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Hey gang! I'm new to this Android thing and learning the ICS and the Arnova 10b g3. I did the firmware update which seemed to go well except when I tried to download an app, it said that it couldn't download to the sd card or usb. I don't have either installed so I can't download. Thoughts/suggestions?
Also, after the update I can't turn off the tablet while it's plugged in and charging. It turns off fine unplugged. Again, thoughts/suggestions?
Thanks ahead of time...
I'm having the same issues, but only found a couple of apps that wont install, others seem to work fine.
As for the shut down; I noticed the same, but as I hadnt noticed it before I assumed it was normal, i.e if the tablet is plugged in, you cant shut it down, as I will restart itself?
Just to let you guys know that I will check that application install issue and the few others that have been mentioned in this forum when I'm done with custom firmware building for other devices that I am currently working on.
I should also provide a new custom firmware with more space for the applications to install.
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This problem of installing with some apps and not switching off when plugged in only happens on the latest custom firmware version 0.41a, when I had these issues I re-installed version 0.40 of the custom firmware and these problems are no longer there.
I did mention this on 16/06/2012 in post 60 in this thread:- http://www.arctablet.com/blog/forum/arnova-10b-g3/arnova-10b-g3-ics-custom-firmware-with-google-play-root-and-face-unlock/page-4/
if someone can provide an adb log when the instalation failles maybe we can help
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