Since Chrome for Android decided not to support Flash, here is a great and simple way to get flash on your N7. First, you will need a browser that operates with Flash. For example, Chrome for Android does not support Flash. However, our friends at Mozilla do support Flash, so ...more
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If you are looking for a simple method for rooting your Nexus I would recommend Wugfresh's Nexus Root Toolkit. You can download the toolkit here: http://www.wugfresh.com/ To start, all you need to do is simply install the drivers. After that go ahead and root away. The tool ...more
I started this thread to highlight some of the differences you will experience when using your Nexus 7. A lot of us, myself included, were using Gingerbread and Honeycomb prior to Jelly Bean. There are numerous differences that I wanted to highlight. Feel free to add to the t ...more
Hey People, my charging port has steadily become looser over the past month. Sometimes I have to tweak it in order to get my device to start recharging. Anyone else have this problem?
I saw they related Carbon for Twitter but I just read they don't have a version that works with the Nexus 7 (or tablets in general). Is this totally true?
I like the idea of having an area that we can list themes. So, this area WILL NOT include small images (or XML tweaks) but full themes. Also, if you are linking out or posting images please only use original work (aka your own work). I am looking forward to seeing how creati ...more
I need to find an HDMI adapter that will work with the Nexus 7. Any suggestions?
So, how can I re-install the bootloader on my Nexus 7?
I just turned on full disk encryption and spent a little over an hour waiting for the process to finish. My wonderful little tablet, which used to be fast, is now moving like a bloated pig. Is this the norm? Any workarounds?
Anyone out there got one? I need one that can operate in the United States and overseas across multiple frequencies. Any recommendations?
I being a big dumb-ass bought two different Palm devices. Which are not really expensive paper weights on my desk at work. However, I just saw this, which I wanted to share: How to Add Inductive Charging Capabilities to a Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Note 2, and Other Android Devic ...more
I have a nephew heading to college this summer. He is going to be a liberal arts major and plans on writing a lot. Since it is his birthday next month I was debating the merits of buying him a Nexus 7 versus a Chromebook. Any thoughts?
Taking my Nexus with me on a short weekend trip to visit the relatives. Going to ditch the laptop for a few days. I want to do some light typing while on the train and was wondering if anyone had a recommendation for a good Bluetooth keyboard that can also prop up the tablet? ...more
Hey, I recently upgraded to Jelly Bean and thought that my battery was the only thing going to take a hit. I just read that I am also screwed if I want to use Flash. True? Any easy workarounds?