Does Nexus 7 4G compatible with 3G too.
Can anyone of you let me know the 3G frequency it will support?
As per tech crunch page, it has been mentioned as 3G compatible.
I really want Ubuntu on a tablet, but the Nexus 7 is just to small for my tastes. I feel as though the Nexus 10 would be a much better fit. Should I just get the Nexus 7 or should I expect a Nexus 10 compatible installer in the near future?
The LG Nexus 4 is either a great new flagship, or a half-baked device missing several important features, depending on who you ask. Unfortunately it looks like the latter is getting a little more ammunition as it’s recently surfaced that the Nexus 4 has no USB OTG (on-the-go) support. USB OTG cables allow users to connect a mouse, keyboard, flash drive, etc.
It seems surprising that there's no HDR option on the nexus 10. This Nexus 10 support page says that HDR should be an available option, though I'm assuming that they just cut and pasted from the nexus 4 docs.
I've tried to find a clear answer but get conflicting reports.
Hey guys, lately I've been looking around for cases and screen protector's for my Nexus 7. I saw this sale for Kindle Fire cases and decided to try one out. It turns out that the case fit almost perfectly (except that it covered the head phone jack). I also bought a Kindle Fire screen protector and it covered the screen perfectly without covering the light sensor and camera.
So I just got an Sim adaptor cause I want to use my iPhone 5 and nexus 4. Has any one had any luck using one with the nexus 4? I tried to use it and the nano Sim just falls out of the bottom of it. There is no way I am sticking that into the nexus 4. I sure don't want to get it caught in the nexus 4. Any suggestions?
Google promised that the Nexus Q was compatible with Android 2.3.3 and higher, but every since Google I/O, it only worked for Jelly Bean devices. Google finally updated the app to support these older devices so everyone on Ice Cream Sandwich and Gingerbread (2.3.3+) can now control the Nexus Q.