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of results for “10 inch tablets on sale” 10 inch Tablet Android ” IPS Octa Core 4GB RAM 64GB ROM YELLYOUTH Unlocked Tablet PC with Sim Card Slot. All the latest models and great deals on Tablets Tablet screen quality is measured in pixels per inch 1 Portal Way, London, W3 6RS, United Kingdom. Welcome to Amazon UK’s Tablets Store. Browse the latest Apple, Android, Samsung tablets and more, Tianyida 10 Inch Phablet.
Can anyone advise whether it is possible to use a Galaxy Tab A to cast kodi content to a tv using Chromecast? I really prefer on screen controls. They both come with Marshmallow and both have the same resolution screen. Don’t want to pay now? I haven’t have the chance to use the tab extensively, so can’t really give an opinion on this. What are you looking for?
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It might not be a wise thing to do given I’m travelling to China soon but I’m a bit concerned that I might not have time to search through local shops. Where did you ordered yours from? The original did not have S-Pen on it. That sounds good with the new Tab A, especially boosting the screen resolution to x I don’t think so. I used to use this year’s ago but it seems to have lost some flexibility with regard to drawing shapes. Best Tablets for

Editors’ note, June 8, These upgrades are also coming to the The other two iPad models — the iPad and iPad Mini 4 — remain a part of the lineup, unchanged since their earlier debuts. In the afterglow of its splashy debut, Apple’s tablet became the post-smartphone “it” gadget of the decade.

In recent years, however, sales have dipped — both for iPads and tablets in general. But not for lack of trying: Near-annual improvements have pushed the iPad family forward, with higher-resolution retina screens, ever thinner bodies, and — with the more expensive iPad Pro — towards productivity and creativity features such as stylus support and a high-end keyboard.

Ironically, the iPad line’s biggest problem was that the older models were so good that there wasn’t a huge incentive to replace them. And it didn’t help that phone screens have gotten ever larger in the past few years, too: Why lug out a tablet, even a slim one like an iPad, when a 5.

For watching videos, reading the web and playing Super Mario Run, older iPads — or those big-screen phones — remained good enough for a lot of users. That’s why I’m surprised that I’m as excited as I am about this new model, a 9.

Like the superthin inch MacBook, it drops all the honorifics — no Air, Pro or Mini here — and instead positions itself as the most purely distilled example of the concept. Not the bells-and-whistles flagship, but the one that delivers the iPad basics at a very competitive cost.

The price, in fact, is the most exciting thing about this otherwise very familiar iPad. There is no 64GB option. Thanks to its lower starting price, this is a great first iPad for someone new to the brand, or an opportunity to update from an older model that doesn’t support iOS 10 , such as the third-gen retina iPad or the original iPad Mini.

It’s close enough to impulse buy territory for a lot of people, and it’s also a near-perfect gift for anyone. So how did Apple cut the price on a full-size iPad without cutting into their legendary profit margins?

Well, let’s just say that this new iPad may not actually be as new as it seems. This new iPad replaces the iPad Air 2 in Apple’s tablet lineup, but it’s actually closer to the original iPad Air in some ways.

In fact, it has the exact same 7. By comparison, the Wi-Fi version of the iPad Air 2 is 6. Note that the LTE versions of these tablets weigh 7 to 9 grams more.

Even though this new model is slightly thicker and heavier, you’d probably have to put them side by side to notice. I should have let my daughter who is good at this type of fiddly stuff do it rather than her fat fingered father: When the next one arrives thats the plan.

Its ok as a cover imo. The keyboard is ok but I don’t like the two together as it doesn’t seem to be a good match. I think it touches the screen too much. I did have a temporary generic cover with a keyboard which was alright but it didn’t have the correct cutouts so if you wanted to use the pen or camera you had to remove the tablet.

At the time I couldn’t find anything else that was specific for the tablet and I still had some credit with the forwarding company. If you just want a flip cover then I’d recommend what I reviewed here.

As for type cover, I’m still holding out, hoping Logitech would make one. I have researched on the Amazon options including the one mentioned by drekkus before.

Apart from having to use a freight forwarder, they also have mixed reviews on Amazon so I’m not that keen at the moment. If I had to give a review I’d say as purely a cover its adequate.

The keyboard its self is good but as a combo with the cover it doesn’t work imo. The keyboard is too small and the rubber taps end up touching the screen. I tried another keyboard which is slightly bigger and the tabs are more on the case.

I also found that when you close it with the keyboard its very tight hence my concern with the keyboard touching the screen the way it does. The case needs open just that little bit wider and the keyboard a little bigger imo.

Got the screen protector today so I’ll post later how it went. This looks good as a cover, well protected and secure on edges, But doesn’t look like its for the S pen model.

Reminds me a bit of the cover on my phone with the rubberised buttons. Can anyone find a case for the A6? There is nothing out there that will also take the SPen and offers protection. Im looking for a case that protects the tablet if I drop it.

Dont want the fold over style, just a silicone back and sides cover will do. That makes it a bit harder. I’m happy enough with my “fold over style” cover even if it did cost more than its worth.

But when your options are limited There are plenty of generic covers out there but finding one which has the correct cutouts is another matter. I haven’t seen any silicone ones but I haven’t looked as I prefer protection for the screen.

Good luck in your endevours. Here is another cover on Amazon which does ship to Australia and comes in different colours. One of the reviews even had a comparison with the cover I bought which did address my main concern about the keyboard.

Enough so that I have now bought one: I ordered a cover for my The one that I wanted was the more “letterbox format”. Anyway my stuff up is someone else’s gain. If this will suit your Tab A whim me and I will happily hand it over for in return for a “cheers cobber”.

No charge no swap. I notice when I connect the Tab A it appears as a camera on the laptop. I can access the folders which are all empty but I can’t copy files into the camera folder.

Is this a file system issue? I don’t have a problem with files copied onto a micro sd. I bought this tablet a few months ago and loving it It makes it impossible to play so i need to restart app before it fixes back to normal.

Anyone experienced this and know a fix? When you connect the USB cable there’s an option to change the connection mode in notification area. However, the retail support from Samsung is suprisingly bare.

For example, I can not find either in store, at a samsung kiosk, or at samsung. Everyone, including Samsung staff are unaware the version with the s pen is a different size to the standard Tab A.

There are also no 3rd party cases either. I have settled for a pretty crappy ebay case. And what if I want to connect the tablet to a monitor? In fact, the male connector from the dock wont fit any micro usb port on any device.

Did Samsung release a tablet with a slight variation on the micro usb port? How can I connect the tab A to a monitor, a usb hard drive and charge at the same time?

I really want to use this device as my primary mobile tool, but I need to be able to dock it in some way for it to really become effective. Edit — turns out the micro usb connector on the dock was just very tight.

It does connect to the tablet. However, as the tab A is not MHL compliant, the dock does not seem to work. Will need to test further. I just bought this case, http: I have been trying to use a mouse with MS office, but cannot find a way to replicate the good old right mouse click.

Android treats this as ‘back’. Is the TAB A My wife ordered a cover and it doesn’t fit? Samsung support have told me that if my TV supports screen mirroring, it will work.

However, I want to be able to connect the tablet to a basic PC monitor. Has anyone tried this tablet with something like Google Chromecast? I just need to project some of the MS Office apps onto a monitor.

I am having serious buyers remorse over this tablet. I tried to do more research before buying, but there just wasn’t much out there for this model. The case I linked to previously arrived today.

The keyboard is an improvement on what I had, its padded, connects quickly and importantly doesn’t seem to push on the screen when closed.. The tablet itself does fit securely and all the cutouts match.

The criticism I do have is the case has more of a plastic feel that the other one I had. We will see how that stands up. It will provide some protection to the tablet though you wouldn’t want to drop it on the corner where the pen is.

Bit hard to avoid that flaw if you want easy access to the pen. Hey Drekkus, is it light? Very similar to this It’s not for the Tab A, its a cheap case I altered, but the keyboard is terrible and its heavy.

So in the absence of a proper case with keyboard, i’m looking for a decent bluetooth keyboard and light weight case combo. I guess thats a bit subjective. It does the job which is all I care about.

I don’t find it heavy, most of the weight is in the tablet. The keyboard has hard keys. Haven’t used it much but I can’t complain with the keyboard. I guess because the keyboard is in its own separate surround it may make the case a bit heavier than usual.

However I like a little bit of weight. The hardware have no problems playback any contents. My Samsung Galaxy Note Note was pretty much an EOL for Note series and if anything the S series is the one to upgrade to.

Maybe this would help: Install Package Disabler Pro to disable bloatware. No root required so no risk with voiding warranty. I wasn’t aware of this — Thanks. I’ll use this until the “newness” has worn off.

Then root and install ad away and Xposed. Not many custom ROMs for this tablet from what I see. Bought one of the last Galaxy Tab A I was after a replacement for my slowly failing Aldi Bauhn WLGQC, and of everything currently available, the Samsung was the only tablet to tick all the boxes in my Must Haves list.

The other accessory on my must get list is a Wacom Bamboo Smart stylus for it. I can’t see myself using the S Pen for any extended time too thin and uncomfortable.

