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    • I rooted mine with Gingerbreak. Yes, I know it's a Froyo device, but Gingerbreak did the job direct on the device. Easy and painless. Just install and run Gingerbreak, run it and reboot. It's been a few weeks now, no problems.

      Once it's rooted, use Link2SD to free up internal memory and turn this hopelessly cramped device into a very usable little tablet. Close to 200 apps installed and no more low memory warnings. The other must have app is Titanium backup.

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      I rooted mine with Gingerbreak. Yes, I know it's a Froyo device, but Gingerbreak did the job direct on the device. Easy and painless. Just install and run Gingerbreak, then reboot. It's been a few weeks now, no problems.

      Once it's rooted, use Link2SD to free up internal memory and turn this hopelessly cramped device into a very usable little tablet. Close to 200 apps installed and no more low memory warnings. The other must have app is Titanium backup.

      The first time you run an app that needs superuser priveliges, su will ask you to accept or deny. You only have to do this once per app.

      Owen

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