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Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 12:19pm On May 25, 2013
Here's to Address all questions n enquiries u have about any thing on phones and tablet on aandroid platform...let keep the questions rolling...

Buh first let's use this as a standard for all android base phones and tablet....PLS. TAKE HAVD A PEN & NOTE IN UR JOT ER SO YOU CAN REFER TO IT IN FUTURE SO U WON'T ASK 1 ? 2TIMES.

So far, I have reviewed quite a few
Android tablets
and received overwhelming
response. Choosing the
a tablet with the best price to
performance ratio is
not an easy task even with detailed
reviews at hand.
I have decided to write a guide
that will help you to
choose the best Android tablet or
phone.
without risk of over simplification,
we can safely
assume that an Android tablet or
phone has the
following critical subsystems
1. Processors (CPU + GPU)
2. User Interface (Touch screen
and buttons)
3. Memory (RAM, ROM, NAND,
External Storage)
4. Communications (WiFi,
Bluetooth, phone)
5. Ports and interface (USB,
HDMI)
6. Sensors and location
(Accelerometer, GPS)
7. Power (Battery, voltage control,
charger interface)
8. Casing (the case that holds
everything)
All of these systems need work
together in harmony
to give you a great Android
experience. Let us start
with the processor.
1. Processors (CPU + GPU)
Android tablets and phones
normally run on CPUâ
€™s based on ARM architecture
and are SOC or
system on a chip. A SOC is an
integrated circuit that
integrates all components of a
computer or other
electronic systems into a single
chip (from
Wikipedia). A typical SOC inside
an Android tablet or
phone has
a. The CPU
b. The GPU (graphics processing
unit)
c. The VPU (vector processing unit)
d. L1 and L2 cache
e. RAM Interface
f. Video coding and decoding
engines
g. HDMI interface
Some SOCs like Qualcomm
MSM7227T also
contain modem processor and cell
phone network
connectivity modules.
What to look for in the CPU?
Ideally you should look for a SOC
with the highest
clock speed. The CPU component of
the SOC is used
to measure the clock speed. For
example, if I am
asked to choose between two
devices, one with 800
MHz CPU and another with a 1000
MHz CPU, I will
choose the higher one. But things
get a bit
complicated with multi core CPU.
If I have to choose
between a 1 GHz dual core CPU and
a single core 1.5
GHz CPU, I will choose the 1 GHz
dual core CPU.
By the way, there are NO CPU for
tablets or phones
with 3 cores. So the
advertisements you see for
Mercury mTAB or any other tablet
that claims “3
core†CPU’s are false and
misleading. These
companies are clubbing the CPU
+GPU+VPU inside
the SOC to claim multi-core CPUs.
Any CPU below
Cortex A9 is single core.
arm-processors
Here are some CPU you will find
1. Qualcomm MSM7XXX family
(MSM7227T,
MSM7627T)
2. Telechip TCC family (TCC8803,
TCC 8902)
3. Rockchip family (RK28XX,
RK29XX)
4. Samsung (S5PV210, Exynos)
5. VIA Wondermedia family
(WM86XX, WM85XX)
6. Amlogic family (AM8XXX)
7. Freescale family (iMX5xxx)
8. TI OMAP family
9. Nvidia Tegra family
10. Vimicro family (VCxxx)
11. Allwinner
12. Ingenic family (XBurst)
13. Renesas family
After extensive benchmarking with
Quadrant,
Linpack, GL Benchmark the
knowledgeable folks at
XDA, Slatedroid and few other
forums have found
that the best CPU for
android-games
For 2D Games and graphics (by
best scores)
1. Samsung S5pv210
2. AmLogic AML 8726
3. Tegra 2 and TI OMAP
For 3D games and graphics (by
best scores)
1. Samsung S5pv210 and Tegra 2
2. Rockchip RK29XX
3. AM Logic AML-8726
For optimum battery life (by best
scores)
1. Renesas EV2
2. Tegra 2
3. Samsung S5PV210 and RK29XX
**The benchmarks were run on
tablets running
Android 2.3
From the ranking above it is clear
that Samsung
S5PV210 is the best all round CPU
available in the
market.
2. User Interface
touchscreen
The screen is the most interacted
and visible part of
a tablet or phone. If the screen is
not good, it does
not matter if the tablet or phone
has the most
cutting edge fastest CPU on the
planet, it will still
suck and you will be frustrated
enough to pull some
crazy violent acts on it. In brief,
having a high
quality , responsive screen is a
must.
Touch screen
Tablets and phones come with two
types of touch
screens
1. Resistive
2. Capacitive
The resistive screens are cheap
and have single
point of touch. They are not very
responsive and you
have to use a stylus to interact
with it. In two
words , avoid it.
Capacitive also known as multi
touch screen are the
ones where you can use multiple
fingers to interact
with the device. They are smooth
and responsive
and you can pinch and zoom and
use your fingers to
swipe and do other cool things on
the screen. Not all
