Well, I got frustrated enough with my Next7PS tablet that I took it back and replaced it with the Zeki TB782B tablet which I got a Sears for $119. This tablet is VERY NICE!! It is rooted out of the box, has a full glass face (edge to edge) and a built in front facing camera, which looks REALLY REALLY GOOD, especially compared to the NEXT7PS' built in camera, which looks like CRAP! The first thing I did was install the Google Apps (Play) and also Superuser. All went without a hitch. The 1GB of ram really makes a hell of a difference compared to the Polaroid 701i and NEXT7PS tablets. And yes, I still have my 701i. It will be hard to part with. Here are the specs: 7" TFT LCD display Capacitive touchscreen 4.0.3 Android Operating System 1 GHz Processor 1GB RAM 800 x 480 native resolution Built-in WiFi G-Sensor Front Facing Camera Digital video: MOV, MKV, AVI, RM, RMVB, FLV, WMV, MP4, VOB Digital audio: MP3, WMA (non-DRM), WAV eBooks: PDF, EPUB Expandable memory 8GB installed flash memory Built-in speaker Micro-SD memory card reader: supports JPEG, MP3 Mini-USB port for battery recharge A dedicated non-USB battery recharge port Mini-HDMI output (1080p) Battery life: ~3 hours DC battery power: 2800 mAH battery DC battery power: built-in rechargeable battery The unit is feels very solid, but with the full glass front, I would not want to drop it!!!! and....it is ADB friendly under Linux. Yay!! Both Sears and Kmart have this unit, but only Sears has it on sale right now. The Kmart price is $139, but if they do price matching, I would say you could get it at either place for the $119 price. BTW, I have also seen the 10.1" version of this for only $149. I managed to figure out how to get into recovery by holding down the vol - button, and hitting the reset button. Navigation is done from the volume buttons, and to select you have to use the power button. I am not sure how to get it into flash mode however. I have pulled all the /dev/block/nanda through nandh devices to my hard drive. They appear to be standard as for A10 Allwinner tablets. Now if I only knew how to turn it all into a flashable ROM. Here are the basic mount points from a df command: Filesystem Size Used Free Blksize /dev 407M 44K 407M 4096 /mnt/asec 407M 0K 407M 4096 /mnt/obb 407M 0K 407M 4096 /system 251M 217M 34M 4096 /data 787M 223M 564M 4096 /cache 251M 5M 246M 4096 /mnt/sdcard 7G 5G 1G 4096 /mnt/secure/asec 7G 5G 1G 4096 /mnt/extsd 6G 220K 6G 4096 I had to change the void.fstab file to swap between extsd and sdcard. But notice it has 6G available of Internal storage. I would love to get CWM installed on this thing!! Any suggestions?