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  • Re: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

    Jacey, As mentioned in the thread above, that can't be done with the Tab 2. It's just a terrible programming feature in an otherwise great tablet. Unfortunately, it severely limits the Logos app on that device, which really stinks since that is the main reason I bought the tablet in the first place. Tim
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Chaffey on Tue, Dec 25 2012
  • Re: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

    Hi Tim, I completely agree with your latest post. The best case scenario would be for Logos to make this available on the app. My tablet has wi-fi but it is not ever going to be connected to cell towers. So the only time I would have access to all my books is if I'm at home or a place with wi-fi access. I would love to be able to download a ton of my
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Chaffey on Sat, Nov 10 2012
  • Re: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

    Hi Frank, That option is there with my Android phone, but that is not an option with the Tab 2 running ICS. I sure wish it was available. Tim
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Chaffey on Sat, Nov 10 2012
  • Re: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

    After reading up on this some more, it does appear to be impossible w/o rooting the tablet. This is due to the fact that Samsung called the internal memory on the Tab 2 "sdcard." So when an app installs to the "sdcard" it is actually installing on the internal memory. The external sd card (extsdcard) doesn't get used unless you manually add files to
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Chaffey on Sat, Nov 10 2012
  • Re: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

    Here's an update to my previous post. It looks like I was wrong. The process I described just keeps things on the internal SD card (8 GB with the Galaxy 2). So I still don't know how to move the apps to the external card like I can do with my phone. I see that the app stores offer free downloads of programs designed to allow you to move apps to the
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Chaffey on Sat, Nov 10 2012
  • Re: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

    Hi James, I just received the same tablet and put in a 32GB card. I noticed the same problem, but I think the tablet will automatically transfer the files to the SD card when you do the following: Go to settings/application manager/ Bible (Logos shows up as Bible) then let it calculate the storage--it might take a minute or two. As it is doing that
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Chaffey on Fri, Nov 9 2012
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