Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Atma, Jun 28, 2012.
At the Play Store. Describes how to use the Nexus 7 tablet running Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).
Thanks for this. Just a little something extra to keep us all entertained for a short while until our N7's show up.
You're welcome. Its an interesting read. By the time mine arrives I'll have forgotten it all.
Lol'd at the first review of the manual by this guy
You'll have a chance to draw out that entertainment. There are a few sections that just say "content to come later", so I assume there will be updates.
The suspense is killing me! I can't wait to learn how to change the wallpaper!
You don't just jump straight into changing wallpapers. Please make sure you've read the health and safety instructions thoroughly before attempting such an advanced maneuver.
Another way to kill time: The Android 4.1 SDK is now available, so you can make an emulator with a 800x1280 screen and pretend it is a nexus (rather bare of all the nexus apps though .
I also had to make a symlink from /usr/lib/libGL.so.1 to /usr/lib/libGL.so on my fedora 17 system (and run ldgonfig) to get the emulator to find the opengl library and give the emulated display something approaching reasonable speed.
Finally started to read this thing. Google is in serious need of a proofreader or two. (And I'm even skipping and skimming!) Lots of stuff in there will confuse the first time tablet owner and first time Android user.
Is there any way someone can email me a copy of the guidebook? I'm currently deployed in Afghanistan and can't access Google Play Books.
Hi Steph. PM me your email and i'll get it to you.
Thanks for your service. :congrats:
...you can start by steaming the old paper so you can peel it off easier
You guys rock. -all of you!
Yeah, I have to admit that I had that thing read up long before mine arrived.
Yeah, me too.
I also want to throw a scout out to bring, thanks.