I hope the Samsung does last as long as the Bauhn has. The Bauhn managed three and three-quarter years of solid use, before it started failing. Just tried using the supplied egb ported earbud headset with my tablet.

Those ported earbuds are useless, as they don’t come close to fitting. The earbud heads on them are simply too big, which makes the ports fail to insert. So if you need an after-market 3 button headset which will work with the 4G S Pen version of this tablet, then finding stocks of these LG is worth the effort.

How is everyone going finding a case with a keyboard? Thinking about this one http: That looks like the same one drekkus got through Amazon UK on the previous page.

There are a few options on Amazon but they don’t ship to Australia. IMO it’s not worth the trouble. The S3 has a full set of accessories but the price is a killer Too bad they only seem to come in white in store.

Regardless it’s perfect for what he uses it for. This was basically to replace his ageing laptop not too bad — an i7, but unsupported video card means he can’t upgrade to windows YouTube, eBay and Facebook are nice and responsive and clear as day on the panel: I’m looking at purchasing this tablet and I wanted to get feedback from current owners on how they find it.

I previously had the Samsung Tab S Bought it when it originally was released and i’ve been more than happy with it. I’m most interested in how you’ve found the screen quality, battery life and overall use of the tablet.

Also, are these reasonable prices for the tablet? Coming from a Tab S you need to keep in mind that you are ‘downgrade’ from the flagship series to a more budget series. With the negatives out of the, it’s still an upgrade from Tab S overall.

It’s faster with a more recent Android build and it’s more budget friendly. That gets to be annoying trying to use the tablet at night in the dark. I really prefer on screen controls. The JB photo shows the wrong stylus, the 2 button version for select 2-in-one devices The version they actually stock is the Bamboo Smart for Samsung Galaxy note The Bamboo kills the S Pen for comfortable use.

I wish there was a way to access the S Pen apps without needing to remove the S Pen from its holder. That would make the Wacom stylus so much easier to use, with less risk of losing the S Pen.

I was going to get one of these, but neighbour said battery is bad after 18months? I know Ipad have the best batteries from what i read! Ask him how he could know that the battery would be bad in 18 months, when the tablet was released only 7 months ago.

For the first batch of the tablet, there’s at least 11 months to go to reach his 18 months. Batteries going bad after 18 months, depends on the battery manufacturing QC, and how the battery is treated or mis-treated during charging.

An example, the Aldi Bauhn tablet my Samsung has replaced. So yeah, I’m calling BS on his claim. I know it did seem a bit odd, I knew he had one so wanted his input, ok maybe I’ll re think this one again.

Would it last for movies you think per charge? Truth, I’ve no idea. The only videos I have stored on mine are music videos. The 57 p music videos I have, gives a total runtime of 3 hours, 45 minutes, 18 seconds.

And that runtime is not even 2 movies. And as the battery ages from ordinary use, the length of time you’ll get out of charge will drop anyway, so having a power bank is a worthwhile investment.

With the battery in these being a mAh, a 10, mAh power bank would be the absolute minimum to get. Most of the cheap stuff on Amazon is rebranded China export.

I’ve ordered this one that should attach to any magnetic case. It gets great reviews http: Wanna ask you guys out of the box is the screen covered with a protector sheet that have to peel off? I’m actually surprised mine doesn’t have anything to peel off.

This actually makes the cross-referencing of products sold on Amazon with elsewhere harder for they don’t have consistent model numbers. Most of time I compare photos and dimensions, and hope they are the same.

Most of the time the user feedback on Amazon are quite handy though, especially those uploaded their own photos on how the product works in real life. This is an interesting solution.

I measured the dimensions and it might fit tightly inside my case. However, my case doesn’t have a kick stand so it make the setup useless on my lap so it might attach any magnetic case but not necessary mean it’s practical to use.

It should have had protective wrapping all around it but not clear like a screen protector. Other than that there’s no wrapper to peel off. So it’s not what I expect compared with other tabs that I have owned which always have some wrapper to peel off.

This was bought at TGG and the Samsung seals are all intact so I also have no reason to suspect it has been opened before. Not sure about Wi-fi version SM-T It’s 1cm narrower but the packaging method should be the same.

Thanks for the confirmation. It’s just my itchy fingers doesn’t get the kick without peeling screen wrapper off. Waiting for Amaon to bloody open in Aus. Why won’t logitech just make one darn it.

I guess just use the charger that come with it anyhow, I think I’m leaning towards Android since i know the System, rather than Ipad. I’ll keep eye out for sales on this model.. That Infiland one is a good find.

It does work out as expensive though. You could get free shipping to a re-shipper such as comgateway and then they usually have a good discount on your first order with them? I just decided I didn’t want to spend that much, so that is why I went with the gearbest option and an existing case I had ordered from ebay.

But you do need one with either a kickstand or a design that will let you rest the keyboard on the front. The Good Guys Flash Sale. Are there any indications of pricing for the tab S3 compared to this?

The pen with the S3 looks nice but since it is a wacom digitiser we can just buy any pen am i correct? I have no issue with the resolution however i hear that the S Pen lags a little?

If it is anything similar to the Note 4 then i dont really notice however if it is worse then i may reconsider and perhaps look at the S3. Any opinions from someone who uses this tablet for drawing?

Not any Wacom stylus, but a specific model. There’s 2 versions of the Smart. The 1 button version for the Note and Galaxy Tab, and a 2 button version for Windows devices.

Only thing which could be better is that to use the stylus, you have to take the S Pen out anyway. No lag at all. It behaves the same as the stock S Pen. It’s just heaps more comfortable to use.

There is a setting to keep digitiser on in settings. Just no air control. I’m happy with that. Turned it off, and my Wacom stylus is usable, just fine with the S Pen still in its slot.

I found another option under samsung keyboard settings touch the settings button on the keyboard and then go to other settings and switch pen detection on. The air command thing has also come up. Not sure if this triggered it?

I just got one for from JB over the weekend. They didnt have the stylus as it was EOL according to them and they had no stock but the S Pen works pretty well and it is nice that i dont need to keep it separately.

Thanks for finding that. It was another of the three settings needed to get the tablet set up to more easily use a Wacom stylus. I had to change my tablet back to the stock Samsung keyboard to access those settings.

Normally on my Android devices, I use SwiftKey. Turning that setting to ON makes the Air Commands hover come up as soon as the tablet detects the button press on the Wacom stylus. However, the Air Commands hover cannot be dismissed by another button press.

To make it able to be dismissed, you need to go into the main settings on the tablet. Turn it off, and you can then use one button press on the stylus to make the Air Commands appear, and a second press to dismiss them.

They didnt have the stylus as it was EOL according to them and they had no stock. Where in WA are you? Using Perth as a location for checking store stock, there’s supposed to be stock of the stylus at Lakeside Joondalup.

I checked at Midland and Malaga but they didnt have any. Is it worth the purchase. At least, now, you know where there still is stock of the stylus. With Ghost Armor, the stock Samsung black, and the Wacom black have too much friction, and the Wacom white has far too little.

No lag at all, even after setting the tablet so I can use the stylus, whilst the S Pen is stored. I bought the Pen on saturday and i really like it. It is true though the white nib is too slippery and i cant get enough pressure on the tab just the glass not using any protector as i have the samsung book case.

The feel is really nice however the button gets annoying and i cannot find a way to disable S pen button in the options. I found another option under Samsung keyboard settings touch the settings button on the keyboard and then go to other settings and switch pen detection on.

Turn it OFF, and you can then use one button press on the stylus to make the Air Commands appear, and a second press to dismiss them. Kheng, I’m guessing here, that on your tablet, the second one is ON, and possibly the third one as well.

If they are, then turn the second one to OFF. The Wacom stylus will still work, but to access the Air Commands, you’ll have to slide the Samsung S Pen from its slot. I just want to disable that function all together so that i dont accidentally have that pop up if i press that button.

I did some searching online. Users have been complaining about this since Samsung launched Air Command, back in, that there is no way to fully disable Air Command on a stock Samsung ROM, without root.

I was coming at it form the different direction and got things fouled up as well, I was looking for how to access AND dismiss the Air Command popup without needing to remove the S Pen from its holder.

Right now, the only thing I can suggest that might possibly work is get root access on the tablet, and install Titanium Backup, and then use it to Freeze the Air Command app so it cannot run.

I don’t know if that would work or not. If doing that would crash the tablet. Ah okay thats a bummer. Well its not that big of a deal since it just maximises my canvas while using infinitepainter if my hover is on however if i accidentally press it further away it brings up the air commands.

I used to be able to using smart View on my older galaxy note 8. Had this function been removed? I don’t remember seeing a single update since realease last year, security update is still Sep But I generally don’t use the pen when using a keyboard.

I wouldn’t The only A series tablet it’s supposed to work with is the 9. A proper case for out tablets will have a cut-out for the camera and the flash. Was going to buy this but Netflix has locked the device to p.

If you see a tablet with a You’re quite clearly not a fan of reading ebooks and magazines on a tablet, are you? FYI — Checked for updates this morning. Android Nougat 7 update finally, I will update it tonight.

I have the latter here and there’s still no update. I’m interested to hear your thoughts on if its a worthwhile update, or if its caused any problems or performance issues?

