After a wk of having my Gadmei T883 3D glasses free Android 4 'Ice Cream Sandwich' tablet I now think I've got it mastered! It's just as good 3D photo quality as my old 6" photo frame, but with all the advantages of the tablet & apps ... but there are some lessons I've had to learn the hard way, in how to set it up. 1st the out of the box version doesn't recognise Google accounts, so you can;t use Gmail, Google Play / Market etc. You therefore need to follow the instructions below to update the firmware to allow these 7 then reconfig to English language BEFORE you bother to put any other apps, photos or video on it. Please follow the following Download and installation instructions: Warning: Please back up all necessary data to your computer. The update process will delete all your data! 1) Download and extract the new software; http://www.sendspace.com/file/m8rpwd 2) Copy the following files to the microSD Card root directory; Please keep the memory clear before copy process factory_update_param.aml, u-boot-aml-ucl.bin, uImage_recovery, patchgadmeiusbwifi.zip f11ref-ota-eng.bestidear.zip (no need to extract) 3) Plug in the microSD Card. Make sure the T883 is turned off and connect the T883 with a reliable mains power source (not the USB lead to the PC or it will crash as it reboots !); 4) Press and hold the Volume and Power button until the T883 turn on; 5) T883 will be updated automatically and the process will be done in matter of few minutes. Once done the T883 will reboot itself; 6) After the update process is completed, the T883 will automatically shut down and reboot; * CAUTION: DO NOT POWER-OFF THE T883 DURING THE FIRMWARE UPGRADE PROCESS ** You will need to re-select the English language option from the settings menu: the settings menu looks like a square with blue & white horizontal sliders on it & 'C' in a speech bubble. Once selected, you choose the option at the very top above an option with a tick box to it's left & the same 3 horizontal line slider icon on the right. When you select it, it should show English as an option. Now your tablet should be in English, have Google Play & sync with a Google a/c! Now, to view photos in 3D is strongly suggest you download Stereoscopie from Google Play as it's far better than the shipped 'BIPhoto', which I'd delete. I also suggest resizing your MPOs in SPM for 1280x768. If you want to rip / upload videos, they should be AVI with '[3D]' as the start of the file name. Use the Xvid codec with side by side format, 50%. 'DVDFab' has all these settings in it's 3D Blu-Ray ripper - make sure you own the content of any Blu-rays your rip ... of course! It will play MP4s but they seem to take ages for DVDFab to rip. I also suggest NOT setting up your Google sync a/c until you set up the Calendar. For some reason if you set up the Google a/c synch first, Calendar won;t recognise it, but it does if done from inside the calendar - strange. Downloaded side by side 3D videos from YouTube in HQ look great on it - don;t forget to put [3D] at the start of the file name though. Any Q's let me know. Overall, I'm very impressed esp when it only cost £148 inc shipping!