT-ATM7029. Ramos W41 is 9.4 inch 1280X800 IPS Tablet PC with ACT-ATM7029 Quad Core Chipset 1GB DDR3 RAM 16GB Nand Flash Dual Camera
2012 was Dual Core year,now 2013 is Quad Core year. A Dual Core Tablet PC seems out of date,only Quad Core Tablet PC is up to date.
I'm looking to possibly buy a tablet in the very near future, but I don't really know much of anything about them. I've been looking mostly at the Samsung 10.1 & 8 with quad-core CPUs, though I hear a new 10.1 is on the near horizon.
I have two laptops, a 17" quad-core Sony that's a monster and a AMD-based (E350?) netbook.
Hello guys and thanks for everyone's hard work in keeping our phones and tablets at tip top condition with all the custom roms and tweaks. I just bought a Yarvik Xenta 97ic or known as Tab9-200, is there a chance someone cooking a custom rom for this tablet? Or is there a custom rom that will work with this tablet?
Tablet: Asus TF10
OS: Android Jelly Bean (custom EOS 3 #79
I've been running a custom rom in my tablet for a week or so... it just updated via the goo app. I'm wondering if the changes made to the nightly builds are tracked in some way for us end users?
On a regular tablet this is an easier decision to make (I have a custom ROM on my Asus TF101) as the differences between stock ROMs and custom ones are mainly to do with performance and removal of bloatware. With the Note series though, there are apps and services that are specificly designed for use with the spen.