17 mar. 2012

Actualiza tu Acer Iconia Tab a Android 4 "Ice Cream Sandwich"

  • Lo que primero debemos hacer es descargar la rom "Acer_AV041_A100_0.002.00_WW_GEN1" aparecida hace un par de días. Podéis descargarla desde aquí AQUÍ cortesía de Androonay.
  • Una vez descargada la rom, debemos cambiarle el nombre de Acer_AV041_A100_0.002.00_WW_GEN1.zip a update.zip.
  • Seguidamente movemos el archivo renombrado update.zip a la tarjeta micro SD de nuestro Acer Iconia Tab A100. Debemos asegurarnos de tener el tablet con carga  máxima o mejor aun conectado a la alimentación externa.
  • Apagamos el tablet.
  • Lo encendemos en "modo recuperación" pulsando el botón de encendido a la vez que mantenemos pulsado el botón de subir volumen, y lo aguantamos así hasta que se inicie el A100.
  • El tablet nos detectará el archivo update.zip y dará comienzo el flasheo y se actualizará el firmware de manera automática.
  • Al concluir el flaseo se reiniciará nuestro Acer Iconia Tab A100.
  • Veremos como arranca con Android Ice Cream Sandwich, disfrutadlo!!!
  • Gracias a Traficantes de hardware

Se rumorea: .... la versión Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). Como actualización llegará a la antigua Acer Iconia Tab A100 y A500 en abril, la compañía anunció oficialmente en febrero.

12 mar. 2012

Android USB driver

Download the Android SDK

Welcome Developers! If you are new to the Android SDK, please read the steps below, for an overview of how to set up the SDK.
If you're already using the Android SDK, you should update to the latest tools or platform using the Android SDK and AVD Manager, rather than downloading a new SDK starter package. See Adding SDK Components.
Platform Package

Windows android-sdk_r16-windows.zip

installer_r16-windows.exe (Recommended)

Mac OS X (intel) android-sdk_r16-macosx.zip

Linux (i386) android-sdk_r16-linux.tgz

Here's an overview of the steps you must follow to set up the Android SDK:
  1. Prepare your development computer and ensure it meets the system requirements.
  2. Install the SDK starter package from the table above. (If you're on Windows, download the installer for help with the initial setup.)
  3. Install the ADT Plugin for Eclipse (if you'll be developing in Eclipse).
  4. Add Android platforms and other components to your SDK.
  5. Explore the contents of the Android SDK (optional).
To get started, download the appropriate package from the table above, then read the guide to Installing the SDK.

 

Windows 7

To install the Android USB driver on Windows 7 for the first time:
  1. Connect your Android-powered device to your computer's USB port.
  2. Right-click on Computer from your desktop or Windows Explorer, and select Manage.
  3. Select Devices in the left pane.
  4. Locate and expand Other device in the right pane.
  5. Right-click the device name (such as Nexus S) and select Update Driver Software. This will launch the Hardware Update Wizard.
  6. Select Browse my computer for driver software and click Next.
  7. Click Browse and locate the USB driver folder. (The Google USB Driver is located in \extras\google\usb_driver\.)
  8. Click Next to install the driver.
Or, to upgrade an existing Android USB driver on Windows 7 with the new driver:
  1. Connect your Android-powered device to your computer's USB port.
  2. Right-click on Computer from your desktop or Windows Explorer, and select Manage.
  3. Select Device Manager in the left pane of the Computer Management window.
  4. Locate and expand Android Phone in the right pane.
  5. Right-click Android Composite ADB Interface and select Update Driver. This will launch the Hardware Update Wizard.
  6. Select Install from a list or specific location and click Next.
  7. Select Search for the best driver in these locations; un-check Search removable media; and check Include this location in the search.
  8. Click Browse and locate the USB driver folder. (The Google USB Driver is located in \extras\google\usb_driver\.)
  9. Click Next to upgrade the driver.

