I just purchased a Cube U51GT Talk7X tablet with Android 4.2.2 to replace my dead after 1 year Sanei tablet running Android 4.1.1.
The Cube is, so far, much better then the Sanei. However, there seems to be 2 features of the older Android that I miss (or can't find!)
1: Under 4.1.1 the camera...
And if so how?
I have a Sanei N8 with the RK3066 duel core chip. One week after replacing the battery the tablet powers up, but never get pass the boot screen (see image below).
I tried to do a reboot (pressing the power and volume up buttons together) all I got was the dead Android icon...
Since it seems that there is no answer to my previous forum posting of getting my Sanei N78 tablet out of the dead Android mode. I have decided to try one last move and re-install/update the firmware.
But before I try I have 2 general questions.
1: Since I am unable to get past the dead...
I originally posted this to the Tablet Q&A forum, but, I never got a reply. So I have copied it to this forum in hope of some answers.
2 weeks ago I finally spent the $20.00 and replaced the battery in my Sanei N78 tablet. During the week that followed I had no trouble that is till last Monday...
On Mother Day week-end I finally spent the $20.00 and replaced the battery in my Sensis N78 tablet with Android 4.1. During the week that followed I had no trouble, that is till last Monday night.
After using my Tablet till the battery ran down I plugged it in to recharge. This time however...
Before I deleated it, this message was going to be if could use a battery with a bigger mA then what in the tablet now.
But, after I was able to remove tha battery form the tablet (using a dinner knive!) I was shocked to see that instead of the factory stated 3500mA battey I had a 2700mA...
Thanks for the advice, but, I just wonder why when I do see a "replacement" battery for this Tablet the output is always lower then what the company states the battery should be.
I never have seen a replacement battery whos output equals what the company say what the battery output is given as.
After some testing it seems that my cable problem is really an adapter one.
But, that will have to be put on hold till I get the battery replaced.
Which leads me to ask 2 last (for now!) questions.
First, where do I get a battery?:confused:
I have tried google, but after wadeing through page...
I had no choice in where the tablet was stored when not in use, but, next winter I should have more leeway to be able to have it kept in a warmer place.
However, all my other battery power devices, also kept in under 20F degrees, did not suffer the same fate.
I use both methods and you might...
I Have an Android 4.1.1 Sensis N78 tablet that have a very bad (well that is what I been told in a previous thread in this forum) battery. It keeps tuning off the tablet 5 minutes after I turn it on.
The solution, again as I been told, is to replace the battery.
In the meantime I am wondering...
Well, I'll try your suggestion and see what happens. If that don't work then this tablet may be heading back home to China for recycling ;)
However, I do have one more question.
How do you read Android's built in battery chart?
I took the screenshot below 1 minute after turning on the tablet...
I got the back off and to my eyes nothing look wrong.
I took a voltmeter to the battery and it read 3.7v
If the battery is ok then could something effected the tablet when it was used/stored/recharged in below freezing (20F) weather?
OK, but, how?
I beleve that the back just snaps into (and out of) place, but, is there a trick that I shold look out for?
Plus, one I do get inside, would I notice anything out of place?
Or out comes the volt reader?
I Have an Android 4.1.1 Sensis N78 RK30-anpei7008Trsy-user-r22.214.171.124.083 tablet with kernel version 3.0.8+ and build number RK30-anpei7008Trsy-user-r126.96.36.19930106 that I got almost a year ago. Till the weather got colder the tablet worked fine, however, as of the last 2 months it has acted...