I’ve got this new AT200 tablet, and if you’ve read my previous installment, you’ll know it’s virtually useless.
Thankfully, using my brain and modern technology, I’ve overcome the hurdles set-up for me by the large multi-nationals that won’t let me install whatever software I like on my machine.
Installing Play Store apps on the AT200
This little guide is to help the owners of the defunct AT200, which is virtually a dead dog if you don’t have the right software installed, put more and better apps on their machine.
As it’s impossible to install, I use this device as a gateway to the AT200.
- Pick the app you want.
- Install it to the phone.
- Transfer it to the tablet.
- Select the file you wish to transfer.
- Change it’s name to .zip
- Turn on your BLUETOOTH.
- Select the file and SHARE it to the AT200.
- Accept the incoming file…
- Change the name back.
And HEY PRESTO!!
Google Play apps on a Chinese bought Toshiba AT200 (thinnest tablet on the market)!