Hy I just purchased a Advent Vega tablet and it came with the VegaCream installed already
After reading around the forum I cant figure out if my Huawei mobile broadband dongle will work on it or not
Thanks for your time
So i have a mobii 703 tablet that I tried to flash with faaastjb.. and i got past part 1 of the 3 images.. then the tablet reboots itself..
I got it in recovery mode but when I tried to adb sideload part 2 of faaastjb it got to 74% of transfer and then the screen turned black and continusly reboots itself, only getting the start screen "mobii 703" before it reboots again..
Apple continued to win out in terms of tablet market share this past quarter, according to the latest figures from ABI Research, with a 55 percent share of all shipments during the period. That’s a lead it has had since 2010 when the iPad was introduced, but it’s also the slimmest lead it’s ever had, and represents a dip of 14 percent versus the previous quarter.
Okay as the title says. Am in the market for a Tablet and wasn't sure where to turn. I tried out the Kindle but was unsatisfied with the fact that in order to install anything from the Play Store I would need to root the device. So with that in mind, Was looking for a Tablet that runs native Google and able to install apps from the play store as well.
We knew this Android thing was kind of a big deal, right? Well due to the fact that no other real competitor has stepped up to try and challenge Apple and Android, the two have benefited from the lack of competition in the tablet market. It was originally thought back in 2010 that both would lose market share in the tablet market due to outside competition.
It appears that Sony is definitely planning to join the tablet wars: Its CEO Howard Stringer told the Nikkei newspaper that the company was planning to deliver a Honeycomb-based tablet no later than the end of the year, and possibly, according to some versions of his comments, as soon as this summer.
I am not a smart man. I will preface with this, because I am not super great with Ubuntu yet, and may need to be given baby-step by steps. Please don't bite my head off if I ask really stupid questions.
Now, onto the meat of things:
Currently running: 14.04 Trusty Tahr 32 bit on an Inspiron 1545 laptop. Kernel 3.13.0-24-generic