My name is Deirdre and I bought two cheap tablets for Christmas for my young daughters. I was not trying to replace an IPAD or an expensive tablet. I thought about the Kindle Fire, but the price for two was WAY above our budget. So the more I thought about it, I figured I could buy a cheaper tablet and download some music onto it for them and a few games and books and they'd be all set. I really didn't think that my requirements were that great. I figured the non US Android market wouldn't be that big of a deal. Good lord, this has been a nightmare. Specifically, I cannot download any apps because I keep being asked to log in to my Android account and then when I do, I get the error message that I don't have an Android phone. So, do I have to upgrade the firmware to get around this? I'm adding the specs from Amazon and the version of Uberoid, I'm thinking I need to upgrade. Thank you so much for your assistance. The specs from Amazon: Via 8650 800 MHz CPU 7" 800*480 two point touch resistive LCD Android 2.2 Supports flash 10.1 MicroSD card slot (supports up to 32GB) Processor, Memory, and Motherboard Hardware Platform: VIA8650 Processor: 800 None Number of Processors: 1 RAM: 256 MB RAM Type: DDR DRAM Memory Slots: 1 Operating System and Software Bundled Software: Google Android 2.2 Hard Drive Size: 2 GB Version of Uberoid from TechKnow dated 08/18/11 WM8650 Tablets These are the newer tablets. All of these should work with HCH's new ROM: universal-uberoid-wm8650-1-5-3-honeycombmod-v9-t1096.html. Does this sound correct?