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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Cool North, May 18, 2011.

  1. Cool North

    Cool North Lurker
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    Hi I am the proud owner of a fly touch 111. Having some issues pairing the tablet with my PC. Really like all it can do so far but this has got me stumped. Any ideas??????
     



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  2. Roidz99

    Roidz99 Member

    several ways to do this...
    - easiests is prolly with the SD card, place it in a sd card reader on yr pc, copy over files u desire.
    - alternatively u can install wifi explorer on yr flytouch,then you can access yr flytouch on a pc trough any webbrowser
    - You can also install a ftp server on yr flytouch, then with a ftp client you can transfer files
    - another easy way is to install dropbox on android and pc.
     
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  3. Cool North

    Cool North Lurker
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    I have a Google account and when I try to download an app from the Google market it asks me to sign in when I do it gives me an option only to download the app to my phone not my fly touch 3, any way around this?
     
  4. WRMike

    WRMike Lurker

    Hello, I'm new here and new to Android. The Google Market lists a number of applications as "incompatible" with my Flytouch. I asked the Google Market Support about the issue. They said:

     
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  5. Cool North

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    I have the HTC desire hd which was on the AT&T network in the US, I bought the phone and unlocked it and activated it on the Bell network in Canada. Now AT&T sent out the upgrade to android 2.3.3 over the air and by some coincidence I was able to upgrade my phone. Downside is that before I was able to use the WiFi hotspot to tether my phone to my tablet but now I get an error message "to enable tethering on this phone contact ATT. Any suggestions on how to overcome this other than a factory reset which is not an option.
     
  6. Rabid1

    Rabid1 Android Enthusiast

    Not sure about your specific phone but there are a few thread saying you can go into system/app/ and rename or delete tether manager. I always prefer rename over delete.. I can't test this to verify for you so you might want to google it and see what you think before trying it.
     
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