What tablet are you using ... that is ... something lie "Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1". Someone could move your question into the appropriate forum or you could visit ... http://androidforums.com/ ... and look it up in the Tablet table (the second table).
Last edited by Thom; August 6th, 2013 at 12:44 PM.
I've tried Ivona and SVox on a KIRF Galaxy Note and a Lenovo P700i. They don't work. Ivona has something about "Missing resource" and Svox just refuses to run completely, on both phones. No problem on a real Samsung though. The fake Galaxy Note didn't come with any TTS at all, and the Lenovo came with Pico, but only for Mandarin.
Originally Posted by pewe
Thanks for your efforts Thom.
I have dropped the supplier an e-mail - but suppliers in China do take their time responding so I'll wait patiently and see what comes back.
I don't think Shenzhen Ampe particularly cares or will be interested TBH.....that's how it is. I used to have an Ampe A76 tablet, and it was rather crap. Gave it away in the end, along with the phony Samsung.
Chinese Android strikes again.
The People's Guide to Android in the People's Republic.
Honorary Grand Poobah Shenzhen University English Corner. http://welcometomychina.tumblr.com/ There are nine million bicycles in Beijing.
There are nine million Androids in Shenzhen.
Last edited by mikedt; August 6th, 2013 at 09:07 PM.
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