Windows XP

To install the Android USB driver on Windows XP for the first time:
  1. Connect your Android-powered device to your computer's USB port. Windows will detect the device and launch the Hardware Update Wizard.
  2. Select Install from a list or specific location and click Next.
  3. Select Search for the best driver in these locations; un-check Search removable media; and check Include this location in the search.
  4. Click Browse and locate the USB driver folder. (The Google USB Driver is located in \extras\google\usb_driver\.)
  5. Click Next to install the driver.
Or, to upgrade an existing Android USB driver on Windows XP with the new driver:
  1. Connect your Android-powered device to your computer's USB port.
  2. Right-click on My Computer from your desktop or Windows Explorer, and select Manage.
  3. Select Device Manager in the left pane.
  4. Locate and expand Android Phone in the right pane.
  5. Right-click Android Composite ADB Interface and select Update Driver. This will launch the Hardware Update Wizard.
  6. Select Install from a list or specific location and click Next.
  7. Select Search for the best driver in these locations; un-check Search removable media; and check Include this location in the search.
  8. Click Browse and locate the USB driver folder. (The Google USB Driver is located in \extras\google\usb_driver\.)
  9. Click Next to upgrade the driver.

Windows Vista

To install the Android USB driver on Windows Vista for the first time:
  1. Connect your Android-powered device to your computer's USB port. Windows will detect the device and launch the Found New Hardware wizard.
  2. Select Locate and install driver software.
  3. Select Don't search online.
  4. Select I don't have the disk. Show me other options.
  5. Select Browse my computer for driver software.
  6. Click Browse and locate the USB driver folder. (The Google USB Driver is located in \extras\google\usb_driver\.) As long as you specified the exact location of the installation package, you may leave Include subfolders checked or unchecked—it doesn't matter.
  7. Click Next. Vista may prompt you to confirm the privilege elevation required for driver installation. Confirm it.
  8. When Vista asks if you'd like to install the Google ADB Interface device, click Install to install the driver.
Or, to upgrade an existing Android USB driver on Windows Vista with the new driver:
  1. Connect your Android-powered device to your computer's USB port.
  2. Right-click on Computer from your desktop or Windows Explorer, and select Manage.
  3. Select Device Manager in the left pane.
  4. Locate and expand ADB Interface in the right pane.
  5. Right-click on HTC Dream Composite ADB Interface, and select Update Driver Software.
  6. When Vista starts updating the driver, a prompt will ask how you want to search for the driver software. Select Browse my computer for driver software.
  7. Click Browse and locate the USB driver folder. (The Google USB Driver is located in \extras\google\usb_driver\.) As long as you specified the exact location of the installation package, you may leave Include subfolders checked or unchecked—it doesn't matter.
  8. Click Next. Vista might prompt you to confirm the privilege elevation required for driver installation. Confirm it.
  9. When Vista asks if you'd like to install the Google ADB Interface device, click Install to upgrade the driver.

10 mar. 2012

Android 4.0 Platform Highlights


Welcome to Android 4.0!
Android 4.0 delivers a refined, unified UI for phones and tablets and introduces innovative features for users and developers. This document provides a glimpse of the many new features and technologies that make Android 4.0 simple, beautiful, and beyond smart.

9 mar. 2012

Aplicacion Pda net para Android

La aplicación pda net para Android nos permite usar nuestro dispositivo Android como si fuera un modem utilizando un servicio de datos.
Esta aplicación ya goza de cierta fama en dispositivos equipados con Windows Mobile, Palms y iPhones. PdaNet proporciona acceso a Internet, e-mail y mensajería instantánea sin hacer cambios en la configuración de tu dispositivo Android. Soporta tanto USB Tether como Bluetooth DUN.
El teléfono puede conectarse a cualquier servicio de datos, sea 3G, WiFi o incluso VPN, y PdaNet siempre compartirá la conexión con la computadora. Soporta velocidades de hasta 35 Mbps.