I have the T and got the notification that Nougat update was available last night. I haven’t upgraded yet. I updated last night. Update was very quick, haven’t used it much since the update.

My most popular apps are all working faultlessly. I’ll update this thread if i come across any negatives. I have a feeling that the Nougat firmware update for P needs telco’s approval hence the hold up.

Because the PY IS a phone, the telcos have final say in IF we’ll be allowed to get the firmware for our non-telco tablets. They, by Law, HAVE to make sure the phone and mobile data usage of the tablet does not foul up their networks.

What stylus would work with the model that didn’t come with an S-Pen? Any of the ordinary rubberized tip capacitive styluses. Ones like the Targus and Adonit styluses at Officeworks.

I have android 6. The usual place, XDA. The critical section in getting everything ready is: Original firmware For SM-T, https: Thanks post 2 For SM-P, someone please provide me with a link after you have verified.

I would like to root it how to do that? The root procedure is only for Marshmallow 6. Root and stay on 6. Nowadays on a Samsung Android device you can disable bloatware and block ads all without rooting.

Is there something I missed? I think I found it http: The ‘A6’ comes from the model series on the front of the box. You should see ‘Samsung Galaxy Tab A’ in mid grey text, and a white ‘6’ on a pale grey square background.

But all the retailers and reviewers always call it Samsung Galaxy Tab A, because of the year it was released in. Warning to those itching to upgrade their T to official 7.

So now I’m blaming my itchy fingers why have I become a early adopter and muck around with beta software. Is there any way to connect this tablet to a TV to watch Netflix etc?

I know you can do it wirelessly with Chromecast, but what if you don’t have wifi? Any way to do it with a cable? I think I read this model tablet doesn’t support MHL? I would recommend looking into wireless option even just for a future consideration.

Even if MHL is possible, do you really want to go there? Having to navigate via your tablet so close to the TV would ruin the experience. How come Android doesn’t have tablet app section like Apple?.

Android handles different resolutions far better than iOS so there’s no need to have specific 4: I think the drawback is that it’s difficult to optimise for different hardware but that’s the price to pay for supporting diversity.

They just work in their own ways. As for this specific tablet, it handles all apps very well just like my Samsung S7 Edge which has a complete different aspect.

This problem is not one restricted to our Samsung tablets, nor is it one of hardware diversity. What it is, is a problem of app dev laziness. App devs designing their apps only for phones in portrait mode, and making no attempt to have their apps work properly in landscape mode, much less the larger physical screen estate of a tablet.

I’ve seen the problem on my old Aldi Bauhn tablet and have it repeated on my Samsung tablet. I’ve got one of these but it doesn’t see 5ghz wifi. Is it the hardware or is there a setting I can turn on?

Something is not right. Maybe other T owners can confirm? None has WiFi frequency settings. It’s been ten days since I updated my P to Nougat. Everything is running fine.

There are no noticeable differences in P specific features in S-Pen and 4G after the upgrade. For anyone who’s interested: I ordered the Finite cover case from Amazon for my P, not the keyboard case one which they don’t ship to AU, just the this one.

I was ordering something else from Amazon so I combined shipping of both to save a bit. It’s slightly better built than the eBay one I bought before but otherwise little difference. If not for the combined shipping the price difference would not worth the ‘upgrade’.

Prob silly question but how come icons now are white around the edges? Oh i have that on the phone forgot about that, might pop it on. Anyone know of a HDMI adapter to use with it, so i can put my cable in?

How do u stop night glare? Is there any physical differences between the S-Pen and non S-Pen models? I bought myself a S-pen model but the only cases I like say only for the non S-pen models. So I wonder is there more then just a hole for the S pen?

The cases specifically made for one would not fit the other so be careful when you buy. Its tab a Sorry guys I don’t know how to quote comments that link back to the person commenting, I’m still trying to find out You might want to consider hunting up a suitable Wacom stylus for it, as the thin Samsung S Pen can become uncomfortable to use because it is so thin.

Any one has recommendations for a not too expensive keyboard for it too? Depends on what sort of keyboard you want. You can use a bluetooth keyboard. I just got one of these free with a subscription to The Australian.

Sure it’s not the cheapest way to get a Galaxy Tab A I paid a little more and get the paper delivered on the Saturday too. I just need to grab a case for it. I just got one of these free with a subscription to The Australian I paid a little more and get the paper delivered on the Saturday too.

With that combined price for the 12 months subscription, what actual price were they saying the tablet was? The speaker position on these tablets is garbage. Stereo only in portrait mode.

If you plan on watching videos, then getting a decent headset will be a must. Keyboard and case, useful, but not absolutely necessary. That’s something I’ve learned from using At the bottom it had ‘Tablet Subscriptions’, but it was for a limited time I think it’s finished.

Apparently Harvey Norman will deliver the tablet. I only signed up a week ago; the digital subscription was immediate, and I did get the paper on my driveway Saturday morning, but the Galaxy Tab A It is the WiFi only model — but I can create a WiFi hotspot on my phone, so that shouldn’t be a problem if I’m using it away from home.

There are ones sold by My Case Covers to suit your tablet. Your local cellphone kiosk in your nearest shopping centre, might also have suitable cases, but that’s less of a certainty.

If you can hold on, source yourself a keyboard case from Amazon US. Local options are more expensive but less waiting time. There are plenty of options, especially for keyboard cases, on Amazon US that they actually ship to AU.

Not so for the 4G model Updated Android on it, seems no torch anymore, had to install a 3rd party app for it which has adds seems silly they removed it. My phone still has the torch, wont be updating android on it.

Thats about my only complaint so far. There’s a lot more important things to consider when updating the OS on your phone than whether or not it has a built-in torch app.

Security, for example, which is likely to be far worse on an OS for which support has been discontinued. You meant that you updated to Nougat 7. The updating of OS simply reset the display order of short-cuts so it’s no longer on the first page by default.

The short-cuts in the notification area can be re-arrange. Just select the three dots on the top-right corner and ‘Button order’ then you can drag them around or across pages. You can pick which ones to be shown on the short-list without pulling down the entire notification area.

You can even edit the button grid in Nougat. I also noticed the torch short-cut missing and I just found it on the second page and moved it back to my preferred position.

As for the Tab A, I don’t use the torch option so I didn’t even bother to move it. Decent torch app with no ads. Oh seems they removed it as a widget that i can place on my homescreen, and moved it to the pulldown menu as u said.

Good to know, but would be better if it was still available as a widget like on my phone. Well it is, i like it as a widget on my home page like any other app, dont want the extra step to find it in the dark.

Will be getting new phone soon anyway which i imagine will have the updated android out the box. I see what you mean now. You can install a 3rd party ads free app like JeniSkunk suggested above.

All they do is to provide an UI to toggle a system function. To each of their own but I prefer the torch short-cut in notification area. For example, on my phone I place the torch short-cut near the top so I can use one hand to toggle the torch.

I can do that without unlocking the phone, something you cannot do with a widget placed on your home screen. For those who have updated to Nougat — has it had any noticeable impact on battery life?

I’m aware that there are many posts about Nougat battery life impact one way or another but I think:. The unit I got yesterday had 7. Early impressions of battery life are very good.

Not just Officeworks either Just looking for some advice I had a iPhone and I have recently switched to a Samsung S7. Can anyone advise whether it is possible to use a Galaxy Tab A to cast kodi content to a tv using Chromecast?

The S Pen in these Samsung tablets is just too thin to use comfortably for anything other than the most brief of note taking. JB HiFi have the stylus, though their site shows pics of the wrong version.

The Feel is, I think, a lot more stylish a stylus than the Smart, unfortunately, Wacom discontinued the Feel after releasing the Smart, so secondhand is the only way to get one. Replacing the Aldi with the Samsung in March this year, was no difference at all.

I havent seen the bins like that at a jbhifi since. I cannot find any mention of there ever being a dock for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A I can find the keyboard dock released in for the then current Samsung Galaxy Tab What is the model number of the dock you got?

Further digging, I’ve found model numbers for official Samsung universal docks. I decided to buy the Tab A After switching to a Samsung 7 phone I have found that Android 7 is actually very good in terms of understanding and use, so there has been no learning gap with my new Tab A.

Thanks for the two links as well! There is no drama in chromecasting Kodi to a TV, you just have to set up casting first in the Google Home app. Bought one of these to replace my wife’s iPad.

Last week it just stopped working. Dead as a door nail — no lights no boot. Anyone else had this happen? Failing that it’d be a RMA job with Samsung or even a straight replacement by the retailer.

Note that if it’s a lock stock then you have 24 month warranty. I’m on the move now so I’ll reply with details later but it’s most likely a false positive. I have seen it on three separate Android phones before.

It can cause short circuit. On Samsung Android devices this might cause a false positive as the port is moist. At least in the case of my Samsung S7 Edge this caused the phone to report that moisture detected in charging port and it refuses to charge.

In my two previous Android phones it confused the phone and they also refused to charge. In all cases I cleaned the port with a needle and then used a small flat head screw driver to slightly ‘lift’ the PIN from the side where its closer to the housing of the port.

The problem would magically go away. There’s no need to replace the entire port. The prices they quoted are dangerously close to buy another brand new Tab A on one of those specials anyway.

