Head back to the Nexus 7’s Settings, go to About, and check for a System Update. (Note the date will be in the 60’s its okay)
If that does not work, you’ll have to repeat steps 1 – 5. You may have to repeat several times. I read about someone that had to repeat 10 times before it worked. I had to repeat a few times. I lost track of how many times, but it worked!
When I created this site, I decided I really didn’t want it to be an Android/Nexus 7 news site. There are already several of those. Besides, I don’t have the man power of those other blogs to keep up on all the latest happenings. Having said that, there have been some developments which just can’t be ignored by a Nexus 7 blog.
Since these “developments” have already been written about by the major Android/Nexus 7 news sites, I am just going to link to the articles.
First a little introduction to my tablet experience. Last August, like many other people, picked up an HPTouchPad during the fire sale. This was my first tablet experience. I liked the TouchPad a lot, but because of the uncertainty of the webOS platform, I was looking for something else. The TouchPad is capable of running Android via CyanogenMod, so I decided to install it. I found that I was using Android more than I was using webOS. Since I was using Android, I wanted to go with a true Android device. I heard that Google was coming out with their own tablet and that it would possibly be available in July. I sold my TouchPad and placed my order for the Nexus 7 as soon as it was announced.
So, there’s the short version of how I became a Nexus 7 owner. 🙂
I decided to start a blog because I’ve been reviewing different case/cover options for the Nexus 7 and I wanted a place to post. This blog will be used to post my reviews and to spout random musings about my experience with the Nexus 7.