Which is the top best video player for Google Nexus 7? Nexus 7 is nice to be a portable video player due to its nice 7″ 1280×800 HD IPS screen. However, video player built in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean does not support all the video format like MKV, RM, WMV, RMVB, MOV… So a 3rd party video player is a must installed to make Nexus 7 a nice portable video player. Personally, I prefer MoboPlayer, DicePlayer and MX Player. All of them are available to download for free. Only MX Player is ad supported (DicePlayer is adfree now). Which one is the best video player for Nexus 7? Let’s find out…
DicePlayer on Nexus 7
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Google Nexus 7 has the best price in US. Countries like Canada, UK and Australia have higher price. And other countries do not have Nexus 7 for sales until Asus itself brings it locally. So I believe most of us in other countries bought Nexus 7 from US. Good news for all of us, Google Nexus 7 is eligible for Asus International Warranty now.
Google Nexus 7 is eligible for Asus International Warranty
How to enable Adobe Flash Player on Google Nexus 7? Adobe Flash Player 11 is no longer supported on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above. Of course, Nexus 7 with latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is not supported as well. Personally, I don’t use Adobe Flash Player much on mobile devices like Android or iOS since HTML5 came out. Even Google Chrome does not support Adobe Flash Player natively. You should get used to not using Adobe Flash Player. And make noise to the website that you visit most to stop using Adobe Flash as well. Change all to HTML5…
Adobe Flash Player on Nexus 7
Download Google Nexus 7 USB driver for Windows. Yes, if you want to get more out of your Nexus 7, Nexus 7 USB driver for Windows is a must installed. Why? It is ADB (Android Debug Bridge) driver to proceed with debugging on Nexus 7. Will be used to root Nexus 7, install custom ROM and other more… This Nexus 7 USB driver is compatible with Windows XP, Vista and 7 (both 32bits and 64bits).
Nexus 7 USB driver for Windows
Google Nexus 7 is not stable and responsive? Facing lot of application frozen or hang problems on Nexus 7 lately? Or want to send Nexus 7 back to Asus for warranty claim? It’s time for you to hard reset Nexus 7 then. Or you can call it factory data reset. After factory data reset, your Nexus 7 will be back to factory setting just like you turn on it for the first time. This means that it will delete everything including your applications, data, settings and contents on internal storage.
Factory data reset Nexus 7