If you are game, take it back and clean the port as I mentioned. Also Google on the issue, there lots of information. In any case the port is very unlikely water damaged but Telstra will very unlikely buy this and clean the port for you.

Left it a few days. First tried starting with home, power and volume down buttons pushed down at same time — no result but it made noises. Where there was life there was hope.

Next I tried booting with power and volume down buttons — bingo it started. Don’t ask me I’ve got no idea. Later I had a problem getting into one of my Google accounts.

That took a while longer to sort out. No updates happened on the day as far as I could see. It is running Nougat. Decided a reset to defaults was the best thing, did that and soon after battery drain was still crazy high, even with no apps installed.

As soon as the sim is installed and LTE is used the rear heats up and battery drops rapidly. Anyone had similar issues? Is this an overseas import? T 4G without S pen was never released here.

There’s only P 4G with S pen. So there are a total of 4 combinations and each with white and black, so in theory 8 different units. So odds on, grey market stock. As an example, current stock on Kogan https: Used on WiFi and on Telstra 4G network.

So the one without S pen cant be used with an S pen even if you buy a pen separately I take it? I’d prefer a P, ill see if i can find grey market. So the one without S pen cant be used with an S pen even if you buy a pen separately I take it.

The ones without an S Pen can only use the standard, rubber tipped styluses that work on all tablets and smartphones. I suspect the only one that exists for this exact spec model is the PU leather one I saw, a bit clunky but it is what it is The price including shipping is quite steep though.

I need to think about it. It’s just for unknown reasons Amazon doesn’t ship the keyboard version to Australia for months that I opted for the plain case. I don’t think so. Fintie cases shipping here, the first one that PGriz listed back in April, and the Infiland case he also listed ships to Australia.

Infiland Galaxy Tab A While a keyboard case might be nice, I’d actually go for a slightly different solution. Only downside to pairing Unifiying devices to a receiver, you have to do that on a desktop or laptop computer running Windows or Mac OS.

For a larger size keyboard to use with our tablets, this one looks quite interesting, Logitech K keyboard, as it apparently can do Bluetooth Smart Ready and Unifiying. Sorry, I linked the wrong product.

Fintie cases shipping here, the first one that PGriz listed back in April, and the Infiland case he also listed ships to Australia. I ordered my Fintie case without keyboard in June from Amazon and the reason I didn’t order any of the ones PGriz listed back then was because they didn’t ship to Australia.

Grrrrrr This item does not ship to Australia. Please check other sellers who may ship internationally. The best keyboard case for the p, and Australia is denied access to it, like so much else that’s good.

As to the separate key and mouse combo, I’ll be using this at work in different situations so gonna stick with ultra portability. For me, since I have a Just picked up the s-pen version of this tablet to replace my faulty Sony Xperia Z2.

Other than being a bit heavy, I am very impressed with the build and quality of the screen. It came with Android 7. Also got the official s-pen version of the case which I found out has slightly different dimensions to the normal Tab A Hopefully this unit it will last me another couple of years or so for work purposes.

Also purchased a Gb SD-card to store documents and various media. Yes I just bought one last night, had Android 6 out of the box but was updated to 7 when I connected to WiFi. I’m looking to buy one of the official Samsung covers for it from the US via Amazon, product codes aren’t quite the same but it should still be fine shouldn’t it?

Wrong cover even though it said Samsung Galaxy A6 which is the HN had to order another one in. I loaded a few other apps and still have nearly 8Gb free out of the 16Gb, although only around 10Gb is usable.

I had that problem as well and had to return my first case. The original did not have S-Pen on it. That’s what I thought, I can’t imagine the body of the device would be any different!

Samsung Galaxy A6 which is the Samsung Galaxy Tab A6 is the A series tablets. The entire series of them, 7in, 8in and As M ximus notes you need to know which version of Cases for the no S Pen T58x are easy to find.

I didn’t worry about the S Pen apps suite, since that is tied to having an S Pen device. Internet, Email, Calculator, Clock, ect. Kids Mode is installed by default as an alternative launcher for children, to the stock Samsung launcher.

Those MS shortcuts obey Force Stop orders and are able to be disabled, though not uninstalled. Hi all, I just setup one of this tablets for a friend and I was happy to see that it came with android 7 nougat, overall for the price this is a great tablet and I know that my friend will enjoy the tablet To fellow Tab A owners: Samsung just released a November?

It’s about Mb XSA? I thought Samsung has forgotten about us! Patch level is now 1 November after update. This must be a miracle because my Samsung S7 Edge’s patch level is only 1 October!

I just checked my friends tab A I got this patch today. It is still at Android 7. My wife just got our kids a couple of these for Xmas so suddenly I’m interested in Samsung tablets, and have caught up on this thread!

Essentially, there is no wired method. Reviews of the Australian FreeView app are in the majority, negative because the FV app either crashes outright, or directs you to install and use a TV network app.

We use Freeview FV all the time and it just streams via Chromecast with no hassle. Perhaps there’s a different Freeview app that’s more hassle-y? We’ve never owned more than one Samsung product at a time, nor any brand of “smart TV”.

I’ve never heard of a TV streaming to a mobile device, anyway. What’s the performance like for screen mirroring using chromecast with the Galaxy Tab A I have a pretty decent router and the Tab S2 worked great.

Just want to know if this tablet is up to it as well. We are not buying cars here. I don’t think so, M ximus. There’s been recent posts in this thread of people buying factory sealed new tablets, but with Nougat already installed.

So while the tablet hardware is, the pre-installed firmware and software might be now I had to replace a 3 year old Tab S It had Android 7. Love the S pen functionality as well. Firmware update can be done by anyone.

I suppose it could be described as “the latest model” in its class, if there’s no superceding model of 10″ tablet from Samsung as yet. Still, it’s definitely something whose design was completed over a year and a half ago part of why I was taken aback when my wife came home with two of them, although to be fair she got ’em effectively half price thanks to a gift card her boss gave her.

Still, it’s definitely something whose design was completed over a year and a half ago. To be fair, Tab A It looked dated even when I purchased mine a year ago. It doesn’t have the premium feel of the Tab S series and lacks an array of sensors.

After all, Samsung doesn’t want it to compete directly with Tab S. For those keen on a Galaxy Tab A I was mainly referring to the SoC — an area where performance increases significantly year on year, moreso than desktop CPUs these days.

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Thanks for the confirmation. It’s just my itchy fingers doesn’t get the kick without peeling screen wrapper off. Waiting for Amaon to bloody open in Aus. Why won’t logitech just make one darn it.

I guess just use the charger that come with it anyhow, I think I’m leaning towards Android since i know the System, rather than Ipad. I’ll keep eye out for sales on this model..

That Infiland one is a good find. It does work out as expensive though. You could get free shipping to a re-shipper such as comgateway and then they usually have a good discount on your first order with them?

I just decided I didn’t want to spend that much, so that is why I went with the gearbest option and an existing case I had ordered from ebay. But you do need one with either a kickstand or a design that will let you rest the keyboard on the front.

The Good Guys Flash Sale. Are there any indications of pricing for the tab S3 compared to this? The pen with the S3 looks nice but since it is a wacom digitiser we can just buy any pen am i correct?

I have no issue with the resolution however i hear that the S Pen lags a little? If it is anything similar to the Note 4 then i dont really notice however if it is worse then i may reconsider and perhaps look at the S3.

Any opinions from someone who uses this tablet for drawing? Not any Wacom stylus, but a specific model. There’s 2 versions of the Smart. The 1 button version for the Note and Galaxy Tab, and a 2 button version for Windows devices.

Only thing which could be better is that to use the stylus, you have to take the S Pen out anyway. No lag at all. It behaves the same as the stock S Pen. It’s just heaps more comfortable to use.

There is a setting to keep digitiser on in settings. Just no air control. I’m happy with that. Turned it off, and my Wacom stylus is usable, just fine with the S Pen still in its slot.

I found another option under samsung keyboard settings touch the settings button on the keyboard and then go to other settings and switch pen detection on. The air command thing has also come up.

Not sure if this triggered it? I just got one for from JB over the weekend. They didnt have the stylus as it was EOL according to them and they had no stock but the S Pen works pretty well and it is nice that i dont need to keep it separately.

Thanks for finding that. It was another of the three settings needed to get the tablet set up to more easily use a Wacom stylus. I had to change my tablet back to the stock Samsung keyboard to access those settings.

Normally on my Android devices, I use SwiftKey. Turning that setting to ON makes the Air Commands hover come up as soon as the tablet detects the button press on the Wacom stylus.

However, the Air Commands hover cannot be dismissed by another button press. To make it able to be dismissed, you need to go into the main settings on the tablet. Turn it off, and you can then use one button press on the stylus to make the Air Commands appear, and a second press to dismiss them.

They didnt have the stylus as it was EOL according to them and they had no stock. Where in WA are you? Using Perth as a location for checking store stock, there’s supposed to be stock of the stylus at Lakeside Joondalup.

I checked at Midland and Malaga but they didnt have any. Is it worth the purchase. At least, now, you know where there still is stock of the stylus. With Ghost Armor, the stock Samsung black, and the Wacom black have too much friction, and the Wacom white has far too little.

