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NICO402, 17 Jan 2017My Pixel C does not have "Night Light" in the Display options like my Pixel does, I like to th... moreAlright, for starters, let me say that I think it's ridiculous you're lugging this big a device to bed. I don't judge... but I do.
So, as for Night Light, you have a few options.
1. Grab a screen filter from Google Play
2. Put yourself on an updated custom ROM (I can help you with that if you like, it's great for customizability. I recommend Pure Nexus: https://forum.xda-developers.com/pixel-c/development/rom-pure-nexus-substratum-t3537538)
3. Wait for Google to push the Android 7.1 update
My Pixel C does not have "Night Light" in the Display options like my Pixel does, I like to think that using it at night with this feature on would help me sleep easier. How do I get that feature on my Pixel C?
TAO, 21 Oct 2016I prefer the whole communication package 2G to 4G in addition to WIFI IEEE802.11 AC in the Pix... moreReason there will be no SD card slots soon is because of Stutnex. If you don't know what it is looking it up but basically ssd's etc can all be made in secure environment but if you have a card slot so easy for someone to slip in card full of things like Stutnex. Manufacturers know about this and once it came into public domain 5 or so yrs ago only the company's that were at end of design/production process (ie - 3-5 yr) they phased it out quicker as an ex custom rom programmer Google know what their doing if you ever used the old Android market you'll understand as about 70% of it were all adware/malware etc etc .
As for pixel C 64gb liking it powerful tablet and okay for money considering 1.9ghz cput and ddr4 ram .
You mention Lenovo I have the 510 256gb 2gb Radeon video card 8GB ddr4 ram and an i7 2in1 no probs so far and playing xboxone games like Forza even though says graphics don't meet requirements I just turn it up ,sweet as a nut .
Hope I've been of some help .
Per CNET, "Google Pixel C is the best Android tablet money can buy".
The speakers are very tinny the ones on the Samsung tab s 10.5" are so much superior in clarity.
The screen is too narrow, youtube has huge black bars on the top & bottom, the screen needs to be around 10mm wider then the screen would be perfect. Does google do any consumer testing??
It can do all the stuff [yourtablethere] can do. How does battery and cooling compare? Anyone actually know anything or is this just another _it's worse because we say it is internet type of thing_?
This good tablet is a record breaker in NOs!!B Nos(No +)!Congregations.
TAO, 21 Oct 2016I prefer the whole communication package 2G to 4G in addition to WIFI IEEE802.11 AC in the Pix... moreAgreed. MSD will be the 2nd user data/content (photo, videos, etc) backup when offline.
No SD card expansion
$499.00 price? Are you kidding?
Have they sold one yet?
I prefer the whole communication package 2G to 4G in addition to WIFI IEEE802.11 AC in the Pixel C and more.
Been researching the why no Micro SD card (MSD) slot. This is what I learnt, slot will allow to save your photos, I think most apps by design default to using the limited built-in internal storage (BIS) for most operations Adobe acrobat app pushes PDF files to BIS. The ability to use MSD as extension to BIS well its unstable. I have confirmation from Samsung that was the reason why they removed that feature, seems the other manufacturers are doing the same. So MSD offers very limited advantage. By the way, if you have different experience I like to learn from you how you managed to work around making this feature works perhaps help Samsung return the feature to the S7 and future devices.
Perhaps the manufactures removing the MSD slots knew how little benefit this is to users, however if this is true I just cannot figure out why Pixel C is BIS to 64GB, if it has lets say 256GB, this will more then enough for us to use and not worry of running out of memory this also applies to the Internal RAM limits. The cost DRAM, SSD are steady dropping and companies like Samsung makes all the components for tablet or laptop or mobile phone even the batteries for their flame up Note 7. I am glad they discontinued the Note 7, confuses the authorities trying to identified which device has the safer battery. Lithium polymer flame up vulnerability explained by the inventor http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04c1l67
As I type I get this rather odd conspiracy thought, larking in each of the device manufacturers, some sort of algorithm (manufacturing cost vs sale price equals to profit) is being used and followed religiously creating the proverbial equivalent of the second oldest profession the bean counter in their organisation. But then if the specs are right along with price is justified sales will go up ... as the volume sales counter argument. So Pixel C intended to low volume sales?
So is there a solution? I think the above keeps repeating itself, they launch a new device and yet the expectation generated never reach that itch you wanted to scratch. Can you depend on the manufacturers to break that cycle, so far by observation product release seems to show some sort of unofficial cartel in play.
Perhaps looking elsewhere for solutions to meet your requirements, where copy rights and privacy are off concern then consumer accessible cloud e.g. Adobe cloud, Drop Box, MS cloud are out, you should look to Network Attach Storage, creating your own secured private and personal cloud, that allows storing of data and images from your devices and keeping BIS free for your apps or apps to have the space to manage large file sizes temporary and storing. I did.
I know a lot of people buying product that tells them out of memory house keeping required, then you waste your valuable time doing that and that message keeps popping up regularly like a recurring nightmare, so you look for the next one and repeat that cycle. right or am I that far off target? I am hoping that the manufacturers will wise up and product something that meets the consumer needs today and in the near future.
Alienware was mentioned expensive however the performance and power that the laptop gives you the confidence it will meet your today and in the near future for a few years. The tablet is a reinvention of a lower spec laptop with touch screen capability look at the tablet accessories keyboard, mouse, pen, etc. Lenovo Yoga Book 2016 with Android OS looks good but limited BIS of 32GB why?????
Why would I buy Google's Pixel when Samsung tablets are superior in features and other specs. Looks like a chinese version of Samsung.
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2016what!!!!!!!!! no fingerprint sensor.ow that hurts and no sim.ow shit!!!!I don't have fingerprint on my fingers.Alienware M17xR2CWNGSM1 took my face as my recommendation and saved it to internet the whole shit costed me 2Grand.
what!!!!!!!!! no fingerprint sensor.ow that hurts
and no sim.ow shit!!!!
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