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  Reply # 729435 9-Dec-2012 22:07 Send private message

Cavaletta: Hello all,

Looking at asking a friend of mine to bring back a Nexus 7 3G model from the USA in the next couple of weeks.  As per their information on the Google Store site, it does specify that the version is 'unlocked'.  Does this mean that it would be pretty much the exact same version that has come onto the NZ market and would be able to be used on 2degrees and Vodafone etc?

I take it that it would, however would just like to see if anyone could confirm this.

Kind regards,


If it's unlocked it'll work with any SIM, yes.


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  Reply # 737172 25-Dec-2012 17:33 Send private message

I have a question about the display of non-Roman characters on the Nexus 7. This is how my Voda S3, stock 4.1.1, shows Gurmukhi (used for Panjabi)




Here's how my Nexus 7, running 4.2.1, shows the same shot:




Can anyone replicate this? It seems odd that a basic function like displaying characters would be degraded in a newer version of the OS

 

 



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  Reply # 867489 28-Jul-2013 18:22 Send private message

testha: Just got 4.2 on my 7.

For everyone still waiting you can force the update with following steps:

1. Go to Settings -> Apps -> All

2. Find Google Services Framework.

3. Tap on Force Stop.

4. Select Clear Data.

5. Reboot device

After reboot I was greeted with my update message (;




works to get 4.3 if your device is telling you it's uptodate then it's lying do the above and the update will come through I just did it and hello I.m now on 4.3




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  Reply # 867519 28-Jul-2013 20:02 Send private message

My nexus 7 got a dead pixel line from the top to the bottom. It is sent for manufacture warranty repair.

Anyone interested in buying my nexus 7 after it get back?

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