Showing posts with label Tab. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tab. Show all posts

Friday, February 24, 2012

How to delete apps on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

One reason why you might want to delete to remove apps on the Samsung Galaxy Tab is to free up some space for new apps you want to check out and try. All apps that you install and add from the Android market can be removed except for apps that come pre-installed on the tablet. So apps like Blockbuster, Kindle, Slacker and movie cannot be removed as it is a part of the ROM of the device. All other Apps that you have installed and added can be removed with a few simple steps listed below.

How to remove, delete or uninstall apps on the Samsung Galaxy Tab
1. On the Home screen tap on menu
2. Select settings
3. Now choose applications
4. Tap manage applications
5. Select App you want to remove
6. Now tap the uninstall button
7. Select OK
8. You're done and the app removed

If you are using Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 there it is even simpler as you do not need to go to the app settings to remove apps

1. On the home screen tap on the Apps icon found on the right-hand side

2. Tap and hold the app you wish to remove

3. Drag the icon of the app to the red remove bin

4. Tap OK

5. You're done


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Saturday, October 29, 2011

Deals: Get a 32GB HP TouchPad For $149 at Best Buy

Best Best have made an announcement, starting Nov 1, customers are being offered a bundle deal. The tablet was originally priced at $599 but dropped to $100 during a fire sale. HP had decided to move away from the tablet business. But the way the $99 flew out the window made HP change its mind. There has been a lot of interest in the HP TouchPad with it being a decent enough device and at a low cost it makes a lot of sense. The Best Buy offer will be available from Nov 1 and these are the details. You will be able to get a HP TouchPad for $149 provided you buy a HP or Compaq Laptop, Desktop or All-in-One computer1.  Customers can get this deal online at, it will also be available at all Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile standalone stores across the US.

You would wonder where all these devices are coming from. Since the fire sale you would think that there were not many devices left lying around. Turns out there are and are being used in the pre-holiday season sale. We are sure to get to see a lot more deals and offers coming our way from tablet makes. As tables will turn out to be the hottest selling item this holiday season. 

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How to get a free BlackBerry Tablet

RIM is now trying everything possible to bolster sales of its Tablet the BlackBerry Playbook. We have read numerous reports on the net that this holiday season is going to be gadget season. People of all ages including women over 50 according to one report, all want gadgets as gifts. right on top of the list of most desired gadgets is the Tablet. Tablet computers are most prized and sought after. RIM wants to make the best of it and has now come out with an offer for the BlackBerry Playbook. Business customers who buy two will get one free. Those who buy two PlayBooks' with get one free accessory and They can choose from a black leather sleeve, a charging pad, or an six-foot HDMI cable if they participate in the promotion. The offer runs only in the US and Canada and devices must be purchased for an authorized reseller. Offer ends Dec 31, 2011.

With this offer BlackBerry wants to make the most of this holiday season and increase sales. They have also said that rumors that the company wants to move away from the Table industry are false and that they are highly committed to the tablet industry. 

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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Aakash - World's Cheapest Tablet Computer

India is launching what it's calling the world's cheapest tablet computer. Called 'Aakash' meaning Sky the tab will be sold at a subsided cost to students for $35 and later be sold in retails stores for $45. One of the chief uses of the device will be to help eradicate poverty in villages in India. It is being manufactured in India by Datawind a UK based manufacturing company. The tablet has been jointly developed by DataWind and Indian Institute of Technology - Rajasthan. 

The Tablet uses Google Android and uses resistive LCD display rather that full touchscreen. Future versions would include a cell phone connection as well. The device actually costs nearly $50 – the government is paying 2,250 rupees each for the first 100,000 batch of them. Previously referred to as the Sakshat tablet, it’s now being called “Aakash,” or “sky.” This will go a long way in helping the rural poor because of the device's simplicity and portability. it can reach people in remote villages much more easily and give them a feel of a computing device and its uses. The Tablet developed by the government of India will be called Aakash for students and Ubislate for retail consumers. It is also being called the $35 tablet. 

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