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Right folks a very odd turn of events...
Only had the 7 G3 48+hrs now and loving it and as always am installings apps left right n center!!!!
I installed MyBackupPro 3.2.1 on the tab and on starting it stated I had a rooted device!!!!! WTF....... so I installed SDmaid and yes it said it was rooted!!!! so again I installed Root Explorer and went into system/apps folder and deleted the email.apk and yep it deleted it them...Even stayed deleted after a reboot..... My only issue I guess is it never asks for permission to grant access(installed SuperSU and superuser) so some apps will not get access!!!
So whats going on here?
Thanks for the info Lohtse.
I believe it's actually common on cheap Chinese Boxchip Allwinner A10 based tablet, my MPMan MID74c also shipped rooted.
Please let us know when you find a clean procedure to install Google Play on this kind of device, having root and writable system should save us working on a custom firmware
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Have managed to get Market v3.4.6 and maps6.70 working with out issues..
If I update market to latest it gives a message about android has stopped working and then hangs at a loading screen, Maps6.80 always states it needs a network connection(yes it's connected)..Gmail has same error message as market and will not run..
It's a tab annoying as other apps cannot sign in to things due to error message(google reader,blogger etc)
Guide I used to get installed was on mention in the 7 G3 topic...
much better market method and solved all my issues and more...
just make sure you wipe data and uninstall all previous installations mentioned in the other post her on arctabs
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