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Google Nexus - 7" - 16GB: With more pixels than an HDTV in the palm of your hand, movies appear in Full HD and even small text looks razor-sharp. Whatever you use it for — Web browsing, watching movies or gaming — you won't want to put it down.
7" screen with 1920 x 1200 resolution
This high-resolution screen is ideal for gaming and streaming HD content.
Android operating system
Productivity and entertainment at your fingertips. Download apps, games, movies, music and eBooks from Google Play. Cloud integration provides a seamless experience across all Android devices.
16GB storage capacity
Plenty of space for music, movies, photos and more.
The right combination of fast performance and power efficiency. It allows rapid multitasking, delivers smooth response and unleashes stunning graphics.
Dual HD cameras for photos and face-to-face chat
1.2MP front camera and 5MP autofocus rear camera.
Power your day with Google
Work, play and connect right out of the box with Google+, Search, Gmail, YouTube and Hangouts. Save files in the cloud with Google Drive, and join gamers around the world with the Play Games app.
A:AnswerI think this is a kit Kat issue. I have multiple devices (both Nexus and skinned Android) that have the latest OS and they all don't do the text resize thing anymore (which I thought was an awesome feature btw). It could also be an issue with the latest ver of Chrome.
A:AnswerIt depends on the type of pop ups you're getting. If it's from within the browser, then it's just an ad. Ignore them or stay away from sites that have too many of them.
If you're talking about notification pop ups, then it's because an app is a little too overzealous with ads. Go to the notification shade and long press on the offending notification until it says app info. Tap on app info and it will take you to the app settings page. You can uninstall the app so it no longer sends those annoying notifications.
A:AnswerVerizon charges 10 a month for tablet on the account, however if you didn't buy one through them, you have to get one of the portable WiFi hubs and that costs a little more. Their insurance is 10 a month if you buy a Nexxus through them.
A:AnswerIf you attach the tablet to the computer using the charging cable it will install the drivers onto your computer then you can just go to the computer files folder and look at the nexus 7 by clicking on it. You will see the DCIM folder inside it is another folder called camera you can click on it to see your photos. From there just copy them onto the computer and you are done.
Depending on your device you may also be able to charge it from the computer while you are moving or copying photos. Note that if you move the images off of the tablet they will no longer be on it.