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I seem to have inherited two what I think are download arrows on the top of my screen that relate to a battery app I uninstalled as my tablet was freezing some how . I also have another app called "globalTime" which I cant see any uninstall for.
Has anyone access to a 99p shop as they are selling a talet stand for 99p yes 99p 🙂 its on ebay for £8.99 so grab a bargain.
I've come to the conclusion that the ARNOVA g2 will not allow the google aps market so I have succumbed to looking for alternatives and also installed the Opera mobile app and already its feeling like a nice interface 🙂
I would have liked to have installed ICS on it but looking at the videos I cant see anyone of them using an ARNOVA g2 lots of G9s but no g2 units Am I supposed to install ICS simply or turn it into a brick (I dont want to) thoughts people there must be some good understanabble techies out there.
For Google Market/Play you can install it with the help of Gerry's video. Just follow the instructions.
It will install on most devices not just 10g2.
The files for Google Market/Play are here.
You have a strange way of thinking
Let me explain how you see the things
Windows in time has developed multiple OS
The most known are Windows Xp and 7 (things have been added in time, to have a good product you first test so before windows xp, it was windows98, 2000, millennium, after windows xp, windows vista appeared, a piece of shit that was worse than the xp, so the people decided to remain on xp because it was more functional)
Android has started Donut, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb and now ICS (at this moment at least 50 percent of the android devices have gingerbread because it is still a good OS, it is like the windows xp of the android)
In each edition are added new things and I’m very sure that 80 percent of the apps that work on ICS work also in Gingerbread, but you still consider your device a brick only because it does not have ICS, well that’s a very stupid way to think, is my opinion of course
Also, if you want ICS, try to do something, research ask for the source code from the manufacturer, try to develop and help the community
If you feel offended by my words, accept my apologies from this moment, but you see, I’m a man of action, and if I want something at least I try to do something to obtain that thing and not moan whit the hope of getting it.
Ps: If you still consider you tablet a brick I will give you 50 pounds for it, and I will start to develop on that device to (I have a 7c g2, I cooked my own rom, and now I am currently porting de CM7 to our device with another guy from this forum, everything was obtained in time, by testing and trying things, we only need to make the Wi-Fi working and we will have a fully ported device to cm7)
Thanks for your kind words Mr Moderator the brick I was referring too was the one i did not want to turn my Tablet into ie; non working
I know windows has its inceptions I myself have used windows from version one with DOS 3.1 alongside it on an old Apricot machine (Xi) I do agree vista was a bit pooh thats why I migrated from 95/98 to XP and still use it. as regards ICS I WOULD love to use it but would prefer to do it from a file rather than leaps and bounds through a video which seems to use different arnova/archos tablets .
I will in time understand the Tablet in my own way but just needed a section to lock on too and to understand how to use it.
I accept your apologies
We all hope that we gonna be able to port the ICS to all G2 Devices
Even so, i will buy the new 7c G3 because i find it superb starting from the design and the specs of the tablet.
Untill Arnova will not make available the source codes it will be very hard for us to develop ROM`s
Guys, please let's try to keep this forum a friendly and constructive place
Nothing is sure yet, but if G3 devices do not have other change than the extra 512 Mb over the G2 model, we may be able to put their ICS firmware in the G2. At least that's worth trying.
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