No lag at all, even after setting the tablet so I can use the stylus, whilst the S Pen is stored. I bought the Pen on saturday and i really like it. It is true though the white nib is too slippery and i cant get enough pressure on the tab just the glass not using any protector as i have the samsung book case.

The feel is really nice however the button gets annoying and i cannot find a way to disable S pen button in the options. I found another option under Samsung keyboard settings touch the settings button on the keyboard and then go to other settings and switch pen detection on.

Turn it OFF, and you can then use one button press on the stylus to make the Air Commands appear, and a second press to dismiss them. Kheng, I’m guessing here, that on your tablet, the second one is ON, and possibly the third one as well.

If they are, then turn the second one to OFF. The Wacom stylus will still work, but to access the Air Commands, you’ll have to slide the Samsung S Pen from its slot.

I just want to disable that function all together so that i dont accidentally have that pop up if i press that button. I did some searching online. Users have been complaining about this since Samsung launched Air Command, back in, that there is no way to fully disable Air Command on a stock Samsung ROM, without root.

I was coming at it form the different direction and got things fouled up as well, I was looking for how to access AND dismiss the Air Command popup without needing to remove the S Pen from its holder.

Right now, the only thing I can suggest that might possibly work is get root access on the tablet, and install Titanium Backup, and then use it to Freeze the Air Command app so it cannot run.

I don’t know if that would work or not. If doing that would crash the tablet. Ah okay thats a bummer. Well its not that big of a deal since it just maximises my canvas while using infinitepainter if my hover is on however if i accidentally press it further away it brings up the air commands.

I used to be able to using smart View on my older galaxy note 8. Had this function been removed? I don’t remember seeing a single update since realease last year, security update is still Sep But I generally don’t use the pen when using a keyboard.

I wouldn’t The only A series tablet it’s supposed to work with is the 9. A proper case for out tablets will have a cut-out for the camera and the flash. Was going to buy this but Netflix has locked the device to p.

If you see a tablet with a You’re quite clearly not a fan of reading ebooks and magazines on a tablet, are you? FYI — Checked for updates this morning. Android Nougat 7 update finally, I will update it tonight.

I have the latter here and there’s still no update. I’m interested to hear your thoughts on if its a worthwhile update, or if its caused any problems or performance issues? I have the T and got the notification that Nougat update was available last night.

I haven’t upgraded yet. I updated last night. Update was very quick, haven’t used it much since the update. My most popular apps are all working faultlessly. I’ll update this thread if i come across any negatives.

I have a feeling that the Nougat firmware update for P needs telco’s approval hence the hold up. Because the PY IS a phone, the telcos have final say in IF we’ll be allowed to get the firmware for our non-telco tablets.

They, by Law, HAVE to make sure the phone and mobile data usage of the tablet does not foul up their networks. What stylus would work with the model that didn’t come with an S-Pen?

Any of the ordinary rubberized tip capacitive styluses. Ones like the Targus and Adonit styluses at Officeworks. I have android 6. The usual place, XDA. The critical section in getting everything ready is: Original firmware For SM-T, https: Thanks post 2 For SM-P, someone please provide me with a link after you have verified.

I would like to root it how to do that? The root procedure is only for Marshmallow 6. Root and stay on 6. Nowadays on a Samsung Android device you can disable bloatware and block ads all without rooting.

Is there something I missed? I think I found it http: The ‘A6’ comes from the model series on the front of the box. You should see ‘Samsung Galaxy Tab A’ in mid grey text, and a white ‘6’ on a pale grey square background.

But all the retailers and reviewers always call it Samsung Galaxy Tab A, because of the year it was released in. Warning to those itching to upgrade their T to official 7.

So now I’m blaming my itchy fingers why have I become a early adopter and muck around with beta software. Is there any way to connect this tablet to a TV to watch Netflix etc?

I know you can do it wirelessly with Chromecast, but what if you don’t have wifi? Any way to do it with a cable? I think I read this model tablet doesn’t support MHL? I would recommend looking into wireless option even just for a future consideration.

Even if MHL is possible, do you really want to go there? Having to navigate via your tablet so close to the TV would ruin the experience. How come Android doesn’t have tablet app section like Apple?.

Android handles different resolutions far better than iOS so there’s no need to have specific 4: I think the drawback is that it’s difficult to optimise for different hardware but that’s the price to pay for supporting diversity.

They just work in their own ways. As for this specific tablet, it handles all apps very well just like my Samsung S7 Edge which has a complete different aspect. This problem is not one restricted to our Samsung tablets, nor is it one of hardware diversity.

What it is, is a problem of app dev laziness. App devs designing their apps only for phones in portrait mode, and making no attempt to have their apps work properly in landscape mode, much less the larger physical screen estate of a tablet.

I’ve seen the problem on my old Aldi Bauhn tablet and have it repeated on my Samsung tablet. I’ve got one of these but it doesn’t see 5ghz wifi. Is it the hardware or is there a setting I can turn on?

Something is not right. Maybe other T owners can confirm? None has WiFi frequency settings. It’s been ten days since I updated my P to Nougat. Everything is running fine. There are no noticeable differences in P specific features in S-Pen and 4G after the upgrade.

For anyone who’s interested: I ordered the Finite cover case from Amazon for my P, not the keyboard case one which they don’t ship to AU, just the this one. I was ordering something else from Amazon so I combined shipping of both to save a bit.

It’s slightly better built than the eBay one I bought before but otherwise little difference. If not for the combined shipping the price difference would not worth the ‘upgrade’.

Prob silly question but how come icons now are white around the edges? Oh i have that on the phone forgot about that, might pop it on. Anyone know of a HDMI adapter to use with it, so i can put my cable in?

How do u stop night glare? Is there any physical differences between the S-Pen and non S-Pen models? I bought myself a S-pen model but the only cases I like say only for the non S-pen models.

So I wonder is there more then just a hole for the S pen? The cases specifically made for one would not fit the other so be careful when you buy. Its tab a Sorry guys I don’t know how to quote comments that link back to the person commenting, I’m still trying to find out You might want to consider hunting up a suitable Wacom stylus for it, as the thin Samsung S Pen can become uncomfortable to use because it is so thin.

Any one has recommendations for a not too expensive keyboard for it too? Depends on what sort of keyboard you want. You can use a bluetooth keyboard. I just got one of these free with a subscription to The Australian.

Sure it’s not the cheapest way to get a Galaxy Tab A I paid a little more and get the paper delivered on the Saturday too. I just need to grab a case for it. I just got one of these free with a subscription to The Australian I paid a little more and get the paper delivered on the Saturday too.

With that combined price for the 12 months subscription, what actual price were they saying the tablet was? The speaker position on these tablets is garbage. Stereo only in portrait mode.

If you plan on watching videos, then getting a decent headset will be a must. Keyboard and case, useful, but not absolutely necessary. That’s something I’ve learned from using At the bottom it had ‘Tablet Subscriptions’, but it was for a limited time I think it’s finished.

Apparently Harvey Norman will deliver the tablet. I only signed up a week ago; the digital subscription was immediate, and I did get the paper on my driveway Saturday morning, but the Galaxy Tab A It is the WiFi only model — but I can create a WiFi hotspot on my phone, so that shouldn’t be a problem if I’m using it away from home.

There are ones sold by My Case Covers to suit your tablet. Your local cellphone kiosk in your nearest shopping centre, might also have suitable cases, but that’s less of a certainty.

If you can hold on, source yourself a keyboard case from Amazon US. Local options are more expensive but less waiting time. There are plenty of options, especially for keyboard cases, on Amazon US that they actually ship to AU.

Not so for the 4G model Updated Android on it, seems no torch anymore, had to install a 3rd party app for it which has adds seems silly they removed it. My phone still has the torch, wont be updating android on it.

Thats about my only complaint so far. There’s a lot more important things to consider when updating the OS on your phone than whether or not it has a built-in torch app.

Security, for example, which is likely to be far worse on an OS for which support has been discontinued. You meant that you updated to Nougat 7. The updating of OS simply reset the display order of short-cuts so it’s no longer on the first page by default.

The short-cuts in the notification area can be re-arrange. Just select the three dots on the top-right corner and ‘Button order’ then you can drag them around or across pages. You can pick which ones to be shown on the short-list without pulling down the entire notification area.

You can even edit the button grid in Nougat. I also noticed the torch short-cut missing and I just found it on the second page and moved it back to my preferred position. As for the Tab A, I don’t use the torch option so I didn’t even bother to move it.

Decent torch app with no ads. Oh seems they removed it as a widget that i can place on my homescreen, and moved it to the pulldown menu as u said. Good to know, but would be better if it was still available as a widget like on my phone.

Well it is, i like it as a widget on my home page like any other app, dont want the extra step to find it in the dark. Will be getting new phone soon anyway which i imagine will have the updated android out the box.

I see what you mean now. You can install a 3rd party ads free app like JeniSkunk suggested above. All they do is to provide an UI to toggle a system function.

To each of their own but I prefer the torch short-cut in notification area. For example, on my phone I place the torch short-cut near the top so I can use one hand to toggle the torch. I can do that without unlocking the phone, something you cannot do with a widget placed on your home screen.

