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# 260267 18-Nov-2019 14:45
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I am looking to sell or swap the tablet I bought from the below post.

https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=77&TopicId=214277

The only problem is I can't get it to boot into Android mode. I've tried a couple of things to try and fix but I don't have the time (most likely the capability lol).

It does seem to have great battery in windows but I do prefer Android.
I've only used it a couple of times since I bought it, so I probably don't need one. but a tablet seems like something you should just own.. hence the reason to possibly swap haha.


Thanks
Andy
Christchurch

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  # 2357633 20-Nov-2019 08:43
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No asking price listed.

 

How much are you looking for?

 

What requirements for a swap?





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  # 2357735 20-Nov-2019 11:40
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sorry about that, I'm really not too sure what its worth. I was maybe hoping to get something similar to what I paid, although can understand it being less due to only booting to windows at the moment. $250 or something???

 

 

 

requirements are just something similar but android based. 11-13 screen, keyboard, good battery. Will be used for watching films (expandable storage would be good but not deal breaker), browsing sites, basic games etc. 

 

cheers


 
 
 
 




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  # 2360659 25-Nov-2019 22:31
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Any interest, (or anyone know how to get Android back on it)?
Cheers

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  # 2361310 27-Nov-2019 08:26
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If it was the other side of Christmas I would have been keen to try buy it, but this side of Christmas and changes of job are against me





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