Galaxy tab manual mode updating applications
One even automatically detects potholes as you drive, using your Tab’s various sensors to measure sudden movements.
The app then uses the Tab’s positioning software to locate exactly where the pothole is, and creates a text file with all the relevant information so you can send it to your local Department of Public Works.
(Unfortunately, no app has yet been developed that will get your local Department of Public Works to actually fix the pothole.)Your Galaxy Tab is great at multitasking—running more than one app at a time.
The Tab grabs and installs the software from the website.They were initially created by a subsidiary of Toyota as a way to track the auto manufacturing process, but are now used for many other purposes, especially in Japan.Tap the Market icon, and you get sent to the Android Market, which has tens of thousands of apps you can download, with more added every month.Unlike the Apple App Store, the Play Store offers much more granular control over what apps are allowed to auto-update, and the ones that aren’t.How to Disable or Enable Automatic App Updates on i OSHow to disable automatic updates for a specific app on Android If you prefer the ways of auto-update, but would like to prevent certain app(s) from doing so, here are the instructions to disable automatic updates for a specific app: That’s all.