Among the bugs involved include the 7″ tablet’s low native resolution of 800 x 480 pixels – that would mean having the Streak revert to an Android 2.3 user interface which is hidden within Android 3.1, hence making it necessary to increase the pixel density – this is normally the reversal that is done with Android devices. Apart from that, there is a not-so-urgent issue of the Streak being unable to awake from its slumber whenever it isn’t plugged in – this means you will need to turn it on again or go ahead for a reset.
There is also an older version of the Market and Music app which isn’t the same as the one on the Motorola Xoom and Transformer, while a messaging app has been built right into it as well. You willing to give it a go?
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