|08-11-2010, 04:03 AM||#16|
Join Date: May 2010
Device: Kobo Aura, Nokia Lumia 920 (Freda)
|08-11-2010, 04:28 AM||#17|
What Title ?
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Bavaria Germany
Device: HTC Sensation 4G (ICS), Nexus 7b (KK), Transformer Prime (JB)
Android up to and including 2.2 was not intended for tablets, so no tablet running Android is any responsibility for Google. That was my point. Android 3 will be the first version of Android designed to support tablets.
The Dell Streak smartphone is definitely an oddball, too big for a smartphone and too small for a tablet. Dell is an OHA member, so at least Market is an authorized application on the Dell Streak smartphone.
The latest firmware for my SmartQ V7 tablet came with Market preinstalled, but Google blocks it's use in Market, apparently due to the device having a phony IMEI. It still works great even though it makes getting apps a little more complicated.
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