dbailey64 wrote:Roebeet, I bought a Sandisk 16GB SDHC SD Class 4 Flesh Memory Card on Ebay and it is too large for the slot. I thought I was buying the same card you were using (16GB instead of 32GB). Where did I go wrong? What can I buy that will fit the tiny slot on the Gtab? Thanks.
Apologies - it's a microSD, not a SDHC (someone else mentioned this). I hope I linked to my Amazon purchase so that way it was confirmed what I bought (I know I did that either here or on XDA, not too long ago).
This is what I have, it's actually a class 2 (but seems to act like a class 4): http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003WGJYCY/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_2?pf_rd_p=486539851&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe-1&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B003OA8T92&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=0302RR62V3ZRB3FNYH9N
tritis wrote:I'm having an issue when viewing the screen. I feel as though at slight angles (not that large, just slightly tilted) the screen looks like it's trying to display a 3d image. Like if I had some special glasses I would be seeing depth, but that obviously shouldn't be the case. It's actually very close to the feeling of looking at the Nintendo 3DS screen (that does 3d without glasses).
Is the viewing angle just that restrictive? or is something up with my tablet? It makes it very hard to read text.
Another issue is that VEGANTab seems to have decided to reset all my user data (perhaps when the battery died?) I lost all settings and market installed software. Is this a VEGAN issue? Did anyone else experience a reset like this?
Yes, this is (unfortunately) common with the viewing angles. This happens in portrait, specifically.
Tmk, a forced data wipe like that is not normal on VEGAn. There might have been some corruption in there, if you had never wiped before. If it happens again, you might want to consider a SD repartition in clockworkmod (see XDA for details on that). I believe a few Woot! users have already needed to do that.
As for Skype and Email, I'm honestly not too sure - you might want to post them up on XDA (when it comes to specific apps, I know about the ones I use - for email, I never use attachments and I've never used Skype on the GTAB).
LoganFive wrote:Holy posts batman1 it ttok me this long to get through these posts.
Maybe if enough people sent Roebeet a donation, he could buy a Xoom or even IPad2? ( ;) just kidding, no flames please) or he could afford a vacation-even better.
I am on Android overload, received my G-Tab the same week I bought my LG Optimus V. Between here and the Android forums my brain is fried. Like some people here, i started long ago in the late 70's with my Trash-80 II and Timex Sinclair w/16K upgrade mod.I've hacked/modded all types since the, but this type of programming in some ways seems less intuitive than other's structures from the past. that just means I'mma gonna enjoy this more! I'm thinking it just might be a plan to go and clicks Roebeet's name and use his posts, as a "Roebeet's dummies guide to Rooting/Modding your G-Tab."
Roebeet, coming from a guy who understands doing more work for no pay after work for pay is over, just for the accomplishment and satisfaction of helping others, my hats off to you my friend!
One use I plan for this I haven't seen mentioned is pairing this with an OBD-II reader and an app like dashcommand or Torque. has anyone done this? Is there anything inherent in running such apps, or using that hardware that one ROM or another would be best suited for?
Thanks to the community, this is gonna make a big difference sitting at dialysis for 3+ hours! If you know anyone who has to do the same, and most likely can't afford an IPad2, point them to the G-Tab, and maybe help them get it up to speed. I bet they'll appreciate and get plenty of use out of it and your help!
I actually have a Xoom. :O Got in on that great Moto price mistake, last month (see XDA or Fat Wallet on that one). I'm still waiting for the Xoom to impress me - it's got a nice screen, I'll give it that. But it still needs some work in other areas.
As for donations, I'm a big music fan and my donations have accrued enough for me to actually buy a turntable (yes, a turntable!). Came today and I am LOVING it! It's a Audio Technica ATLP120 and, typical me, I got it on a one-day sale at J&R. My old vinyl sounds wonderful on it and is actually better than some of the CD versions.