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    Default Wi-Fi, Google Chrome for Android, and SD card falls out

    Here's my trifecta:
    1. Wi-Fi is incredibly slow and often drops. Any updates, fixes, or hacks out there?
    2. I've downloaded Google Chrome for Android and it found the Prime.....but I don't seem to be able to locate the icon anywhere. What am I doing wrong?
    3. I've lost 2 32gb MicroSD cards from the Prime. I guess I pick it up and depress the chip, removing the slot lock. Anyone else done this and what can I do....short of duct tape?

    Thanks to all on this forum. this is where I always come for answers.
    Ron
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    Default Re: Wi-Fi, Google Chrome for Android, and SD card falls out

    1. Have you tried several networks to make sure it's not the network?

    2. You can't find the app in your app drawer? Uninstall it from manage apps and reinstall it.

    3. No idea about this one. I haven't had this issue.

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    Default Re: Wi-Fi, Google Chrome for Android, and SD card falls out

    With a simple case with a flip cover over the screen my sd cards never fall out. Without the case, I often found that my cards pop out with normal use.
    Rick

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    Default Re: Wi-Fi, Google Chrome for Android, and SD card falls out

    After trying several networks, I believe it to be the pad is not dealing with wi-fi as it should. Is there an upadate or a fix that y'all know of?
    Thanks?
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    Default Re: Wi-Fi, Google Chrome for Android, and SD card falls out

    Quote Originally Posted by grtday View Post
    After trying several networks, I believe it to be the pad is not dealing with wi-fi as it should. Is there an upadate or a fix that y'all know of?
    Thanks?
    poor WiFi connectivity is a known issue with this device. You need a strong network connection or you can order the dongle that Asus was giving away. It's not pretty but may be worth looking into.

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    The dongle was for GPS. For a fix to Wi-Fi you have to send it in, I believe.

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    Oh right. Sorry my bad.

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    Default Re: Wi-Fi, Google Chrome for Android, and SD card falls out

    I did send it in....Not much difference, Sadly.
    Card still falls out.
    That iPad is looking better and better.

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