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Remove Google Account from Android Phone without Factory Reset?


Friday 28th of January 2011 / androidforums.com
I would like to change the default gmail account that was created on my new Wildfire, as getting in mess with this one, contacts and other info So would like to create a new gmail account on pc and use that one instead Since I know nothing whatsoever about setting up email accounts on mobile phones (the man in the shop did this one for me, under protest!) I wondered if it's possible to start again Without a resetI found thisHow to Remove Google Account from Android Phone without Factory Reset | Gadgets | Technize - Be Techdated Are either of these options any good?Also I need help setting up the new account too,if it's possible? Can set up gmail on pc but don't know if there are extra settings
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Can we expect to see an Android-powered netbook in 2009?


Wednesday 26th of November 2008 / androinica.com
The speculation surrounding netbooks only seems to be getting stronger, and the latest rumors are suggesting that we could have an Android-powered netbook in our future. Of course, this could possibly lead to a nice small tablet as well, but based on the popularity (or current lack of) a tablet would most likely come after a netbook.So far nothing has been stated publicly about a netbook, however Google has mentioned in the past that they will eventually bring Android to the desktop market. We can also expand on that a little further, because it has been rumored that the x86 version of Android will be available in Q1 2009, hence the Android-powered netbook in 2009 rumor.The one downside here is that Google has pushed quite a lot into the cloud, we have Gmail, Google Docs and more, all available with a Internet connection. Personally I think that in order to see an Android-powered netbook really succeed some of that would have to come offline, hopefully not by way of Google Gears. Of course, on the positive side, with Android being an open-source OS the cost would likely be able to r
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Use the Android Central Wallpaper Gallery to help design your next credit card


Tuesday 28th of February 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Have you ever signed up for a new credit card, gone through the approval process and got stuck on the card design at the end? Often times the designs are never cool enough, they never fit your very own style and finding something awesome isn't always the easiest. Android Central forums member zero neck decided to make use of the stock Ice Cream Sandwich wallpaper on their card, and the results were pretty awesome. But again we realize that isn't for everyone, but there is likely to be something for everyone in our favorite wallpaper gallerty, right? So why not before o…Continue Reading HereUse the Android Central Wallpaper Gallery to help design your next credit cardJared DiPane – androidcentral.com
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Playboard for Android, a Cool App to Help You Find Other Cool Apps


Wednesday 12th of September 2012 / androidheadlines.com
There’s something about finding new apps that makes me happy. Whether it’s a new game or awesome utility app, they are the glue that keeps us stuck to our devices. Playboard is a new way of finding apps that you will like and a way for keeping track of apps you will in the future. With Playboard, you can search through user popular apps, trending apps, and “just-in apps.”If searching randomly through isn’t your style, you can customize your board with categories and channels you like the most to make sure you’re finding the best apps possible. Go check it out and let us know if you find anything good. We’re always on the hunt for the next big thing.Play Link<b…Continue Reading HerePlayboard for Android, a Cool App to Help You Find Other Cool Apps – droid-life.com
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HiVision Android-based netbook gets a video review


Monday 01st of February 2010 / androinica.com
The netbook/slate/tablet market is starting to get very crowded, but I’m starting to wonder if any of it makes any sense. Case in point: Hivision’s PWS700CA netbook, which is based on Android. An Android-based netbook is nothing new, but Hivision’s planned $100 price tag makes this stand out from the crowd of devices. The specs? They aren’t so oustanding.Below is a video review of the Hivision PWS700CA. The Android netbook has a 7-inch display, 600MHz ARM926 process, 128MB of RAM, WiFi, and 720p video playback. I just don’t see the point of having a computer with only 600MHz and Android, but I’ve learned that there’s always someone willing to take on a new device. Take a look at this video review from ARMDevices.net.
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Android powered netbook available for pre-order?


Wednesday 04th of March 2009 / androinica.com
We have seen the topic of an Android powered netbook come up a few times now, we have even seen Android get installed on an Eee PC, now Always Innovating have announced the pre-order availability of their Touch Book netbook.The Touch Book offers a unique design, with half of the unit being a touchscreen display and the other half being a detachable keyboard. As far as the hardware features, the Touch Book will have an 8.9-inch 1024 x 600 display, an 8GB microSD card for storage, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, an accelerometer, 6 USB ports, speakers, microphone in, headphone out as well as a battery life of between 10 to 15 hours.Although the Touch Book is available for pre-order, in all honesty it is technically not really running Android. That said, they do mention on the FAQ that “you can install many other OSes, including Google Android, Ubuntu, Angstrom, and Windows CE. You are free to do whatever you want.”Basically this means that an Android powered netbook has not truly been announced, but at the same time it is slightly encouraging to see Android get a listing as
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Rumor: MSI to unveil an Android powered netbook during Computex 2009


Thursday 23rd of April 2009 / androinica.com
Rumor has it that we can expect to see an Android-powered netbook showcased during Computex 2009. The report is coming courtesy of the Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) and simply mentions that MSI are planning to demo an Android-powered netbook in an effort to “gain orders from global PC vendors.” Unfortunately, the details are limited to just that, and as you would expect, MSI has not offered any comment that confirms or denies the rumor. I guess it looks like we will have a little while to wait on this one as Computex is not scheduled to begin until June 2. Of course, assuming this report is accurate, it does lead one to wonder whether MSI will be using an existing Wind model or something new.[DigiTimes]
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I have another android question if you can help, i was asked


Wednesday 15th of August 2012 / justanswer.com
I have another android question if you can help, i was asked to look at an archos android tablet for a near blind person. it took about 45 mins.to connect to the hub using a remembered connection despite showing the wireless network as available immediatly. the email settings had gone. i tried following the setup for pop3, it asked for incoming server, btinternet.com, then port address,110, then security, none, it then trys to connect to server but fails so dosnt get as far as outgoing server settings ?Already Tried: followed email setup that appears when tapping email icon. after entering incoming server, port and no security it dosnt find server.
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ASUS confirm development of Android based netbook - Android Authority


Saturday 21st of February 2009 / androidauthority.com
In recent news, Bloomberg have written a speculative article on ASUS and the prospect of the Android OS in their upcoming netbooks. As one of the first companies to pioneer the netbook style laptops (sub-$500), ASUS continue to forge a path which many other manufacturers have already begun to walk. Samson Hu, head of the Eee PC business at ASUS, recently said that ASUS have “allocated engineers to develop an Android-based netbook by as early as the year”. Hu was quick to mention that whether or not this will result in a final product is unclear since the project is still in development.Obviously the number one producer of PC operating systems is Microsoft. However, Calvin Huang, a computer-industry analyst at Daiwa Securities Group Inc. in Taipei believes that Google have enough strength behind them to really have a bite at the Windows cake and perhaps steal some of the market share.However, Microsoft remain defiant, with Ben Rudolph, senior manager for Windows reported as saying “We remain confident that people will keep on buying Windows, as we’ve seen strong growth in Wind
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android icraig netbook clp285 reset help!!


Sunday 01st of December 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I did a reset on my android craig clp285 and lost many apps. it does not let me open downloads, lost operamini, android market, google play. How can I fix this?
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