New Owner - Some Concerns

Discussion in 'Sony Tablet S' started by NorCalS, Oct 16, 2011.

  1. NorCalS

    NorCalS Member

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    Love my first tablet. I have been an adroid user since day one of the Droid x. Sony purist so I was thrilled when the joined the market and the remote feature should not be underestimated.

    That said, I have a few concerns

    No ps3 support out of the box - I know its coming but really??

    No HBO GO!?! - Couldn't believe that it doesn't work on this tablet....what a let down

    Social AP is good but landscape only?

    Tethering issues..this seems to be an issue with my phone combo.

    Thoughts?

    Any of your own?


    Sent from my Sony Tablet S using Android Tablet Forum
     
  2. Aldroid

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    X 10 here as well.
    Im still trying to figure out if there is a place for a tablet in my life.
    I really like the style, display and I know I have to be patient as new product will have bugs.
    Having truble with tethering and the file system is a pain in the ass having to move everything to internal storage.
    Why?
     
  3. adubrovs

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    You dont have to move anything to internal storage. Just get ES File manager and you should be all set. I watch movies from my network drive with no issues.
     
  4. Aldroid

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    Will the music/movie files open from the media player?
    Or do you have to open from ES?
     
  5. adubrovs

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    Once you select a file to play it wil give you a list of all supporting apps you have installed so you can choose how you want to view it yourself. so yes you have to launch the file from ES first. I personaly use Mobo player to play avi movies.
     
  6. BigSpndr

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    Was also suprised no HBO GO. +1 on ES File Manager for reading whats on SD Card. Still no regrets on purchase
     

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