- Mar 29, 2006
Since the release of Kit Kat, where Google are turning off previously available features.Since when?
Interesting, but given its a software modification, it'll get resolved easily enough.Since the release of Kit Kat, where Google are turning off previously available features.
If your device has user-accessible internal flash storage, your SD Card is a �secondary external storage device�.
What this means is that with KitKat, applications will no longer be able create, modify, or remove files and folders on your external SD card. As a for-instance, you can no longer use a file manager to copy files from your computer to the SD card over a network. This ability, which has existed since the beginning of Android, has been taken away.
Samsung Galaxy S4, Note 3 Android 4.4 Problem hits Micro SD Card
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is the only tablet secure enough to obtain US Military clearance, so I would think it would be secure enough for most businesses in Australia.We knitted out our field team with Samsungs 18minths ago to save money. We are now pulling them and switching back to Apple. Basically stability, user functionality and security were the key reasons for dumping them.
If you want to save money (yes Apple is premium you pay for the brand) and just do the basics no probs with Samsung, go for it!