Few issues that concern me

Discussion in 'Huawei Ideos S7' started by raufhon, Mar 31, 2011.

  1. raufhon

    raufhon Member

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    Hi guys I bought this tablet today and I got few issues I dk how to solve em. maybe u know ?

    1. I watch utube and sometime wi fi disconnects :(
    2. I didnt take off manufacturer cover on the screen. is it why it is kinda hard to swipe around it ?

    3. the keyboard is just hard to use. is there like a bluetooth keyboard or smth I can buy to use ?

    4. any advices for beginner please?

    Regards, Rauf
     
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    1) I watch youtube without any problems on the wifi. Try another wifi channel maybe.
    2) Remove the protective cover, you can get proper screen protectors, the manufacturer's cover is not a screen protector.
    3) I have been trying to use a bluetooth keyboard without success, sorry I cannot help. You can get alternative software keyboards, like swype etc....
    4) Read the forums here, especially the stickies. The two best mods for this device IMHO are the updated ROMs, and link2sd.

    Welcome aboard.
     
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    1. I had disconnecting issues with a linksys WRT54GX router but it works great on my old netgear and the high end cisco APs at work. I use WPA2 security on both the linksys and netgear so I never really figured out what the problem was.

    2. I kept my mfg cover on for like 3 weeks until I got a good screen protector. It gets better once you take the cover off but it's still not as nice as a capacitive screen.

    3. I never liked the factory keyboard. Right now I'm digging the better keyboard 8.

    4. I found that your pretty much have to use an app killer to keep it from having 12 or more applications you aren't using running at all times. It seems to have helped with the battery life too.
     
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    1) make sure it isn't your router
    2) get used to it...
    3) Thumb Keyboard is another good one (paid though)
    4) Flash the Singapore ROM
     

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