Question about Tablets & eReaders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SD card capacity
Yes, the hardware is SDHC-compatible. You just need to apply Microsoft hotfix KB934428 for Windows XP (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=de&FamilyID=6edfb30f-b1ab-42a8-a330-acd6762961bc) and you are set. 16GB SDHC working like a charm.
Posted on May 14, 2008
1) Connect your Pandigital Planet to your PC via USB Cable
2) Wait until it shows up as a new drive
3) Look for your video files in either the INTERNAL or SD storage
Should be in a director like \DCIM\Camera Folder
4) Drag the CONTENTS or the FOLDER to your DESKTOP or other selected area on your PC
5) Disconnect the Pandigital Planet and your all done
Hope that Helps
Posted on Jun 16, 2012
Well their is plently of websites out their that you can download "flashes" like the software, http://www.redmondpie.com/download-and-install-android-2.3.6-gingerbread-grk39f-on-nexus-one-how-to-tutorial/ this is a good website for getting the software depending on what version of android you have and then tells you how to do it incase you dont know.
Posted on Aug 06, 2013
SOURCE: yarvik manuals
how are you using the card? you need to move the software that you can to the card and set it to be run from there. you also need to clean your tablet regularly, just like a laptop. not shutting apps down properly will leave your system full of garbage and no room for anything. this is true for ALL tablets
Posted on Sep 05, 2014
Most apps do not natively install to an SD card when downloaded from the play store. You have to have an app like AppManager, that has a function to 'move' apps from internal storage to an SD card, or use a manual option in the Android Settings section to move each app individually.. If you are that tight on space that you cannot load any new app, you may have to delete or move something from your internal storage so you can download AppManager or some similar app, and then move as many apps as you can to your SD card. If you have a lot of photos and music you can try moving that to the SD card if your player/viewer software will allow you to find it there. Best way to move bulk items (music/photos, not apps) is to connect to a PC through USB, which brings up your internal storage and the SD card as external USB storage items. Then copy from internal storage to SD card through your PC. Best to establish folders on the SD card to hold these items and then tell your app where they are.
Posted on Dec 04, 2014
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