capacitive screens are made equal,
a lot depends
upon the LCD, the chipsets and
sensors used to
make the panel. Capacitive screens
can be divided
in to
1. 2 finger touch
2. 3 finger touch
4. 5 finger touch
5. 10 finger touch
Ideally you should go for tablets
with screens that
support 3 finger touch or more.
The screen and
onscreen graphics should move
smoothly when you
swipe across them, photos should
pinch and zoom
smoothly when you interact with
them, if they do
not, I suggest you look for other
tablets.
Resolution
The higher the better, a 7 inch
screen with
1024×600 is better than a 7 inch
screen with
800×480. But higher resolution
also means tiny
icons, buttons and graphics. High
resolution is good
when you have to read a lot of
texts on web pages
and you like your texts to be ultra
crisps. Higher
resolution also means slightly
slower performance
and more memory consumption.
Look for 800×480, 800×600 and
1024×600
resolutions in 7 and 8 inch tabs.
For 9 and 10 inch
tabs the minimum you should
expect is 1024×600.
PPI
PPI stands for pixels per inch, the
higher the better.
Do not settle for anything less
than 144 PPI.
Buttons
The hardware buttons comes in
two varieties
1. feather touch buttons
2. hard buttons.
If your tablet has hard buttons,
make sure they are
sturdy. You have to touch them and
press them a
few times to check the quality.
Viewing angle
The wider the viewing angle the
better it is. If a
tablet’s screen has a narrow
viewing angle, you
have to hold it straight in front of
your eyes to watch
the content displayed on the
screen, this can be
very uncomfortable when you are
lying down.
3. Memory
micro-sd
You can not have enough of it. Run
a lot of apps or
open too many tabs in the browser
and pretty soon
you will run out of memory. But you
can not have
unlimited amounts of it, so you
have to hit for the
maximum you can get.
RAM
Like any computer, this is the
primary memory for a
tablet. The more the merrier. High
end tablets come
with 1 GB RAM. Tablets with 2 GB
RAM is also
around the corner. Android tablets
typically use NP
DDR SDRAM or LP DDR2 SDRAM.
The LP DDR2
SDRAM is better, faster and has a
higher throughput
and the cost difference is not
much.
Do not buy tablets with less than
512 MBÂ RAM.
The performance of tablets with
RAM lower than 512
MB RAM is awful. It will be slow,
you will often
encounter “insufficient
memory†messages
and applications will close or hang
quite frequently.
NAND / eMMC ROM
This is the memory that contains
the actual Android
operating system, drivers, system
apps, settings
etc. Actually the ROM (Read only
memory) is a
misnomer, since you can read from
and write to this
memory. The more space you have
the better it is.
Do not settle for anything less
than 4GB. I have
encountered tablets where they
use micro SD cards
as internal memory.
External Storage
Most tablets support external
storage cards of up to
32 GB. However there are some
tablets, that can
only support external cards of up
to 16 GB. I would
suggest you to go for tablets that
support the
highest capacity.
4. Communications
communications-antenna
A tablet can have multiple mediums
to
communicate with other devices
and networks.
WiFi
A tablet should support at least
802.11 b/g
standards. Those are the most
common WiFi
standards in use and will be so for
the near future.
The quality of the WiFi connection
and signal
depends on the hardware and the
firmware. Some
custom ROM’s or even factory
ROM’s are
buggy and will drop connections or
give lesser
speeds. More often than not it is
fixable by updating
the firmware. Check the WiFi
connectivity of a tablet
thoroughly, before buying.
Phone
Not all tablets come with phone
capabilities. If you
do not want to use 3G USB dongles
and still want to
access the internet not in range of
any WiFi
connection, you need to have a
tablet that supports
SIM cards and
a.GPRS (2G)
b.EDGE (2G)
c.HSUPA, HSDPA (3G)
d.UMTS / WCDMA (3G)
Almost all high end tablets support
them. But you
will be hard pressed to find a
budget tablet that
supports all of the above
standards.
Bluetooth
This is not an essential feature but
it is required if
you want to transfer files among
tablets, phones
and other devices running
different operating
systems without resorting to
setting up web servers
to do transfers. It can also be
used to control other
devices that support Bluetooth
enabled remotes or
to connect a Bluetooth keyboard
and mouse to your
tablet.
If a tablet has phone connectivity,
it is better to
have Bluetooth too. This will enable
you to connect
Bluetooth headphones and use
them while
answering or making calls. You
really do not want to
pick up and talk in to a 7 inch or 10
inch slate while
holding it up to your ear. It not
