A considerable one is that it can't support You tube app
i like this device
Another error: Only a max of 128 GB microSD card accepted. Not 256 GB.
And seriously, I was looking for a page like this one (to compare with this one) below so I could truly see all the nitty gritty detailed specs of the Fire. But all I'm finding anywhere is this little crappy list. *sigh*
** This is the LINK to the spec list for the phone I'm looking at buying to replace the Kindle Fire: http://www.devicespecifications.com/en/model/87212dac
There is a mistake in the specs, there isn't a vibration option availible for notifications, let alone a vibration motor.
I like how thw site displayed the information and got right to the important stuff. very valuable information.
AnonD-529702, 24 Apr 2016This is an absolutely horrible tablet and not worth $10 let alone $50. Tiny ram, slow, unstabl... morewell what the fuck else do you expect from a 50$ tablet lmao you get what you paid for.
bought this tablet, for this price its really great i really like it but in my country i cant have access to amazon books
booboo, 04 May 2016LOL, just install CM on it and it becomes a decent tablet.Sorry booboo.. I should have left my address for a reply Joseph.firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks
This tablet used to be easy to root but Bezobub got sneaky and kept running 'updates' that made it impossible. Unrooted it is a mess. No browser, or utilities or access to them. Just Amazonalong.
AnonD-529702, 24 Apr 2016This is an absolutely horrible tablet and not worth $10 let alone $50. Tiny ram, slow, unstabl... moreThis tablet does not suck and it is a great buy! For adults who do web browsing, reading, listen to music, check e-mails, etc., you know stuff adults do, this is a bargain! For adolescent gamers, no. For young kids whose parents supervise what they watch, this is perfect!
The battery capacity for this devise is 2980mAh/11.03Wh
This is an absolutely horrible tablet and not worth $10 let alone $50. Tiny ram, slow, unstable and the Fire OS is awful. Stay away from this piece of crap.
This is a very inexpensive tablet that has good versatility with a custom ROM. I recommend SlimLP.
AnonD-475305, 23 Dec 2015It does have BluetoothYes, you'r right, I saw it
With the default Fire version of Android, this isn't a bad little tablet either four, or five out of ten (for the price), but once you strip away the Amazon junk-ware, root, install a decent launcher (I recommend Nova), and side-load gapps, it gets boosted to a clear eight or nine out of ten (again for the price). OK, we all know it isn't going to out perform the latest and greatest Android tablets, but it can still do a lot better than some that cost two or three times the price!
AnonD-484161, 04 Jan 2016can this tablet run Mortal Kombat X game? i install the game manually but not able to run on i... moreYou can install and run it, but you will need to use something like Link2SD to expand your storage (which I believe in turn requires root).
That may be IP based location tracking not GPS,
AnonD-490102, 18 Jan 2016Bought two of these and have had them for a couple of days now. I don't read that they have G... moreNot exactly, you do not need GPS hardware to track location, it can also be done just using your wifi.
I am an Android developer
Bought two of these and have had them for a couple of days now. I don't read that they have GPS, but some apps are able to track your location as a part of their proprietary agreements. That would seem to indicate there is GPS of some sort used in the Fire7.
No "Gorilla Glass" but it is a tough material never the less, as proven by one frustrated user who, in a fit of stupidity, gave the center of the Fire a closed fist knuckle punch. The result? No harm no foul.
The Fire comes with a LOT of bundled 'stuff'. Most of that stuff is geared to the sale of Amazon goods and services. I knew that going in so it's no biggie for me. I realize that's how Amazone sells these for $50 new, rather than a whole lot more. There is nothing that forces me to use any of those offerings. I put them in a file and move that file to the end of the icon line. No big deal.
Bottom line: I have to say I'm very happy with my Fires. They do what I want them to do and do it with very nice conformation.