Zaf110, 11 Aug 2013yes pal i have tried alreadyLOL the one thing that can't be fixed by a software update is a grounding issue. That's the most basic hardware issue there is! Similar to the on/off switch being broken...
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2014Can we use 3g in nexus 7Yea surprisingly we can bro :D
sunny, 31 Aug 2013Hey does it support OTG and 3g ...... Does it has sim card slot for 3g.......Yes it does support OTG and it had sim slot(only lte version)
nishad.bm2, 16 Jan 2014Whether Calling is possible?No voice call supported
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2014Hi everyone, hope I can find the answer here after searching many electronic shops and buying ... moreYes mate it does. Just search YouTube for review big nexus 7 its all explained there and there is few of thouse on YouTube
Hi everyone, hope I can find the answer here after searching many electronic shops and buying the wrong tablet.
I need a tablet with 4G data connectivity mainly to connect to the Internet instead of making calls.
I also need the Multi User profiles function.
After having bought a Tab 3 LTE (v4.2.2) and Tab Pro 8.4 (v4.4), I discovered that both doesn't have the function. I called up the manufacturer and they told me none of the LTE models supports Multi User profiles.
Now, can anyone tell me if the Nexus 7 LTE supports Multi User profiles?
Thank you guys!
Hi, I am planning to buy Nexus 7 2013 model and would like to know how is the sound quality? I am planning to use it mostly without headphones so this matters a lot. Please let me know if the sound is audible.
can anyone tell me is this tablet is calling or not and second thing what's the rate of this tablet. pls is this urgent.
sunny, 31 Aug 2013Hey does it support OTG and 3g ...... Does it has sim card slot for 3g.......Even i am searching for that...
Aneef Izhar, 05 Sep 2013Yes it supports otg. And I don't think ithat Sim version is available yet+4So true. Early adopters have to deal with bugs and hieghr price tags. That's just the way it goes.But it would be awesome to see a company like Google issue retro-active rebates for early adopters. Like after they sell a couple million or whatever it takes to be profitable and they're going to do a price drop, offer like a $50 rebate check or something. I realize that equals paying out $50,000,000.00 but they would probably make another $300,000,000.00. Consumer loyalty is hard to come by unless you're Apple. But I think people would respect that and stick with or switch to Google. People don't like getting ripped off . Even if it's just the way the perceive things as any company can charge what they want and no one is forced to buy anything.
Zata, 13 Aug 2013Do you really have "Make available offline" option after the latest Google Maps upda... more+2i think Google needs to market the Nexus line of prtcodus more I mean, look at Apple I think their prtcodus are overpriced and overhyped, but one thing that they're really good in is marketing they have ads almost everywhere! on the internet, on the tv, on billboards, posters, etc i've seen some Nexus ads on the internet but i don't recall seeing them on tv or in posters/billboards around town again you may argue that Apple is Apple and people will buy them regardless of their marketing, but look at Samsung vs HTC I absolutely love HTC prtcodus, and I must say that the One series is a really good product, but they failed to capture the market due to lack of marketing it's a sad thing to know that some people might not even know the existence of Nexus 7 even though its been on the market since July, yet almost everyone knows about iPad mini that's just been announced last week
forget this junk! bought this junk used it 6 months until Google updated then WiFi gone!
use it as reader for, two more months waiting for new update but on off button not working!
sent to asus…...w warranty a joke.....said liquid damaged cost $200 to replace mb n bk!
water damaged? a real joke when only used in be for night time reading!
don't hv a waterbed either!
stay off this junk with Asus!!
Wrong. The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toogle can also switch between on/off, requiring that you hold the finger on it for a second.