only looks ridiculous
but will also tire your arms pretty
quick.
5. Ports and Interfaces
android-tablet-ports
Try to avoid tablets with
proprietary ports and stick
to tablets with USB or Mini USB
ports. Sadly, many
high end tablets like Samsung
Galaxy Tab use
proprietary ports for charging,
data transfer and
video output. If you are buying a
budget tab, I
suggest you steer clear of
proprietary ports.
USB Ports
Look for tablets that support USB
2.0 or above ports,
USB OTG, Mini USB ports. That
way you do not have
to spend on buying port converters
or docks. USB
OTG / HOSTÂ enables you to
connect your tablet to
your computer and copy data to it
just like you
would on a thumb drive. USB OTG/
HOSTÂ ports are
also needed when you want to
connect 3G USB
dongles, external wired keyboards,
mouse, thumb
drives and external hard disks to
your tablet.
Audio Socket
A tablet will also have a 3.5 mm
audio socket to
connect head phones and mic, this
is a very
common feature. But you should
check the build
quality of the socket. Quality of
sound is also an
important factor, play audio files
and video files to
get a feel of the sound output
quality.
HDMI Port
Some tablets come with an inbuilt
mini HDMI port,
you can use this to view videos,
games and other
content from your tablet on an
external screen such
as an LCD TV. This is not an
essential feature, but it
is nice to have it.
6. Sensors and Location
android-sensor
Have you seen how the content on
the tablet’s
LCD screen changes orientation
when you rotate the
device. This feat is achieved by
using
accelerometers. If the
accelerometers also called G-
Sensors are not calibrated
properly you will have
hard time playing games that use
tilt based controls
or changing orientation of the
screen.
Compass
Some high end tablets have digital
compass in
them. A digital compass shows your
position in
reference to the four cardinal
directions. This can
than be used to plot a route using
the inbuilt GPS.
Budget tablets will not have them.
Proximity
It detects the presence of objects
near the screen.
For example , if you are talking on
the phone by
holding it to your ear, the screen
will shut off to
avoid accidental press of on screen
buttons and the
subsequent disruption of the on
going call. It can
also be used to dim or put the
device and screen on
standby when not in use or nobody
is near it. You
will not find these in budget
tablets and even in
many high end tablets.
Barometer
A barometer helps the GPS of your
tablet to get a
better and faster fix on your
location by finding the
height of your current location. If
you are serious
about using your tablet for
navigation purpose, you
should want this in your tablet. You
will not find this
in budget tablets and even in many
high end
tablets.
Light
The ambient light sensor in a
tablet helps it to
conserve battery by dimming or
enhancing the
brightness of the screen depending
upon the
surrounding light. This is not a
common feature in
budget tabs and not essential.
GPS
This helps your tablet to find your
present location
and use it as a navigation tool. If
you want to use
your tablet as a map or want to use
Google Maps or
any other map and navigation
software, the tablet
must have GPS in it.
7. Power
android-power
Capacity of batteries in mobile
phones and tablets is
measured in mAh, the more mAh
you have the
better it is. Do not go for tablets
with less than 3000
mAh batteries. For 10 inch tablets
the minimum
should be 4000 mAh. Higher mAh
means more
battery life between charges.
Apart from the mAh ,
the running and charging voltage is
critical in
getting the most battery life.
A 3000 mAh battery discharging
at 3.7v will last
longer than a 4500 mAh battery
discharging at 7.5v.
Most budget tablets run at 7.5, so
the batteries run
out faster. In brief, go for the
highest mAh and the
lowest voltage. For a 7 inch go for
3500 mAh or
more running at 3.7v and for 10
inch go for 4500
mAh or more running at 3.7v.
8. Casing
Always go for sturdy casing, the
build quality should
not be cheap. The casing should
feel sold. Ideally, a
tablet with aluminum casing is the
best. But they
tend to be costlier. Handle the
tablet, turn it around
in your hands, press it, feel it,
shake it and you will
have a pretty good idea about itâ
€™s build quality.
Conclusion.
I left out cameras, since they are
not a critical factor
while choosing a tablet, I may be
wrong and
individual preferences vary, if
there are many
requests to include camera types,
I will put them in
this guide.
You can use this as guide a general
guideline while
you are at the electronics shop or
you are reading
through the specification list of
tablets or phones. I
hope this guide helps you to make
an informed
decision on buying android tablets

