If you just have an android 2.2 version Dropad A8X in hand and it happens that you want to upgrade it to android 2.3, you might be interested in what is talking about here. Before any furtherance on the upgrading steps, hit the link here to download the upgrading firmware.
1. Uncompress the compressed folder that you have downloaded on your PC.
2. Prepare a micro SD card, and transfer u-boot-config_fused.bin to the new card.
3. Insert this micro SD card to the micro SD card slot on the right side of the tablet.
4. Press Power and Volume Up buttons simultaneously till the upgrading notice shows on the display. The device will shut down automatically after … Continue
Well, the aggressive and ambitious new tablet PC maker, TOP, has now unveiled its second tablet, RK2918-processing Tpad 701 after its first attempt, A9-based Tpad 700 sporting features like 7 inch touchscreen, 512MB of RAM DDR2, android 2.2, bluetooth, WiFi and 3G support and pricing at only 699 yuan ($108.5) for a 8G model. Tpad 701 differs from its predecessor in several key aspects.
Molded in the same size, Tpad 701 also has a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen possibly with two-finger touch, but comes with more advanced android 2.3 Gingerbread and 512MB of DDR3. With the hot chip RK2918 as processor, there is no problem for Tpad 701 offers support for 1080p video playback decoding and flash 10.2. … Continue
We take it as granted that the best ratio for 7-inch tablet PC is 16:9 and 8 inchers 4:3, but have you ever seen a 7 incher with a ratio of 4:3? Well, that would be something of my great interest since I have a compulsive obsession for ration 4:3 and I would like that this ratio find its way on a portable 7 inch tablet PC. Now here it comes, Yuandao N10, which confounds me at first sight but enthralls me with my increasing familiarity with it.
Yuandao N10 features with a 1 GHz dual-core RK2918 CPU, android 2.3, 512 MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, a 7 inch capacitive five-finger touch display … Continue
Odds are that you may have seen not a few smartphones of 4.3 inch but rarely see a tablet with such a size. Though utterly portable, a 4.3-inch tablet can hardly win the heart of customers, which is unable to deliver comfortable performances like net surfing, video watching or games playing due to obvious reason. Apparently, Chuwi thinks this differently. J4Wifi, the newly-leaked product of Chuwi, majorly a music player manufacturer, is going to set a record of minimum size for tablet PCs.
Up till now little info about the specs of Chuwi J4Wifi is known to the public, except that J4Wifi will come with Android 2.3, a mainstream level of CPU and DDR 2, good … Continue
It is always good to see a new stuff come out as planned, and now Philips’ first android tablet, dubbed as GoGear Connect 7 (also C7 for short), shows up at a time it promised, later June. Remember the first time we got to know this tablet and the specs details a month ago? On the occasion of the press conference in Beijing, Philips officially announced this 7-inch android 2.3 tablet, labeled a modest pricetag, 2199 yuan.
The first sight of C7 sparks no surprise, but the simple design stands scrutiny, elegant white shell with high gloss metallic materials. Nothing can be spotted on the sleek back except the conspicuous logo of Philips GoGear Connect. … Continue
ZTE is reported to be working on a new tablet PC and will bring out a new member of ZTE’s tablet PC family of Light. Named as ZTE Light Plus, this new device, as the moniker hints, is actually an enhanced edition of its brethren, Light Tab. Running Android version of Gingerbread (android 2.3.3), Light Plus is slated to be available in Europe first with a retailing price of 250 euros, the same price level with ZTE Light Tab. Well, the less competitive tablet market in Europe indeed offers better earth to nurture new breed.
ZTE Light Plus, though packed the same display with Light Tab, a 7 inch touchscreen with 800*480 in resolution, has undergone some … Continue
The specs for Skyworth M6 were revealed as early as April with no further info about release date since. Presumably, Skyworth M6 has been waiting for a more mature RK2918 firmware whose developers apparently took their time to hammer out their work. Now words come that this android 2.3 tablet will meet customers soon with a reasonable price. With 1680 yuan, Skyworth M6 offers a 1GHz RK2918 processor, android 2.3, an 8-inch capacitive five-finger touchscreen with resolution 1024*768.
Skyworth M6 is proud of its display which purportedly offers wide viewing angle up to 80°. Fine, as for the real visual effect, we have to wait for the final model. There are three Android common touch keys on the … Continue
It is still hard to wrap off the mysterious cover of Philips’ first tablet PC named as GoGear Connect 7 though several spy shots have already been revealed to the public. Based on the leaked shots, GoGear Connect 7 has a 7-inch touchscreen just as its moniker suggests, and there is a front-facing camera at the upper part of the screen but we do not know how much pixel this camera is. Instead of android Honeycomb, GoGear Connect 7 will run android 2.3 Gingerbread with processor unknown still.
GoGear Connect 7 takes a very simple, crisp and clean design, painted with elegant white varnish in the main part just like many Philips phones look like. On … Continue
The feature of video conferencing has been the long-awaited expectation of android tablet users, who hope that the front-facing camera is not just a negligible ornament but means something. Now Ramos’s strategic partnership with wireless development division of Tencent has brought this into reality and the first fruit they jointly generate is to enable Ramos W12, an android 2.3 tablet, to do video chat.
The 8 inch Ramos W12 is powered by Rockchip 2918 processor, which somehow corresponds an unnamed RK2918-based tablet capable of QQ video chat spotted on the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2011. But the looks of the two render this presumption impossible. Ramos W12 takes a unique design with curved lines on … Continue
Freescale Imx515 chipset is popular for its capability of sporting smooth online flash playback and maintaining stable performance for the tablet but is also infamous for the intermittent bugs. Comprehensively speaking, the merit of Freescale chipset outweighs the demerit, hence the prevailing popularity. Now that android 2.2 tablet PCs based on Freescale iMX515 have been so widespread, it is high time to intro an android 2.3 version.
The good thing for low-end tablet is that they become more and more well-made in construct as well as in design judging from the look and feel. This android 2.3 Freescale tablet is bestowed a better coat compared with its siblings. The sleek black front and delicate white back … Continue