thanks for that, I'll try them on my tablet later to see if they work, I'm currently trying to work out whether it is a m001!Hi,
On flytouch/app-compatibility section of slatedroid's forum i found this list:
Downloadable in a single .RAR file here
Not all of them seems to work on my M001 but that's it.
LOL!!!Is it wrong of me to be glad that Angry Birds *doesn't* work on the m001?
I've already lost so much of my life to that game on my HTC Phone lol
And only a few days ago a friend pointed out the game is available for PC now.... grrrrrrr
Hi Senapone,I downloaded Angry Birds from OPERA mobile market, but after a long installation process it starts not aligned at all (i could only see the bottom part of the game).
I agree with you on that one. When I purchase my M-001 I new that it would be mostly for reading and basic apps (news, weather, music...) If I wanted a "multimedia" tablet I would of purchase a "grown up tablet" like the Galaxy , Xoom or Iconia. I prefer the 7" size to the 10", I find that I can read allot longer on the M-001 vs my Galaxy 10.1" (that I use more for my travels). There is tons of stuff that you can not do with the M-001, but if you use it with basic apps and do not overload it, it is by far one of the best 7" tablet I have used.The M-001 has a CPU clocked at 366 MHz (or somewhere near 366 MHz ), no dedicated gpu acceleration and screen resolution 800 * 480 pixels. Even the cheapest android mobiles have cpus clocked at 600Mhz,a weak gpu acceleration the screen resolution 320 * 240 (or 480) pixels. Most of games I have tried are more like slideshows at best. So forget about emulators or games with nice graphics (and I do not mean 3D).