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Sunday, May 8, 2011

5 Things that must be repaired in Honeycomb Android

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ShoutBloger: Computer vendors competing to make a tablet device that can run with the Android operating system 3.0 or Honeycomb.

Call it with tablets Motorola Xoom, Samsung from the beginning has been to unite the Android 2.2 (Froyo) to the Samsung Galaxy Pad, Acer, ASUS, and others.

They chose to collaborate with Google's platform is artificial because the OS is claimed as an operating system specifically designed for tablet devices. Advantages than Android OS aimed at smartphone are able to surf the Internet with more satisfying.

However, it turns out Honeycomb Android not free from criticism. Citing tech site PC World, there are five things that must be repaired in the Google operating system.

Here are 5 Things that must be repaired in Honeycomb Android:

1. The color is less detail.
If you look at the photographs displayed on devices using the Honeycomb Android operating system has a color that is less sharp.

When reconcile the same image on Honeycomb Android, Apple iPad 2, even Android Froyo, the image on the Honeycomb Android was the most opaque. Maybe Google makes it looks darker, but the result is far from satisfactory.

2. The keyboard should be better.
In the Android operating system version 2.x, every virtual keyboard that is displayed has a design that fits in your hand. In that version, Google also made a feature button that automatically types a word context. Com and @ for easy browsing or writing email.

But, on Honeycomb Android Google does not add useful features to it earlier.

3. The interface is less good.
If you observe the display interface on the tablet were Honeycomb Android platform, there are three virtual buttons as the main navigation at the bottom left of the main page.

Unfortunately, the three buttons the only one that is clearly visible. This may be one consequence of the dark effects to demonstrate Google.

In addition, the "exit" is represented with arrows that could be interpreted as "back" button.

4. Root Directory is messy.
A tablet is expected to be integrated with other devices, like USB, memory cards, televisions, disc players, and so forth. But, if you use a Honeycomb tablet, do not be surprised if the external device directory is not directly readable on the system, but tucked Removable directory.

As a result, the user must first dismantle the system directory manually to find the network where the external device is connected. Of course it takes patience and time to find it.

5. External readers data sometimes problematic.
Do not be surprised if Honeycomb Android not recognize or can not read the data you store on an SD card or USB Flash. If indeed the system really can not read, sometimes the user will be prompted to re-enter your external device earlier.

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