For those who have updated to Nougat — has it had any noticeable impact on battery life? I’m aware that there are many posts about Nougat battery life impact one way or another but I think:.

The unit I got yesterday had 7. Early impressions of battery life are very good. Not just Officeworks either Just looking for some advice I had a iPhone and I have recently switched to a Samsung S7.

Can anyone advise whether it is possible to use a Galaxy Tab A to cast kodi content to a tv using Chromecast? The S Pen in these Samsung tablets is just too thin to use comfortably for anything other than the most brief of note taking.

JB HiFi have the stylus, though their site shows pics of the wrong version. The Feel is, I think, a lot more stylish a stylus than the Smart, unfortunately, Wacom discontinued the Feel after releasing the Smart, so secondhand is the only way to get one.

Replacing the Aldi with the Samsung in March this year, was no difference at all. I havent seen the bins like that at a jbhifi since. I cannot find any mention of there ever being a dock for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A I can find the keyboard dock released in for the then current Samsung Galaxy Tab What is the model number of the dock you got?

Further digging, I’ve found model numbers for official Samsung universal docks. I decided to buy the Tab A After switching to a Samsung 7 phone I have found that Android 7 is actually very good in terms of understanding and use, so there has been no learning gap with my new Tab A.

Thanks for the two links as well! There is no drama in chromecasting Kodi to a TV, you just have to set up casting first in the Google Home app. Bought one of these to replace my wife’s iPad. Last week it just stopped working.

Dead as a door nail — no lights no boot. Anyone else had this happen? Failing that it’d be a RMA job with Samsung or even a straight replacement by the retailer. Note that if it’s a lock stock then you have 24 month warranty.

I’m on the move now so I’ll reply with details later but it’s most likely a false positive. I have seen it on three separate Android phones before. It can cause short circuit. On Samsung Android devices this might cause a false positive as the port is moist.

At least in the case of my Samsung S7 Edge this caused the phone to report that moisture detected in charging port and it refuses to charge. In my two previous Android phones it confused the phone and they also refused to charge.

In all cases I cleaned the port with a needle and then used a small flat head screw driver to slightly ‘lift’ the PIN from the side where its closer to the housing of the port. The problem would magically go away.

There’s no need to replace the entire port. The prices they quoted are dangerously close to buy another brand new Tab A on one of those specials anyway. If you are game, take it back and clean the port as I mentioned.

Also Google on the issue, there lots of information. In any case the port is very unlikely water damaged but Telstra will very unlikely buy this and clean the port for you.

Left it a few days. First tried starting with home, power and volume down buttons pushed down at same time — no result but it made noises. Where there was life there was hope.

Next I tried booting with power and volume down buttons — bingo it started. Don’t ask me I’ve got no idea. Later I had a problem getting into one of my Google accounts. That took a while longer to sort out.

No updates happened on the day as far as I could see. It is running Nougat. Decided a reset to defaults was the best thing, did that and soon after battery drain was still crazy high, even with no apps installed.

As soon as the sim is installed and LTE is used the rear heats up and battery drops rapidly. Anyone had similar issues? Is this an overseas import? T 4G without S pen was never released here.

There’s only P 4G with S pen. So there are a total of 4 combinations and each with white and black, so in theory 8 different units. So odds on, grey market stock.

As an example, current stock on Kogan https: Used on WiFi and on Telstra 4G network. So the one without S pen cant be used with an S pen even if you buy a pen separately I take it?

I’d prefer a P, ill see if i can find grey market. So the one without S pen cant be used with an S pen even if you buy a pen separately I take it. The ones without an S Pen can only use the standard, rubber tipped styluses that work on all tablets and smartphones.

I suspect the only one that exists for this exact spec model is the PU leather one I saw, a bit clunky but it is what it is The price including shipping is quite steep though.

I need to think about it. It’s just for unknown reasons Amazon doesn’t ship the keyboard version to Australia for months that I opted for the plain case. I don’t think so. Fintie cases shipping here, the first one that PGriz listed back in April, and the Infiland case he also listed ships to Australia.

Infiland Galaxy Tab A While a keyboard case might be nice, I’d actually go for a slightly different solution. Only downside to pairing Unifiying devices to a receiver, you have to do that on a desktop or laptop computer running Windows or Mac OS.

For a larger size keyboard to use with our tablets, this one looks quite interesting, Logitech K keyboard, as it apparently can do Bluetooth Smart Ready and Unifiying.

Sorry, I linked the wrong product. Fintie cases shipping here, the first one that PGriz listed back in April, and the Infiland case he also listed ships to Australia.

I ordered my Fintie case without keyboard in June from Amazon and the reason I didn’t order any of the ones PGriz listed back then was because they didn’t ship to Australia.

Grrrrrr This item does not ship to Australia. Please check other sellers who may ship internationally. The best keyboard case for the p, and Australia is denied access to it, like so much else that’s good.

As to the separate key and mouse combo, I’ll be using this at work in different situations so gonna stick with ultra portability. For me, since I have a Just picked up the s-pen version of this tablet to replace my faulty Sony Xperia Z2.

Other than being a bit heavy, I am very impressed with the build and quality of the screen. It came with Android 7. Also got the official s-pen version of the case which I found out has slightly different dimensions to the normal Tab A Hopefully this unit it will last me another couple of years or so for work purposes.

Also purchased a Gb SD-card to store documents and various media. Yes I just bought one last night, had Android 6 out of the box but was updated to 7 when I connected to WiFi. I’m looking to buy one of the official Samsung covers for it from the US via Amazon, product codes aren’t quite the same but it should still be fine shouldn’t it?

Wrong cover even though it said Samsung Galaxy A6 which is the HN had to order another one in. I loaded a few other apps and still have nearly 8Gb free out of the 16Gb, although only around 10Gb is usable.

I had that problem as well and had to return my first case. The original did not have S-Pen on it. That’s what I thought, I can’t imagine the body of the device would be any different! Samsung Galaxy A6 which is the Samsung Galaxy Tab A6 is the A series tablets.

The entire series of them, 7in, 8in and As M ximus notes you need to know which version of Cases for the no S Pen T58x are easy to find. I didn’t worry about the S Pen apps suite, since that is tied to having an S Pen device.

Internet, Email, Calculator, Clock, ect. Kids Mode is installed by default as an alternative launcher for children, to the stock Samsung launcher. Those MS shortcuts obey Force Stop orders and are able to be disabled, though not uninstalled.

Hi all, I just setup one of this tablets for a friend and I was happy to see that it came with android 7 nougat, overall for the price this is a great tablet and I know that my friend will enjoy the tablet To fellow Tab A owners: Samsung just released a November?

It’s about Mb XSA? I thought Samsung has forgotten about us! Patch level is now 1 November after update. This must be a miracle because my Samsung S7 Edge’s patch level is only 1 October!

I just checked my friends tab A I got this patch today. It is still at Android 7. My wife just got our kids a couple of these for Xmas so suddenly I’m interested in Samsung tablets, and have caught up on this thread!

Essentially, there is no wired method. Reviews of the Australian FreeView app are in the majority, negative because the FV app either crashes outright, or directs you to install and use a TV network app.

We use Freeview FV all the time and it just streams via Chromecast with no hassle. Perhaps there’s a different Freeview app that’s more hassle-y? We’ve never owned more than one Samsung product at a time, nor any brand of “smart TV”.

I’ve never heard of a TV streaming to a mobile device, anyway. What’s the performance like for screen mirroring using chromecast with the Galaxy Tab A I have a pretty decent router and the Tab S2 worked great.

Just want to know if this tablet is up to it as well. We are not buying cars here. I don’t think so, M ximus. There’s been recent posts in this thread of people buying factory sealed new tablets, but with Nougat already installed.

So while the tablet hardware is, the pre-installed firmware and software might be now I had to replace a 3 year old Tab S It had Android 7. Love the S pen functionality as well. Firmware update can be done by anyone.

I suppose it could be described as “the latest model” in its class, if there’s no superceding model of 10″ tablet from Samsung as yet. Still, it’s definitely something whose design was completed over a year and a half ago part of why I was taken aback when my wife came home with two of them, although to be fair she got ’em effectively half price thanks to a gift card her boss gave her.

Still, it’s definitely something whose design was completed over a year and a half ago. To be fair, Tab A It looked dated even when I purchased mine a year ago.

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Might grab this to replace my Tab S that just seems to struggle with anything graphically games even after a new main board and battery. Why not just roll them out globally or release something even better I had a play of the Tab A There’s also the Tab A 7 that I didn’t check out.

As for the I know it’s a mid range but the back panel just scream cheap plastic, especially near the edge. Maybe the black version would look better? I really hope so. The Android OS is also reasonably responsive.

I forgot to check the Android OS version though. I’m not too concerned about the cheapness of the plastic. Will put a case on it anyway so the back will be hidden. I had a play too and think its a winner.

The Tab A Nasty build quality but a fast device with a decent mid dange screen. I basically want a tablet to run Kodi. Does this very well. I just want the bloody S-Pen one to come out.. Samsung have not released a new decent tablet with S pen since I believe.

I have the Note 5 and use the S-pen frequently, really handy for some of the stuff I do. I’d like to keep it within the same Android ecosphere and this new south Korean one seems to be okay.

