Uploaded on Feb 20, 2012
**IVIEW 760TPC Detailed Setup Guide for New Tablet**
(also known as... Ployer Momo9)
This powerful and cheap/inexpensive (~$130 in the US) Android tablet has got some power and performance behind it. Up to par to the Samsung Galaxy S and Nexus S devices. Also capable of running ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich)... up to 4.0.3 as of this video.
I will be going over (with detail):
- showing you what to do right when you receive your new 760TPC... what apps to install, how to remove phone functionality that is draining the battery
- also showing you how to make the 760TPC into a capable PC with keyboard, mouse, & monitor.
- and the performance by having being used in this docking method.
It is ~50 minutes long, thats why its detailed (also in 720P). So to help you...
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1.) 2:56 - Connecting to a Keyboard, Mouse, and Monitor/Display
2.) 7:19 - Setting Up Your Shiny, New 760TPC
3.) 10:20 - Essential Apps to Install... and the reasons why
4.) 15:30 - Disabling Phone Functionality to improve the battery
5.) 30:31 - (Optional) Updating the Market
6.) 33:07 - Video Playback Performance (through HDMI 1080p output)
7.) 40:19 - ICS 4.0.3 with Keyboard, Mouse, and Monitor/Display
8.) 47:36 - Video Gaming Performance (through HDMI 1080p output)
9.) 52:16 - * Conclusion and Wrap-Up *
This is a supplement to my IVIEW 760TPC Ultra Detailed Video Review:
IVIEW 760TPC Official Thread:
- this is my thread with all firmware and info
Quick Specifications (if you are wondering):
- 7-inch (800x480), capacitive multi-touch screen, up to 5 points
- OS: Android 2.3.4 rooted (supports ICS 4.0.x - works fine)
- CPU: AllWinner A10, 1GHz, single-core, Cortex-A8 core
- GPU: Mali-400
- RAM: 512MB (~128MB is allocated to the GPU)
- Storage: 4GB (2GB for system & 2GB for internal storage)
....... new versions shipping with 8GB internal storage
- Storage: also supports microSD (tested up to 32GB fine)
- Camera: 0.3 Megapixel Front Camera
....... new versions shipping with 2 megapixel camera
- Wireless: 802.11 b/g/n
- Battery: moderate usage ~5-6 hours, standby ~1+ weeks
- Accelerometer and Gyroscope are good
- NO GPS receiver, NO compass, NO bluetooth
In this video, I will show you what are the first things to do when you receive your shiny, new 760TPC. I will show you what essential (free) apps to install and how to improve the batterylife by disabling the phone functionality in the tablet.
I also took this opportunity to show you that it can be more than just a convenience tablet. I connected a wireless keyboard and mouse, as well as a monitor/display to it (through HDMI). I show this for both 2.3.4 and 4.0.3
Android builds in the hopes to inform those that were wondering if it was difficult or not to do, as well as the performance. You will be surprised how this stacks up.
Disclaimer: I am in no way responsible if you damage, ruin, brick, etc. your 760TPC if you flash any of the unofficial firmware, updates, patches, and mods.
So constructive comments and questions only please.
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