[Chugalug] Android tablets

William Wade willm.wade at gmail.com
Sun Oct 21 23:42:53 UTC 2012


I thought any Android device when plugged in could act as a mass
storage device (i.e. like any standard usb drive.)

On Sun, Oct 21, 2012 at 2:29 PM, Garrett Gaston <garrett85 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab, the big screen. I am currently just using the
> wi-fi internet, I do not want to pay for additional service apart from what
> I have at home. My only complaint is that I can not use it with Linux. When
> I plug in the device it will not show up anywhere. I've consulted google
> which gave me a bunch of tutorials but they have so far failed.
>
>> Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 11:35:04 -0400
>> From: jmaldrich at yahoo.com
>> To: chugalug at chugalug.org
>> Subject: [Chugalug] Android tablets
>
>>
>> So, after reading this thread on Jelly Bean, I'm tempted to go out and
>> buy a new tablet that's got Jelly Bean. Anyone know a decent tablet
>> that *will* use Mobile Data, but doesn't require a contract? The thing
>> I like about my Dell Streak is that I'm using T-Mobile's "pay as you
>> go" service and if something happens (like I get laid off or
>> something) I can just not pay next month and I'm not going to get hit
>> with a huge cancellation fee. OTOH, I still have access to data
>> on-the-go, even if I'm not near an open Wi-Fi hotspot.
>>
>> I would love to find a tablet that has the latest version of Android,
>> has mobile data service and does not require a contract, and all for a
>> decent price (<$200)
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