Have been using one for a week — very happy with performance so far. Snappy, screen is bright with vibrant colours. Love the resolution — esp for viewing videos as black bars are minimalised.

Coming from an iPad — makes me realise how much more flexible an Android tab is. Yah this, I’ve invested too much into my Android existence. Either Apple all the way or Android all the way.

True, Android has come a long way and there are definitely things that Android does better than iOS. I think this tablet is a trifle heavy at g. Almost a a g heavier than a 9. I guess the S2 is that light.

Yep, they work better on Android though I hate the little fullscreen target on YouTube! Seem to hit it and move the timeline to the end of the video too many times.

Thanks for the link, is this store reputable? And does your case have a magnet for the flap to stay automatically closed? Yes it has a magnet to hold the flap closed.

I ordered, they delivered quickly. I guess this makez them reputable. A magnet keeps tbe cover closed. It also turn the screen off. Just to add, the magnet only serves to turn off the display.

It does not hold the cover to the screen. I’ve been waiting and trying to google search daily. I Tweeted at Samsung Aus way back when the Korean version was released and they replied with:.

We will make sure we pass it to the appropriate department for further evaluation. Maybe soon, this was added to a non Korean site: It’d take time I guess. I went to Samsung Experience Store in Sydney again and enquired with a staff.

I know that they are not directly owned by Samsung so I didn’t expected any insider information anyway. Not sure this implies anything I think Samsung could be on a winner if they had the note 7 Pen functions with an iPad killer.

Lots of android people these days, but for some reason they haven’t released one in ages and maybe this whole Note 7 battery issue has further stalled things.

I think that Samsung is concerned that this would steal sales from Tab S2 given there’s no direct replacement for Note So they have no choice but to continue S-Pen for now.

It’s almost as if the upgrade from the original Tab A with S-Pen was a reluctant move. Sure the hardware spec is finally up to scratch but they left out just enough details to differentiate it from the ‘high end’ Tab S2.

To a point is simply annoying. With similar or improved features to that of the Note 7. I don’t need anything crazy. Good battery life and good S pen features. My Note 5 S pen works a treat. I am interested in purchasing the Samsung Galaxy Tab A MicroSD up to GB.

I just loved the performance. More battery than iPad Pro. Really good Battery life as well. Hi ash, I can’t see the unit on HN website, which HN branch did you go to and how much did you pay for it?

Just got released yesterday and they don’t have it on display, have to ask staff and they get from the back. I got it from Sunshine, VIC. The tablet is on JB website now, shows stock almost in all branches, around Sunshine anyway.

Now I have to get the accessories Do you guys put on tempered glass protection? And what cover are you using? Bought Samsung Galaxy Tab A Ash you sure its 16Gb and 3GB Ram? I am writing this on my Tab A But when I saw the box, I was relaxed.

JB and other websites are wrong. BTW on other note, this tab is surprising me all time. I don’t think there is a 32G Storage version in Australia. The 32G variation and white color may be for Korean only or maybe release to Australia on a later date?

I can’t find any online with a S-Pen outlet and hole at the back cover for the camera. Maybe the accessary has yet release? Still looking for one with S Pen outlet and other functions. Maybe will release in a month’s time.

Exactly what I want, but I’m not travelling to India for it. I may pick one up today. I’m not concerned about 16Gb as it has expandable memory: I’m near Warergardens so I have a few stores near me but would rather go to one I know has the good specs.

I’ll seek for financial approval and get one for the up coming trip so I can get TRS. The waiting is finally near over! It’s not like it hasn’t happened before. On the JB website, it states Watergarden does have in stock, just give them a call to confirm before you go.

Just luckily I bumped into the guy. I will buy another one when the promotion kicks in; time to replace my 6 years old ipad and 4 years old mini ipad, so outdated I can’t even remember what generation they are, lol.

Of course, that’s if you live near one with stock. Just go to www. In fact, most cases for past Samsung Also, I cannot find any decent products that’s sold by Amazon and hence no shipping to AU.

Got it at JB HiFi. Now to go home and test it. And yes 3Gb Ram and 16Gb black. Bought additional 32Gb card. That will be plenty. First impressions, does feel a little more platicy then previous models.

But so far its snappy. Yet to play around with the S Pen. Now I can charge my Tablet and Phone with one cable. Yes, here’s a link to the full specifications.

Should be 10am today: Not too bad either. There’s one linked on page 2 which is local stock. There are actually quite a lot of choices but unfortunately none of them are sold by Amazon hence no shipping to AU.

It will be interesting to see how the cover manufacturer going to make the cover for this Tab. If the S-Pen is a push and eject then it is easy, but the S-Pen is required to be pull from the notch behind the tab Hence my concern while looking at the photos of the cases available online.

This is a generic case and keyboard https: This would cover one speaker, but give access to pen http: I’ve got an sandisk 32GB card which i put in there. No default options for adoptable storage unfortunately.

So i tried this method:. Went through the process but internal storage remains the same at 16GB, there’s no option to migrate as adoptable. All you can do is format the SD card as portable.

In the comments section someone says samsung patched it up so this method doesn’t work anymore on certain devices. Has anyone found a work around? Anyway, it’s a good tablet.

Doesn’t feel cheap to me i’m used to plastic housings. I didn’t buy the tab a 9. I haven’t played with it much but my first impression is it’s smooth and of course everything looks crisper due to the resolution.

Yah it’s growing on me, initially it felt cheap, more I hold it the better the experience. Also Took a while to charge, but Battery seems to last a while with ‘low’ use. I spent a bit more time with it last night, it has a nice solid feel in the hand.

If i could complain about one thing, the capacitive keys dould have done with a backlight like the S2 for better navigating in the dark. It’s not terrible, my nvidia shield is tad worse.

It was only out of curiosity, it’s not something you will notice under normal use. There’s a few games on there, from what i know they run great. I did however try Clash Royale, and noticed a bit of microstutter.

I’m not quite sure why, i’ve run that game on some older hardware without issue, i’d have to look more into it. Yes, battery life seems to be very good so far, and i’m expecting this tablet to get android 7.

Speakers aren’t bad either for bottom firing, i tried the surround sound option but my ears couldn’t pick up a difference. Haven’t tested the camera out. That annoying me a bit when I noticed this with the demo unit in store.

As I expressed my thoughts in earlier post that this is just one of those things Samsung deliberately implemented to differentiate the A series from the more “premium” S series.

As I expressed my thoughts in earlier post that this is just one of those things Samsung deliberately implemented to differentiat. Agree, i spent a bit of time with an S2 and the backlight just made sense, especially in the dark.

It’s funny how they did this, but didn’t offer a flash for the camera the But yeah, i can see why the backlight was ommited, for differentiation purposed. Any better cases for the There are some options which are not necessary better but cheaper.

I order them from a local Sydney seller on eBay: The same seller also sell the tempered glass version 1x: Was looking at that right now xD however I came cross this: Currently debating sould I get all 3 set or just get screen protector.

I bought this one from JB hi fi. Just outside of the store opened it to use. Doesn’t fit at all. Doesn’t stick to the Tablet as well. Returned it straight away. Had to prove to JB guys the same.

They had no clue why the official Samsung cover doesn’t fit the Samsung tablet which it was made for. What’s this like in compared to the iPad 3rd Generation? I’ve had my iPad since release in and looking for a bit of an upgrade and moving to an Android tablet for a few specific reasons.

I’m getting it just to keep it safe. Now to wait for one with keyboard. With my limited experience with the demo unit in store, I’d say it’s comparable to our iPad Air. Which brings me to:. What are you looking for?

More importantly, do you have previous Android experience? If not, there’d be some adjustments. However, the relative freedom on Android is the reason that I leave leave iPad to the other side of the family.

The other thing to keep in mind is that Apple tend to maintenance iOS update for their iPad’s longer than Samsung does for their Android tablets. I’m travelling to China in November and I might try it in store to see how it pans out.

Which brings me to: I don’t really use it for gaming apart from maybe the odd casual one when I’m really bored, I mainly use it for general browsing etc, and the occasional video streaming here and there too.

The main reason I’m looking at switching is because with my iPad I have it Jailbroken to be able to have some freedom with it, but then I can’t download any of the latest apps on it because my iOS version is older and tries to force me to update before I can download latest apps But I don’t want to lose the jailbreak.

I can’t even download Optus Sports app on my iPad without being forced to upgrade to the latest iOS version. See BusterT’s post here and my followed post here for how I come to this conclusion.

BusterT, are there any particular reasons that you must have internal storage larger than 16gb? Yeah, 16GB is a bit low. You can’t move any non samsung apps that come pre-loaded, so the microsoft apps, skype etc.

With no cached data, they equate to about MB so not bad. Assuming you don’t use them factoring updates they should remain roughly the same size. So roughly 8GB useable from the start.

Just thought i should point this out, as i read somewhere I mentioned earlier that i had a 32GB external card. Despite there being no option for adoptable storage which i won’t go into, i am able to “export” user installed apps and its data to SD card.

It’s all done in a separate screen which looks similar to the migrate one for adoptable storage i am familiar with. I haven’t com across one that couldn’t be transferred yet, but from my understanding not all apps support this despite being on 6.

