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Nexus 7 32GB (2013) £219.00 @ asda direct (£179 for 16GB) with code

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    jellybeans123
    Good deal;)
    thewan
    Does the 32gb version have 3g?
    uncleslon
    thewan
    Does the 32gb version have 3g?

    for this price?) I don't think so :)
    UZOR
    I'm not quite sure where the market is for 3g tablets? Most people with tablets have smartphones with existing data contracts? then why not just start a wifi hotspot and save on extra hardware and data contract costs? a little of topic perhaps. hot!
    j4j
    j4j2 months, 3 weeks ago #5Show comment tools Reply
    £218 for 32gb from amazon
    £176 for 16gb from amazon
    PiiWii
    UZOR
    I'm not quite sure where the market is for 3g tablets? Most people with tablets have smartphones with existing data contracts? then why not just start a wifi hotspot and save on extra hardware and data contract costs? a little of topic perhaps. hot!


    Exactly what I did. Good advice Sir !

    I bought the 4g version for £299 but sent it back and now tether to my phone with unlimited data on the Asda £219 deal. £80 saved!

    Love this site!
    daBluone
    @j4jJan 29, 2014
    £218 for 32gb from amazon
    £176 for 16gb from amazon


    This is a third party seller fullfiled by Amazon.
    Jimmyboy
    I have the 2013 Nexus 7 and one observation....the BBC news website, many of the stories with video can't be played and I think this is because the Chrome browser doesn't support Flash. If I open the same page in Firefox where the video is it usually says click to activate plug in and then it appears to be doing something but the video doesn't display. It's very annoying especially as for years people have been saying how limiting the ipad is because it doesn't support Flash yet these same BBC pages play all the videos fine on an ipad.
    I know the other option is to just download the BBC News app but I prefer the browser (or not in this case!).
    Am I doing something wrong or missing something here?
    fzbob
    Sounds like a question for the Nexus forums:-
    http://www.googlenexusforum.com/forum/nexus-7-forum/
    pauldh
    Jimmyboy
    I have the 2013 Nexus 7 and one observation....the BBC news website, many of the stories with video can't be played and I think this is because the Chrome browser doesn't support Flash. If I open the same page in Firefox where the video is it usually says click to activate plug in and then it appears to be doing something but the video doesn't display. It's very annoying especially as for years people have been saying how limiting the ipad is because it doesn't support Flash yet these same BBC pages play all the videos fine on an ipad.
    I know the other option is to just download the BBC News app but I prefer the browser (or not in this case!).
    Am I doing something wrong or missing something here?


    There are browsers that reckon to have Flash support and use their own servers to process the video. There is a workaround on some other tablets by installing adobe flash player and a browser like Maxthon, enabling desktop mode and selecting always use flash. Works on my Toshiba Excite Pro but haven't tried on my Nexus 7
    pman12
    Jimmyboy
    I have the 2013 Nexus 7 and one observation....the BBC news website, many of the stories with video can't be played and I think this is because the Chrome browser doesn't support Flash. If I open the same page in Firefox where the video is it usually says click to activate plug in and then it appears to be doing something but the video doesn't display. It's very annoying especially as for years people have been saying how limiting the ipad is because it doesn't support Flash yet these same BBC pages play all the videos fine on an ipad.
    I know the other option is to just download the BBC News app but I prefer the browser (or not in this case!).
    Am I doing something wrong or missing something here?


    Edit: This only works on N7 of 4.3 or less. I'll post up the intrustions for 4.4 onwards:

    1. Go to Settings > Security > tick "Unknown Sources"
    2. Open any Browser > Go to http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/archived-flash-player-versions.html
    3. Find Flash Player 11.1 for Android 4.0 (11.1.115.81) and download it
    4. Once downloaded, close Browser > Go to Notifications > Tap install_flash_player.apk and install
    5. You'll have flash working via browser. Test any page (e.g BBC iPlayer (Desktop mode) and watch something).

    Edited By: pman1342 on Jan 29, 2014 11:11
    Jimmyboy
    Thanks for the links and advice I'll give it a try.
    pman12
    Jimmyboy
    I have the 2013 Nexus 7 and one observation....the BBC news website, many of the stories with video can't be played and I think this is because the Chrome browser doesn't support Flash. If I open the same page in Firefox where the video is it usually says click to activate plug in and then it appears to be doing something but the video doesn't display. It's very annoying especially as for years people have been saying how limiting the ipad is because it doesn't support Flash yet these same BBC pages play all the videos fine on an ipad.
    I know the other option is to just download the BBC News app but I prefer the browser (or not in this case!).
    Am I doing something wrong or missing something here?


