Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7"memory upgrade 3g
Posted 17 September 2012 - 04:53 AM
1. All of the places selling the 16gb version of this tablet are much (more than $100) more expensive than the 8gb. I think they come bundled with other things. Is there a way to upgrade the tablet's memory? I am not really sure if I need more than 8gb but I have found from the past that things like memory size give a digital device a longer useful life.
2. Can this base model use a USB 3G dongle to get the service? Would I be better off using a mobile hot spot than to get a usb 3g dongle?
3. This does support flash, doesn't it?
The web is a wonderful place but it quickly becomes like a roadside point of interest - quickly littered with all kinds of garbage I wish there was a www mandate to date all articles and posts.
Posted 18 September 2012 - 06:14 PM
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Posted 31 December 2012 - 12:29 AM
I also observe that is is much easier for children to learn something new. Because our days whenever you buy - it is necessary to read user's manual, sometimes for 100 pages.
We just got a Tab 2 7" for my 3 yr old grandson for his b-day .......... we are all now learning Droid together :-) .......... be interesting to see how intuitive he is learning to use it as well, since it will be his world !
Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:37 AM
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Posted 07 May 2013 - 01:31 PM
1 I have the 16gb model an have added a 16gb micro sd card for docs, photos, music and videos. The photo slideshow stutters when playing a large number of photos though. Think this might be because they are on the sd card which is slower to access than the internal memory.
2 I bought a OTG cable of the internet. It works with USB memory sticks, not sure about 3g dongles though. You could always use a mifi device.
3 My tablet runs 4.1. When I have tried to install fllash it tells me my device doesn't support flash. Not sure if there is a way to put flash on it without routing it.
My bigest problem with the tablet is the quality of the case which has developed a crack near the headphone socket. I have never dropped the tablet so do not know how this happened.
Hope this helps.
Posted 21 May 2013 - 03:14 AM
Smart phones are very useful for the kids. Kids can learn many things in easy steps with fun.