My friend just got a nextbook next7p tablet as a gift, and wants the standard Google Android Marketplace, not normally available on the device. She has asked me to lend her a hand if I can manage a way to help her out with this complaint. Can anyone tell me if there is some way to install the standard Google Marketplace, or to just entirely reflash the tablet to a Google Android OS release without all the proprietary nonsense it came preloaded with? If replacing the proprietary OS with a standard, basic Google release should be advisable, could anybody tell me which version would be best suited for this device? It currently runs a proprietary version of Android 2.3. It's a 7" capacitive multi-touch screen at 800x480 resolution. It has 512 MB of DDR3 RAM and an ARM Cortex 8 processor running at 1GHz.