Review of Logitech K120 Keybrd & Mouse on ViewSonic G-Tablet loaded with the TeamDRH ICS Rom using a 4-port USB hub to the gTab’s USB host. Continue reading
This is the NEW & UPDATED GUIDE for installing TeamDRS’ Android 4 (ICS) b.1.2 on the ViewSonic G-Tablet. It is a SIMPLIFIED guide for both Windows and Linux users and includes instructions for NVFlash, partitioning the SDCard, & flashing the ROM & Google Applications. The new version (b.1.2) has an automated install script and other new features. RECOMMENDED! Continue reading
Weird Name for a Custom ROM!
This is the updated version of GTabComb that Zyhong was developing. It is now being developed and … Continue reading
Nice ROM for the G-Tablet!
Update (12/09/11): The lead developer of the Flashback team has evidently changed to JAZZRUBY. Also, the team appears to … Continue reading
I have previously written about my gTab, a gift from my wife for Father’s Day. Overall I have been satisfied with the gTab but find myself using it much differently … Continue reading
NO Sleep of Death!
Many users of the ViewSonic G-Tablet experience what is commonly called the “Sleep of Death” (SOD). I do not have such a problem.
First, most of what we assume is the SOD is probably the result of holding the power button just a bit longer than … Continue reading
This article explains the storage partitions on the gTab & their functions. The guide explains when & how to format / wipe each partition. Continue reading
This entire series of articles is deprecated! Newer ROMs and advanced procedures have replaced (or made obsolete) the information in these articles. This article is retained only for archival purposes.
Please check out our NEWER series of articles on the ViewSonic G-Tablet: http://bishoptec.com/series/gtab-2/
Which Honeycomb ROM works … Continue reading
Editorial: Should I be FORCED to upgrade my paid apps?
It seems the most common question about upgrading to Honeycomb (Android 3) is, “Will all my apps still work?” The simple answer is “NO!” The reason: Some developers have used Honeycomb as a way to FORCE you to purchase an … Continue reading