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Old 08-06-2012, 09:28 AM   #65
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Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: ENGLAND - HONG KONG
Device: a dead as PARROT Kindle keyboard 3G,NEXUS 7 and Proud Of It
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Originally Posted by jocampo View Post
Well, kind of ... not super cheap in my opinion, but a fair price for being new. I paid $249.00

I just bought one, yesterday. I do not want to hi jack this thread, but would like to hear opinions of people who already own a Nexus 2.

I was impressed because it's weight, very light, and of course, is a full Android experience.

I do not care too much about the SD card slot or remote control capabilities although it is really nice (got it work for me Uverse TV)

I find the Kindle for Android margins kind of too big and resolution ok for reading, not fantastic.

Should I return it? I kind of feel it was an impulse buy. I wonder if I should wait and get the Nexus 7. But don't like the idea of not having flash and not having a complete landscape experience. I've also read some comments about few screen and software issues when they received theirs.
FLASH WEBSITES ON THE NEXUS 7

My advice would be to exchange it for a nexus 7.You wont have any problems with screens going into landscape mode and as for it not being able to play FLASH web pages there is a answer to that and its called - FIREFOX BETA
As to faulty devices there have been only a few ,just like any new product there will be a few bad ones that slip through the quality control until they sort out production.

HOW TO ENABLE FLASH ON NEXUS 7
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xpn603oZbIQ

FIREFOX BETA
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...fox_beta&hl=en

The Easy way to get flash 11.1 onto your NEXUS is to type in on your nexus web search browser - FLASH 11.1 APK .choose the top web page and download the APK file from the link . DON'T waste your time trying to download it from the google play store.
http://androidadvices.com/download-l...hones-tablets/


Installing Adobe flash 11.1 also allows the added benefit of the stock chrome web browser to play some websites like VIMEO which it could not do before.

How to Install Flash on the Nexus 7 and Other Jelly Bean Devices
http://www.howtogeek.com/120277/how-...-bean-devices/

FIREFOX BETA can run flash based web pages if you install ADOBE FLASH PLAYER 11 via download or side loaded(USB) onto the NEXUS 7.

I have tested all of these flash based web pages and most of them work using firefox beta + adobe flash 11.1 .
http://www.ebizmba.com/articles/best-flash-sites

With the NEXUS 7 where there is a will -there is a way

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