Please find below an archive of useful Android applications.
1. Dolphin HD Web Browser v4.2.0_6021.apk
2. Angry Birds Rio .apk
3. GPS Test .apk
4. VideoBox YouTube & Vimeo player .apk
5. QuickOffice .apk
6. YouTube 1.6.21 .apk
Please visit here for the latest version of this archive.
As a few firmware gurus are now working on Honeycomb firmware for the Flytouch 3, apad.tv has teamed up with it's forum sponsors to host a competition for the creation and release of the first Honeycomb Firmware.
The prize is currently set as a 10" Android 2.2 $250+ unspecified tablet computer (not a Flytouch3 or compatible) and a prize winning printed color certificate. The winning firmware will need to be a reasonably working, reasonably functional stable custom rom of Android
The Elf II has arrived. I ordered it from Dealsprime.com. They were kind enough to include an EU usb charger because Ainol does not give one with the Elf. Ainol gives you the USB cable that you can plug in a PC and charge the battery that way but it is only 500mA, the separate USB charger outputs 2000mA so it charges the Elf 4 times faster.
The box had only a few contents: the Elf II, USB OTG cable, USB data/charger cable, headphones. That's it. For the price I didn't expect more.
A few days ago I had the pleasure of getting a new Superpad 2, also known as the Flytouch 3. The first thing you notice when you handle the Superpad 2 is the superior build quality of the casing and the plush buttons, compared to a ZT-180 1/2.
The physical build quality of the Superpad 2 is instantly visible in comparison with the generic ZT-180 style Android tablet PC. I plan to do a Superpad 2 Versus ZT-180 2 comparison in the next few days, so keep a look out for that. for now though
I have the SuperPad 2, model: disco; Android 2.2. My laptop connects to my wireless just fine, the SuperPad Wi-Fi does scanning, connecting, even as far as authenticating and then nothing. Back to scanning.
Is there any help for this or do I need to exchange the tablet?
I'm happy to bring you news of the release of the new Orphan 3D Gaming aPad-G90 Tablet computer.
The new 3D Gaming Orphan aPad-G90, features an ultra colorful high definition 7 inch touch screen display. Sporting a fast Korean Telechips 8909 800mhz processor, 256MB RAM, and running on a slick build of the Android 2.1 operating system. The resistive touch screen glides when scrolling and offers ultra fast pin point selecting, dragging and dropping of icons and buttons. Not