So i would recommend using an external card. Right now i don’t see it as a big problem, but it does require some intervention from the user. From here select app. At the top there is a “change” button, hit that and you can select SD card.

It’ll take you to the “export screen” where you can now move it. To move the app back to internal storage, follow the same process but choose internal instead of SD card. Thinking it might be worthwhile to spend the extra money for the extra GB of ram but unsure if 2gb ram is enough.

Won’t be gaming on the tablet just browsing the web and watching hd tv. Considering the devices’ primary storage is already half used, yeah. Preferably Samsung as already have i Samsung phones.

OK, that was disappointing. The screen protector is in the right height but 5mm short on both side so 1cm short in total width to cover the entire front panel. Sure it covers the screen area alright but looks awkward still.

I’ll not recommend this one. Since it still works, I’ll keep it until I find the right replacement. The package comes with a set of three, I don’t even know what to do with the other two.

There’s probably no point to rush to trial and error. Just thought it’s worth to mention that this is not a gaming tablet, it runs a Mali-T which is basically a low end GPU.

As you can see, it gets demolished. The Tab A was struggling to hold frames, peaked around 40fps 20fps sometimes I know this is not a high-end tablet, but i think it’s fair to make note.

This is evident not just in synthetic benchmark, i did notice lag in some games in particular when there is a lot happening on the screen. For my partners intended use this is not a problem.

But to me i think samsung could have done a lot better here. How would like compete against the Lenovo Tab 3 10″? I would have thought the 1. Brought this as well however mine fit just right there is like 2mm around the frame enough space to peel off when needed.

From my understanding yes the octa-core is faster than the MT quad found in the Tab 3 A The samsung has a more than capable CPU imo. The T series found in the Tab A is its direct successor, has a better featureset and more energy efficient.

However, i’m unsure if it’s a T or T That makes a big difference, because the T is comparable to the more powerful T If that’s the case, then i’d say its better than the GPU found in the samsung T If it’s the T, then definitely worse.

Either the seller refreshed the stock with better ones between our orders or 2mm is different between our rulers. Tell me about it. I’m already on the second screen protector. This one is better done after near total failure of the first but still some bubbles with dust trapped inside.

This method worked well for me in the past with phones and smaller tablets but on a 10″ one I just ended up with more dusts after Just received my SPen version today. The tablet is alot heavier than I had anticipated, will take some getting use to Anyway, can anyone confirm if your “Home” button is totally flush with the screen?

I thought this button was supposed to raise up a bit. About the same as the rest Samsung devices we own. My S7 Edge is tiny bit higher but I thought it’s due to the fingerprint scanner.

That’s about the same as mine. I thought it was meant to stick out like the camera hump etc. Good to know mine isn’t “sunk” as I first thought. Did any of you order it? Anyhow it’d take at least two weeks shipping from China so we won’t know more about it anytime soon.

As for keyboard case, I found that Logitech did make one for the Tab A 9. Also, I studied all the keyboard cases offered on Amazon for Tab A On a side note: Samsung AU somehow decided that we are only getting following Tab A My one is the same as yours, about 5mm narrower on each side I’ve been practising the S-Pen for sketching.

Being away from S-Pen for a while it took some adjustments due to the better level of sensitive and smaller size. I have no doubt that over the time they will cause uneven wear to the screen in the middle where most sketching takes place.

So here you go, if you sketches on your Tab A with the S-Pen then a screen protector is highly recommended, narrower or not. Yeah well that’s just crap. The only downside is the small screen size.

In Taiwan only the White 16GB is available. I side loaded it yesterday without problems. I used to use this year’s ago but it seems to have lost some flexibility with regard to drawing shapes. It works just like how I used a Windows tablet with a stylus.

I just had to as I wanted something quick to be able to type on the go whilst protecting it. I cut some of the case so that I can access the screen buttons etc. But the tablet fits, and is protected.

It’s not pretty but doesn’t look too bad. How do you access the S-Pen on this? There is a opening on that corner of the case Just a head up: Noticed there are now correctly advertising them with 3GB of ram.

When I bought mine on Saturday they were still advertising as 2GB. I wasn’t interested as all ads initially said 2GB RAM, until the fellow whirlpoolians confirmed that the boxes had 3Gb on them.

Yep, made sure it said 3GB on the box before I bought it due to what I saw on here. The salesman certainly didn’t know about it. Now to find a screen protector and a proper case. This is probably the best keyboard case for p I’ve found so far unless Logitech decide to make one.

The feedback on the same vendor Infiland’s other products on Amazon is quite positive. The product photos clearly show S-Pen access. I learnt the hard way, ordered few case and screen protectors not realising the SPen version is wider than the Wifi version by quite a bit!

Yes, it’s similar height and thickness but definitely different width. Compare the dimensions on Samsung website between the two models and youll see. Try this one I ordered it after making the same mistake than returning it back to the Good Guys because it didnt fit.

The P is almost 1cm wider than T! That’d explains why the T screen protectors I bought was too narrow as I reported and you confirmed. Maybe another thing to look for when I travel there this month.

Thanks mate, my el cheapo one is okay, but heavy. Took some scissors and refined it so i can reach all the items i need lol. I can confirm that it seems to be of reasonable quality, fits well and you can access the pen easily.

They advertise it as 16gig and 2 gig of ram so I’m going to assume that is wrong as this the s pen 4 g variant. Our thread isn’t that huge for a new tablet compared to the tab s but can some one here provide a little bit of an experience or review of the device.

Feels heavier than an ipad air 2, good battery life so far, pen comes in handy for people like me who read and annotate as well as crop images etc. So I can do more on the go Why would them sent you spare tip and tweezer for replacing it?

Or did you order them specifically? Without knowing who’s this famous Spark I can only assume it’s a grey import? See my conspiracy theory. I don’t think Samsung intended for this to be as popular as the S series.

I’m in Aussie most of the time but spend some time in nz when I upgraded to a s7 they threw this in. It’s hard to tell. They used the wrong photos T instead of P but the ‘what’s in the box’ hints its a P Actually, come to think of it: Ohh cool so how far is your expectations on the device do you think it was worth it Anything they could have changed.

Does Simcity work on it Don’t really use it for gaming, mainly video streaming, article reading and office productivity stuff. How do you find it’s signal strength holding onto wifi and 4g So far compared to my Note 5 I’ve not seen a difference.

I ordered this one from the same eBay seller after reading your initial feedback last week on the case, hoping it’d arrive this week. It might not be a wise thing to do given I’m travelling to China soon but I’m a bit concerned that I might not have time to search through local shops.

If I do have time to spare, I might try to locate a temp glass for P to replace the T screen protector bit narrow I applied. Just like plunge reported: The build quality is good at the first glance.

The case fits the P perfectly and the S Pen can be easily accessed. There are two magnets on the right side of the case that keeps the cover attached when closed. The grip of the tablet improves with the case but the additional weight makes sketching on the tablet a bit more difficult.

The faux leather looks alright but there’s a strange odour. I hope it’d fade over the time. I hope it’d offer sufficient protection. Only time will tell. However, for now my Tab A is cased and still goes into the Surface 3 sleeve — now a tight fit with the case.

Finally got the tablet, wow the screen is huge, its bright, fast it doesn’t feel flimsy at all and seems to have some storage space i will see about getting a big card for it to store my music from spotify on it.

Being a U1 card that transferring large contents to the card is a pain though. The image quality is also improved. What do you reckon is the best they can do? Anyone else had any luck with this?

Pauls screen name writes However, you can still get some TGG store credits in store:. M ximus do you think a ovo data sim would suit the device for the most part it would work however I do live in country Victoria and commute to the city all the time.

So far so good. The only cons are 1 weight 2 the odour. So far they are not deal breakers to me. Just to point out that if one wants to frequently rotate the contents on the SD card then it’d probably worthy to invest in a U3 card.

M ximus I have a Telstra plan with datashare is it better for me to just get a blank sim and get Telstra to activate data for the tablet or don’t bother. Depends on your usage. I try to use wi-fi as much as possible.

However, Telstra would still be one of the best in terms of coverage out of city area. Then I again, I can’t really compare for the whole family is on Telstra. I use 4Gb within 20 days lol.

I try to use Wifi where possible too. Podcasts and streaming whilst out and about. I wish I could get a secondary sim for prepaid. Bing Lee on E-bay have the Tab I don’t know which tablet to buy, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A They both come with Marshmallow and both have the same resolution screen.

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As soon as the sim is installed and LTE is used the rear heats up and battery drops rapidly. My Samsung Galaxy Note I’m actually curious about how the full size S pen on Tab S3 fare but can’t justify the premium cost. I ordered a cover for my I will be interested in seening what the price will be for the new

It is not an insurance product. Hi ash, I can’t see the unit on HN website, which HN branch did you go to and how much did you pay for it? I’m on the move now so I’ll reply with details later but it’s most likely a false positive.

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JB HiFi have the stylus, though their site shows pics of the wrong version. They advertise it as 16gig and 2 gig of ram so I’m going to assume that is wrong as this the s pen 4 g variant. The Tab A was struggling to hold frames, peaked around 40fps 20fps sometimes Being a U1 card that transferring large contents to the card is a pain though. See…

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