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Feb 6, 2013 - Uploaded by ExperienceLG
LG Smart TVs employ firmware to operate their state-of-the-art systems. ... firmware wouldn't update on my 47 inch Smart TV, so I downloaded ... Jensen 8 months ago ... LG is not a good company, LG is not sending software updates on .... how to connect your laptop, android, iphone and or tablet to your tv ..
This may be a firmware problem. I had this problem. Download a android firmware app. Actually it's called android firmware and updates app and it's free. I don't think these cheaper tablets update as they should, that causes them to not connect to the internet. Why? I don't know. It drove me crazy. I tried everything. My daughter figured it out after messing with the tablet for months.
You should make sure that your iPad is running the latest firmware version. Also, make sure that your apps, especially the one you are having trouble with, is fully updated. These updates cover problems the software is having.
1. To check if your iPad firmware is up to date:
Go to "settings", then to "general" then to "software update".
2. To check on you apps update status, go to the "app store" icon,
then on the bottom, all the way to the right, there's an "updates" icon. The apps that have available updates are listed here. Make sure to update each out of date app.
Yes. Flashing the ROM does the same thing as updating your firmware. You are simply updating your firmware to one that isn't the original. All you do is load up the file from the velocity website onto your SD card and flash and you will be back at the standard ROM. I suggest Macho ROM or JGM if you want the android market. Both run overclocked if you so choose which is much faster. JGM also has a vanilla rom (and there is and improved vanilla rom) which gives the tablet bare-bones applications if you want it to be just a reader. I would follow the method for flashing jgm. It lays out how to set up app2sd and all that. 4shared.com allows you to download apps that are not found in the market or whatever after you have rooted. Simply search the name of the app and put .apk at the end. Be careful as you can get malware from this. This method breaks copyright laws as all apps on it are offered for free and I only suggest it to download apps that are free on the market...
As posted to another person, download this .apk file and install it on your A70 (It must be running 2.2 froyo firmware to work, if running 2.1 you need different .apk). It'll give you Google Market, where you can download Adobe Flash Player that updates itself... i've had 2 updates from flash since Dec 25th upon getting this.
Link: With Archos 70 Internet Tablet, you need to download a specific version of Adobe Flash Player from Google Market since it runs Android OS. And A70 doesn't come with GMarket, rather Appslib, which doesn't quite cut it.
Luckily someone has made a neat little .apk file thath as Google Market, which lets you download GMarket and download/install all its apps/games/etc on your A70.
Just download the following .apk file and install it on your A70, afterwards download Adobe Flash Player from Google Market. However, this hack ONLY works on 2.2 froyo android OS, so make sure your A70 firmware is up to date.
I'd also recommend installing Dolphin Browser HD as it seems to provide a more refined flash browsing experience coupled with the Adobe Flash Player.