    Here's how to get flash for N7 with 4.4 Kitkat:


    1. Go to Settings > Security > tick "Unknown Sources"
    2. Download latest Dolphin Browser in the Google Play and latest Dolphin Jetpack
    3. Download the hacked flash player HERE
    If you have flash player installed already, uninstall this one and then install the hacked on after.
    4. Enable flash on Dolphin Browser (Click Menu > Settings > Web Content > Flash Player)
    5. Test it out, go to BBC iPlayer or watch videos on BBC homepage
    Jimmyboy
    pman1342
    Jimmyboy
    I have the 2013 Nexus 7 and one observation....the BBC news website, many of the stories with video can't be played and I think this is because the Chrome browser doesn't support Flash. If I open the same page in Firefox where the video is it usually says click to activate plug in and then it appears to be doing something but the video doesn't display. It's very annoying especially as for years people have been saying how limiting the ipad is because it doesn't support Flash yet these same BBC pages play all the videos fine on an ipad.
    I know the other option is to just download the BBC News app but I prefer the browser (or not in this case!).
    Am I doing something wrong or missing something here?


    Here's how to get flash for N7 with 4.4 Kitkat:


    1. Go to Settings > Security > tick "Unknown Sources"
    2. Download latest Dolphin Browser in the Google Play and latest Dolphin Jetpack
    3. Download the hacked flash player HERE
    If you have flash player installed already, uninstall this one and then install the hacked on after.
    4. Enable flash on Dolphin Browser (Click Menu > Settings > Web Content > Flash Player)
    5. Test it out, go to BBC iPlayer or watch videos on BBC homepage


    Brilliant thank you works perfectly now.
    pman12
    Jimmyboy
    pman1342
    Jimmyboy
    I have the 2013 Nexus 7 and one observation....the BBC news website, many of the stories with video can't be played and I think this is because the Chrome browser doesn't support Flash. If I open the same page in Firefox where the video is it usually says click to activate plug in and then it appears to be doing something but the video doesn't display. It's very annoying especially as for years people have been saying how limiting the ipad is because it doesn't support Flash yet these same BBC pages play all the videos fine on an ipad.
    I know the other option is to just download the BBC News app but I prefer the browser (or not in this case!).
    Am I doing something wrong or missing something here?


    Here's how to get flash for N7 with 4.4 Kitkat:


    1. Go to Settings > Security > tick "Unknown Sources"
    2. Download latest Dolphin Browser in the Google Play and latest Dolphin Jetpack
    3. Download the hacked flash player HERE
    If you have flash player installed already, uninstall this one and then install the hacked on after.
    4. Enable flash on Dolphin Browser (Click Menu > Settings > Web Content > Flash Player)
    5. Test it out, go to BBC iPlayer or watch videos on BBC homepage


    Brilliant thank you works perfectly now.


    NP :)
    herrbz
    UZOR
    I'm not quite sure where the market is for 3g tablets? Most people with tablets have smartphones with existing data contracts? then why not just start a wifi hotspot and save on extra hardware and data contract costs? a little of topic perhaps. hot!


    I think there's plenty of people out there, especially businessmen, who'd require large 3g allowances on their work tablet, but don't need anything much for their phone. Also not everyone can tether
    fzbob
    herrbz
    UZOR
    I'm not quite sure where the market is for 3g tablets? Most people with tablets have smartphones with existing data contracts? then why not just start a wifi hotspot and save on extra hardware and data contract costs? a little of topic perhaps. hot!


    I think there's plenty of people out there, especially businessmen, who'd require large 3g allowances on their work tablet, but don't need anything much for their phone. Also not everyone can tether


    Yeah bit miffed, as I can't
    Jimmyboy
    herrbz
    UZOR
    I'm not quite sure where the market is for 3g tablets? Most people with tablets have smartphones with existing data contracts? then why not just start a wifi hotspot and save on extra hardware and data contract costs? a little of topic perhaps. hot!


    I think there's plenty of people out there, especially businessmen, who'd require large 3g allowances on their work tablet, but don't need anything much for their phone. Also not everyone can tether

    Yes and also tethering is fine but does drain the battery much faster on the mobile then. If out for the day without being able to charge having a dedicated sim in the device is better.
    lyngeorge
    do any of you guys use facebook on your nexus 7 2013 ?
    This is my first tablet so know not much, have only used it 3 times, i do charity work on Facebook and each time i post just for a second i get these lines crossing the pad, is this right ?
    thanks :3
    lyngeorge
    surely one person uses facebook, i need advice please

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