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    With regards to the [PRJ] Apps2SD thread, the first few posts are still confusing. When I see things like, "Basically what I am doing..." and "do something like this" it means to stay away because the process is still not defined. I was expecting a more plain-English explanation. That, plus I'm still very confused about "how to root." I have z4root, but will not install it until I am positive I know what the steps are. So I think we still need a good 'How-To' for the rooting part that's stickied, so you can link to it whenever you refer to that. Maybe someone with their own website can collect all the related documents about rooting, the Apps2sd files and make it all available in it's final form.

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    In the meantime, I think just removing the bloatware will satisfy things; if I can figure that much out.
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    Actually rooting is very straight forward. You follow these simple steps...

    1) Install z4root
    2) Launch the app
    3) Click on the button that says "Permanent Root"

    Done.
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    Rooted with SOC
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    thanks. I might be exaggerating things. Not only am I cramming all things Android, but Visual C++ and a couple new I.T. books for my dean at the college. Plus the weather/ice, plus, plus.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Music View Post
    [snip]...I have z4root, but will not install it until I am positive I know what the steps are. So I think we still need a good 'How-To' for the rooting part that's stickied, so you can link to it whenever you refer to that. [snip]
    As you wish: http://www.androidtablets.net/forum/...root-tips.html 7th sticky on the front page of the S7 forum. But pvella summarized it just fine.

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    You should convert that whole thread to an ebook! haha
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    Gaining root access is indeed very easy

    Recovering all your data after a snafu, that's when you start wishing you had not fiddled with things..

    Pete, on the move...

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    What in the world are you people loading on the tablet that requires all of the app space?

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    Two or three ereaders plus angry birds alone can eat up some significant real estate. This tab only has 175MB of app space and it disappears quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vferrari View Post
    Two or three ereaders plus angry birds alone can eat up some significant real estate. This tab only has 175MB of app space and it disappears quickly.
    I have

    Android System Info
    Beautiful Widgets
    ES File Explorer
    FBReader
    Guns'n'Glory
    LED Scroller
    Mint.com
    MixZing (plus premium update)
    MSN Droid X
    nook
    Playa Control for Winamp
    Wells Fargo
    and XDA

    and I've used a little over 100mb of app space. There's really no need for 500 apps on this thing and Angry Birds sucks to play on it.

    Edit: Oh yeah, I also have Beautiful Live Weather and Jumpgate Free LWPs, too.

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    Why have more than one ereader - just keep the occasionally used on your sdcard as an apk and install it using App Installer if and when reqd

    There is one essential missing from the above list Mybackup Pro

    If you do screw up either rooted or otherwise...

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