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  1. Franz says:

    Thanks for the quick response, Ray.
    You were right, I still use the Tap-n-Tap interface.
    I will take the plunge and install Honeycomb as soon as I get a chance.

  2. Ray Waldo says:

    You are mistaken. The G-Tablet DOES support WPA2. I use it exclusively. I assume that it is the stock Tap-n-Tap UI that you are having difficulty with.
    Visit the GTab series of articles http://bishoptec.com/topic/gtab-tablet-computing/ to learn all about how to turn the GTab into a full-featured HoneyComb tablet.

  3. Franz Feierbach says:

    Thanks for for all the helpful information.
    I just recently purchased a G-Tablet and hoped it would allow me to check on email while at work and on the move.
    The trouble is that my institution uses WPA2 Enterprise for WiFi and the G-Tablet does not support that.
    I believe that by rooting my device I may obtain access to apps like “Full WiFi”, which may address this.
    However, do you know if this is something that is already taken care of by installing Honeycomb or Gingerbread?

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