=beast= wrote:except when u make a mistake, delete the word and type again, it auto changes it to your mistake
edit:hay look, new page post again. i swear this is a conspiracy
PalZer0 wrote:I'm actually a noob when it comes to buying Android apps. How does it work on a Wi-Fi only tablet?
Agent_Dark wrote:PalZer0 wrote:I'm actually a noob when it comes to buying Android apps. How does it work on a Wi-Fi only tablet?
Just connect it to the internet via a wi-fi network...
PalZer0 wrote:I've done that already but it's actually buying the apps that I'm not completely sure on. Getting free ones is easy enough as there's no cost involved.
Cas Bitton wrote:PalZer0 wrote:I've done that already but it's actually buying the apps that I'm not completely sure on. Getting free ones is easy enough as there's no cost involved.
Log into the Google Play site (google account you use on your tablet)
From here you will be able to buy and download free apps over the air directly to the device.
Click the price/buy button for the apps you want, job done!
PalZer0 wrote:My main concern is how I'll be billed.
CrazyMonkey wrote:PalZer0 wrote:My main concern is how I'll be billed.
You be billed on your Credit/Debit card for the amount owed, nothing more, nothing less.
CrazyMonkey wrote:Unless of course you buy that Smurfs game and purchase **** in game that actually costs money
DXPetti wrote:Android & Me's Top 10 App Updates is always a good read if you want to check out the latest and greatest apps
ChainsawMcP wrote:Misplaced the phone - so I was relieved that I'd put one of those locater programs on - except that it was 18 months ago and I couldn't remember the name of the program or the commmands or password if there was one.
Tried one of the install afterwards apps - with a thousand options - but it didn't seem to work for me...
So I had to resort to Plan B - which is a little app called Plan B.
Plan B uses your Google account to authorise an OTA install - so it basically arrives at the phone as an email with admin rights - installs itself - and starts sending location detail emails to the GMail account.
The first email just confirms it is installed and working.
Then it uses tower locations for a rough fix - in my case it said it was within 16m of a particular location and showed a Google StreetView (which happened to be the front of my house...)
Further emails use GPS if it can get any sort of fix (if the GPS is off the app turns it on - but if the phone is inside GPS may not be great) - Mine was down to 3m.
Turned out it had fallen in the clothes hamper and I couldn't hear the ring tone under all the clothes...
So - maybe not an essential to install - but VERY useful to know about.
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