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Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by ideology(m): 11:44am On May 26, 2013
hello pals, am using Samsung galaxy pocket, pls just yesterday, the apps that use data such as yahoo, what'sapp and others stopped working only opera, pls what could be the cause?
thanks
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 3:29pm On May 26, 2013
ideology: hello pals, am using Samsung galaxy pocket, pls just yesterday, the apps that use data such as yahoo, what'sapp and others stopped working only opera, pls what could be the cause?
thanks

Check ur data setting...did u change sims or may b it was network problem cos opera uses a data trime-down socket dat reduce data, so even when ur network access is limited to 1kilobyte per/second, opera wil stil go tru may just take longer.
Try using other network & let me know how far

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Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by jay4genius: 9:26pm On May 26, 2013
boss solomon, i hail! Our thread z finaly bak. I got ur number from ur signature. Dnt u tink it will cool if u posted dat guideline here. I tink it wil help people undastand android tabs wela and giv dem a basis for askin deir questns. Meanwhile, what are the diffrent inches in which a tab can come
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 12:11am On May 27, 2013
jay4genius: boss solomon, i hail! Our thread z finaly bak. I got ur number from ur signature. Dnt u tink it will cool if u posted dat guideline here. I tink it wil help people undastand android tabs wela and giv dem a basis for askin deir questns. Meanwhile, what are the diffrent inches in which a tab can come

7, 8, 9, 9.7 & 10inches respectively
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by ANAgency(m): 1:01am On May 27, 2013
Solomon, thanks for the good job you are doing. I will posting links of tabs i want to purchase & resell. Thanks.
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by jay4genius: 6:01am On May 27, 2013
A.N Agency:
Solomon, thanks for the good job you are doing. I will posting links of tabs i want to purchase & resell. Thanks.
You were the same person i had a problem with in "Do it yourself guide season 2" now you still want to cause mayhem here. You do you like being spoonfed the title of this thread states that "You should drop your questions about android tablets" it never said that you should drop links for review. For once in your life, learn how to fish so that you wont be a liability to others. Take your time, ask questions, and learn how to identify a good tablet yourself!!

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Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by ANAgency(m): 9:14am On May 27, 2013
jay4genius: You were the same person i had a problem with in "Do it yourself guide season 2" now you still want to cause mayhem here. You do you like being spoonfed the title of this thread states that "You should drop your questions about android tablets" it never said that you should drop links for review. For once in your life, learn how to fish so that you wont be a liability to others. Take your time, ask questions, and learn how to identify a good tablet yourself!!

Mr know it all. Thank youuu.
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by jay4genius: 4:07am On May 28, 2013
boss solo, i want to get clarified on something. Is ROM also referred to as "follow come or inbuilt memory?" coz i have heard dis term bein used to refer to the memory of devices. what z the least ROM size a good tab should have? @A.Agency, am sory if i sounded harsh. Dnt wory, i wil personaly do my best to review your links and give u reasons too. Peace
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 7:25am On May 28, 2013
jay4genius: boss solo, i want to get clarified on something. Is ROM also referred to as "follow come or inbuilt memory?" coz i have heard dis term bein used to refer to the memory of devices. what z the least ROM size a good tab should have? @A.Agency, am sory if i sounded harsh. Dnt wory, i wil personaly do my best to review your links and give u reasons too. Peace

ro is just one of the various memoris of any tablet like you know ram, rom is the inbuilt-memory of that tablet. there are tablet with different types of rom, buh Nand-flash id the best of all and 4gb upward is better in case you dont have cash to buy extra 8gb or 16gb u can stil flex your app and games on it.
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 7:30am On May 28, 2013
and to the guy who mailed me about what budget-android means...low-cost android, its just same as "not ipad, galaxy or google expensive tablets" meaning you want an android but you have a specific amount you dont want to go above and you know is cant buy an ipad. so you say, "i want a budget android tablet" meaning...low-cost tabs.
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by Ekpees: 1:40pm On May 28, 2013
Please sir how do u prevent background apps from conecting to internet without permision,thereby eating up mb and battery.
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by Cwhyte(m): 1:56pm On May 28, 2013
download droidwall
Ekpees: Please sir how do u prevent background apps from conecting to internet without permision,thereby eating up mb and battery.
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by jay4genius: 7:05pm On May 28, 2013
Thanx for the clarification boss. What if a prospective customer asks me what the name of my tablet is, What do i tell them?? and how best do i convince them that its as good as the popular brands
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 7:33pm On May 28, 2013
jay4genius: Thanx for the clarification boss. What if a prospective customer asks me what the name of my tablet is, What do i tell them?? and how best do i convince them that its as good as the popular brands

