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Old 11-13-2012, 08:52 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by kevinp View Post
I think this is just meant as a media player device. You plug it into your computer and copy video files to it. Then you can plug it into your TV and it will show up just like my WD TV Media Player. Just because it says "Android" doesn't mean you can install apps on it. It lists a slew of different video formats, but doesn't say anything about epub, text, doc, rtf, etc.
It gives you access to the App Store... it runs Android 4.0.1 (it says so)... the OP says just D/L the eReader of your choice... various screens in various places show it with assorted Apps on the screen so why wouldn't you be able to install apps???

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