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How to flash ClockworkMod Recovery for the Galaxy Tab P1000

Friday 28th of September 2012 /
The first of Samsung’s tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000, was one mighty tablet that runs on a 1.0 GHz processor and donned with a TFT capacitive touchscreen. The tablet first had Android 2.2 Froyo onboard and was later upgraded to Gingerbread. Upgrading the tablet to Ice Cream Sandwich was even made possible because of the existence of custom ROMs created by brilliant third-party developers.Upgrading your tablet to faster operating systems is one thing you can do either officially or through custom ROMs. And, when we talk about custom ROMs, we can’t just proceed on flashing them without a custom recovery installed in our device. And, yes, when we talk about custom recovery, one is always at the top of our minds — ClockworkMod Recovery.The easy-to-use and easy-to-flash custom recovery can be installed to your Samsung Galaxy Tab via Technomancer’s kernel. Do take note that your tablet should and must be running on stock Android 2.3 Gingerbread before you can go on with the process.This guide shows you how to flash ClockworkMod Recovery for the Galaxy Tab

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Version Differences

Monday 07th of December 2009 /
Is there a basic guide to the main differences between versions of the Android OS? I am using a 1.6 Magic, am buying a 1.5 T-Mobile Pulse for my son and looking at a 1.6 Hero for myself early next year. I wanted to see what the differences were between 1.5 -> 1.6 -> 2.0. Also - I assume that I have to wait for network operators to provide updated operating systems? Can the Pulse be upgraded at all? Is the Hero getting/got version 2.0? Thanks

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Sort of "New" Android User

Sunday 01st of December 2013 /
Hello,I am attempting (at 56 years of age, long-term unemployed) to convert to Android operating system. I currently have an ASUS TF101 (3 years old I believe), but upgraded to 4.0.1.I realize I may have to upgrade hardware to do some of what I envision for the future.I want to learn how to:Design websitesFind an office program (documents, spreadsheets, presentations) which will convert to .doc , .xls , etc so I can send them to colleagues and not have problems with them reading my creations.Find a program so that I can write on the touch screen (for example using the S pen on a Samsung) into documents and have the cursive writing converted to text.Be able to create .doc , .xls , etc templates so that, using an S-pen or other stylus, can simply pull up a template, write in the blank spaces, and create a finished document.More clearly understand the virus/malware threat to Android systems and how to deal with them.Yes, I've done considerable research, talked to Samsung people at Best Buy, and will start searching the FAQ's at the android forum site (I've never had any luck with FAQ's

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Can My Tablet Be Upgraded

Friday 06th of December 2013 /
I have A Tablet Of Sencor.I Purchased It 2 Months Ago.I heard From My Friends That Android phones Or tablets Operating Systems Can Be Upgraded From Old Version Like Ginger bread Or Honey Comb Or ICS etc To Jelly BeanI Would be Very Thankful To You.

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New to Android.

Sunday 15th of December 2013 /
I have finally given up on Apple. I will admit that Apple products are running all over my house and my kids are no help to me with my new Galaxy. Apple products are designed for dummies. And I am thinking I may not be smart enough for the android. I am finding most features are the same but the operating systems are more complicated for my new toy. I want to utilize all that I can out of this phone. The biggest issue I am facing is storage. I have bought a 32 gb memory card. How do I make sure that content goes on the card instead of internal memory? Also how can I delete factory installed apps that will NEVER be of use to me. I was told by Telus representitives that the apps can be deleted AND that the camera can be upgraded after purchase. Is this true as well? I bought this particular phone because when I researched the phone that will be most beneficial to me, this one had the best camera on the market. It doesn't. The camera on my Iphone 4s is superior. I have a terminally ill child and being able to capture photos of him is VERY important. I apologize if I am not using this fo

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Error mesage in all apps when connected to mobile data

Tuesday 07th of January 2014 /
I have just purchased a Sony Xperia Z10.1 tablet Originally using Android 4.2 but upgraded now to 4.3I had hoped that my problem would be solved with the upgrade but no so.When connecting to mobile date I get the error message ERR_TUNNEL_CONNECTION_FAILED. This does not occur when using WiFiI read up on this on the web and apparently it is not uncommon and been apparent in Google products for several years but there does not appear to be a definitive fix for this.It actually occurs intermittently in all operating systems using Chrome but appears to be related to the port settings in the operating system or rather Chromes acceptance of a single port for communications- Port 443 - I presume that the same port is relevant for all communications from apps in Android using mobile date as I get no connections to anythingI would like to know how I get to the network protoculs to adjust port settings in Android or better a way that this can be resolved without the need to experiment

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