That's left for u to figure out, am nt a marketer. Am a business consultant...that's what pple pay me for...u wan pay? tongue
jay4genius: Thanx for the clarification boss. What if a prospective customer asks me what the name of my tablet is, What do i tell them?? and how best do i convince them that its as good as the popular brands

That's left for u to figure out, am nt a marketer. Am a business consultant...that's what pple pay me for...u wan pay?
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 7:35pm On May 28, 2013
Ekpees: Please sir how do u prevent background apps from conecting to internet without permision,thereby eating up mb and battery.

Get droidwall like
C-whyte said or just close dem.

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Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by jay4genius: 8:38pm On May 29, 2013
Boss solo, pls i sent u a mail, go through and reply, thanx
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by jay4genius: 9:07pm On May 29, 2013
sorry, i dnt have ur email address @ solo, i tot i saw it on ur signature. just cant find it again
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by jay4genius: 9:19pm On May 29, 2013
solomonsojay:

That's left for u to figure out, am nt a marketer. Am a business consultant...that's what pple pay me for...u wan pay? tongue

That's left for u to figure out, am nt a marketer. Am a business consultant...that's what pple pay me for...u wan pay?
lol.... i no mind mind to scratch you card oo
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 11:38am On May 30, 2013
jay4genius: lol.... i no mind mind to scratch you card oo

Didn't get ur mail o. Resend it directly to "solomonsojay -at- gmail .com"
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 9:14pm On Jun 01, 2013
Am goina be dropping info on how to upgrade, hack & modify any android phone or tablet through a pc soon...
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by oshie(m): 9:05pm On Jun 04, 2013
oga Solo,
I sent you a mail as per the specs of the tab that has firmware issues.
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by Nuel01(m): 3:18am On Jun 05, 2013
Pls can sm1 tell me hw much samsung galaxy tab 2 7.0 cost nw because sm1 told me dat its abt 49k in samsung shop nw n jumia says 53k. I want 2 get one immediately. Tanx boss solo.
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by roaringlamb01(m): 12:35pm On Jun 05, 2013
i have got an infinix tablet for sale ... 08051985616

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Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 3:51pm On Jun 05, 2013
Nuel01: Pls can sm1 tell me hw much samsung galaxy tab 2 7.0 cost nw because sm1 told me dat its abt 49k in samsung shop nw n jumia says 53k. I want 2 get one immediately. Tanx boss solo.

Ask jumia nao, am nt a marketer...u see anytin like "ask ur price here"
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by Nuel01(m): 6:15pm On Jun 05, 2013
@op, tanx. Though i didnt c were dy wrote "ask ur price here" lol. Pls i also lik d google nexus 7 bt it dos nt hv a back camera, wat do u tink abt d google nexus 7 and d samsung galaxy tab 2 p3100? Tanx 4 ur candid reply.
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by otobong085(m): 6:27am On Jun 06, 2013
gm. pls assess the "goclever m713g"
thank you.
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by Drphemmy4u: 8:13am On Jun 06, 2013
Hi Boss,pls can u guide me on hw to root my bryte 7" android tablet?tanx in advance.
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 12:24pm On Jun 06, 2013
Nuel01: @op, tanx. Though i didnt c were dy wrote "ask ur price here" lol. Pls i also lik d google nexus 7 bt it dos nt hv a back camera, wat do u tink abt d google nexus 7 and d samsung galaxy tab 2 p3100? Tanx 4 ur candid reply.

nexus is a wow, go for it
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 12:25pm On Jun 06, 2013
otobong085: gm. pls assess the "goclever m713g"
thank you.

whats that all about guy post the link or the specs for me see
Re: Android Phones & Tablet Q&A's by solomonsojay(m): 12:39pm On Jun 06, 2013
Drphemmy4u: Hi Boss,pls can u guide me on hw to root my bryte 7" android tablet?tanx in advance.

guy are sure are you its not already rooted, i know my friend own was wen we got it from dealdey....check again n let me know before you try something funnig, download root checker see.

or... do the easy step


hi
1>>install terminal emulator
2>>cd root
3>>if show permission denied { tab not root}
4>>else root=true;

if not rooted try this...
1: Download file and extract it from here: http://www.4shared.com/rar/K8M_mlY8/Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_v3.html

2: Double click the RunMe.bat and follow instructions
testify later...

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