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    Quote Originally Posted by pezz View Post
    This is not your type man. Stick to your $1000 tablets.
    I want another Windows device for the purpose of running my Eurodyne Maestro tuning flash tool for the Volkswagen Audi Group. Currently, I use my Venue 11 Pro to do this, but I want a separate device for that now, and I don't want to waste a good Windows laptop for it.
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    https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-X205TA-1...rds=asus+x205t

    That's the best one I can find right now. It was USD$60 in a store at an airport actually. Not online.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Asus-EeeBook...AAAOSwdzVXpQfI

    That's the best price so far - used. You'd have to just look around.
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    i would NEVER EVER buy a chinese mabe tablet. kmt. i four (4) or five thrown around my house that my kids got. didnt last them a month. bought a used Galaxy tab 3 almost 6 months now. fling all bout, drop, use 20 hours a day, still 99 % functional(volume key stopped working about a month after i bought it),
    chinese, slooooow, froze, battery swell, battery dead every hour, as it drop once screen break. kmt.
    Back to square one....., back off the ground now........

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    Ive seen this virus pop up on most Android phones and tablets on the market. I try to root and wipe dalvik cache but the virus always seems to come back. For the love of god i cant figure out where the virus is hiding. Oly solution is the reflash the Firmware and the phone came back to nomal.

    I flashed Samsumg and BLU with a the same or upgraded firmware and it solves the problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by sk@tta View Post
    Ive seen this virus pop up on most Android phones and tablets on the market. I try to root and wipe dalvik cache but the virus always seems to come back. For the love of god i cant figure out where the virus is hiding. Oly solution is the reflash the Firmware and the phone came back to nomal.

    I flashed Samsumg and BLU with a the same or upgraded firmware and it solves the problem
    Oh so he virus made its way in the firmware... Damn
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    Hmmmm...

    What anti-virus products have you seen people use for tablets?

    A few months ago, I spoke to someone who had a virus on this tablet. Despite his best efforts, he could not get rid of it.

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    Someone brought to me a iVIEW-732TPC tablet that is plagued with porn galore.
    I just wiped it from the recovery menu, but the porn is there when I reboot.

    I'll have to try the suggestions posted earlier in the thread so see if it can flash everything including the bootloader on this device.
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    Came across that once on a cheap chinese tablet. Had to run a script to get rid of it. Would help if we knew the make and model and or the virus name.
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