So my girlfriend called me bawling this morning because it seems that someone stole my nexus 7 she was borrowing for a few days.
I am fairly confident its long gone, but I want to make sure I am secure, as my e-mail and stuff was logged in.
So how should I protect myself? I am rooting through my Google Account security page to revoke access to my email. I use 2 factor authentication whenever possible so I am reasonably safe. Anything else I should remember to do?
I guess I'll wait for the...
I've noticed that pretty much every major tech website is referenced in device reviews except The Verge. They've become fairly big players in the tech journalism game, and I'd always imagined the gdgt team and The Verge team would be pretty close considering their lineage. Any particular reason the site is left off?
I've been looking at tablets for a while, and the Nexus 7 is the first tablet I'm seriously considering. I've asked questions of the gdgt community regarding productivity apps, and it certainly sounds like I could get some actual work done on the nexus as well as using it as a consumption device.
But in a world where I have a computer that can fit in a manilla envelope, is it overkill to also own a tablet? Partly I'm curious just about what I can do with Android, and maybe that's enough, but I...
This is my first Android device and I searched for answers and everything (including Google's nexus website) said to press volume down and the sleep/power button at the same time. I have tried this many times and have yet to see anything appear in the Gallery app.
Is there a preferred version of MAME that will work on a Nexus 7? I'd like to be able to run the same classic 8-bit arcade games from the 80's I've seen on friends' Windows PCs--DigDug, Galaxian, Galaga, Centipede, Track & Field, etc. Are there particular types of ROM files that work with this tablet?
Obviously this depends on your use, settings, etc. But how long and how often are you needing to charge your Nexus 7?
I'm finding that, with the display set to "auto brightness" and WIFI on, that I get a day, day.5 max. Then it seems to take about 3 hours to charge from about 15% battery left.
So far the battery is my biggest disappointment with the Nexus 7. I also shouldn't have to micro-manage settings for optimal battery life. But I'm mostly concerned about the length of time it takes to get a...
One of my friends will come from Canada. I want to order him a google nexus7 16GB. The staples.ca didn't list this device. They listed 32GB with price: $270.
I mailed them to know, but they didn't answer yet and also they dont have a chat feature.
Is there anybody who lives in Toronto, Ontario and knows how to buy nexus7 16GB for $210?
I'm from Iran.I checked some countries for example India,Germany,UAE,Malaysia...every country sells nexus7 more than 300$.Except USA which countries sell nexus7 16Gb only 200$?and wich stores?Is there anybody have any information about it?And know a website?
I already have a Nexus 7. My old Acer laptop doesn't work anymore and I'm feeling like I need a new laptop. I have about $350 and I am all Google. Would it make sense to get a chromebook? Or what other laptop under $350 would you recommend?
$299 seems a little over the top when compared with what other gadgets and gizmos can be purchased in that price range.
If somebody asked me, "Hey Logan, you can have an iPod Touch or a Nexus 7 and $60. What do you want?". I'd say Nexus 7 and the cash every single time.
Even if they're not over priced; who exactly is buying these?
I have both a Nexus 7 and a Samsung Galaxy S II. I find that fully recharging them (both through their provided wall adapters) takes hours, if not an entire work day.
Is anyone else experiencing this? What's going on?
I am foreigner and I want to buy nexus 7 32GB with mobile data, but I live in Egypt so I need to ask whether it supports carriers in Egypt, also do I need a SSN to buy it as it is shipped with an AT&T sim
Can Xbox Smartglass start playing music, movies, or pictures on the Xbox 360 from a upnp network server?
Also, can you start playing music in the background without interrupting a game?
In the past, I rooted all the Android phones I've owned in order to flash CyanogenMod for a more "stock" experience and to overclock less capable hardware. I just bought the Nexus 4 today and was wondering if there were any significant advantages to rooting an already high performing device with stock Android. I'm not really looking to put on any themes or fancy customization of that sort, although a numeric battery indicator would be nice. If you're a Nexus owner, why do you root your device...
I know for some phones (such as my beloved BlackBerry 9780), the 3.5mm headphone jack is shaped in such a way that does not allow the Beats by Dre headphone port to fully connect into it...I'm wondering if my headphones will work with this phone or not, basically.
It was temporarily listed on Google's site as coming soon, and now missing completely.