Photo: The google music app serves my needs very well. I click its widget on the lock screen and get a screen of all genres. That way I can very fast browse and choose the music I'd like to hear. I think my wife (quite opposed to most of technology) starts to enjoy the tablets usability over the CD handling.
Photo: That's the whole setup. Tablet standing on the dock (power supply) and plugged into my stereo (inside green cube). Unfortunately the audio out of the dock is very bad. That's why I plug in the audio cable to the tablet directly.
Photo: Advent Vega comes with Android 2.2, too old for the music app. I tried CyanogenMod, Corvus5 but in the end VegaComb proved to be the most stable of them all.
Photo: All the instructions how to put custom ROMs where assuming I have a windows PC at home. So I installed Windows on my Linux laptop.
Photo: Yes, Windows has the worst error messages. This one actually wants to say that I need to install .net libraries. Obvious, no?
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Philipp Keller
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Advent Vega comes with Android 2.2, too old for the music app. I tried CyanogenMod, Corvus5 but in the end VegaComb proved to be the most stable of them all.
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