Jennifer is having a problem with her Samsung Galaxy Tab 3: it crashes when she uses social media apps. Leo says it's probably a good idea to update the OS. And it's also a good idea to do a clean restore.
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Thomas has an old Samsung Galaxy Tablet and he wants to know how he can upgrade it to sell it. Leo says that Gazelle is an option, as is eBay. Leo also says try updating the Android OS. Look in the settings to check, or go to the website and check. That could extend the life of it. Leo says that Google's new Nexus tablets will be coming out soon. So Thomas shouldn't buy anything until Google releases their next generation.
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Armando wants to know what's the difference between the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Leo says that it's not always clear what the difference is. There are 47 different models! The Pro seems to have more RAM, office apps, and more powerful processors. That's pretty much it, but it's confusing. It's easier to just decide by price. The chatroom says that the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is an awesome tablet.
Don wants to know if there's a Bluetooth printer that he can use with a friend's Samsung Galaxy Tab 10 tablet. Leo says that there are, but another option from Google is Google Cloud Print, which prints from any internet connected printer anywhere in the world. So if he can get on Wi-Fi, he can print.
Britney is going into nursing school after the first of the year and wants to know what tablet she should get: a Samsung Galaxy Tab, Google Nexus 7, or the iPad. Leo says there isn't much difference quality-wise; they're all mature and have stunning screens. So it comes down to what she wants to do with it.
Carlos just bought a Samsung Galaxy Tablet and would like to use it in his business. What photo apps can he use on the Galaxy Tab that allow him to make captions?
Leo says there's a ton of them in the Google Play Store, like CaptionIt, but Carlos may be able to do it natively with the camera app on the tablet itself.
Pete bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab with 4g and uses the hotspot to connect his computer. But after a few months, the tablet started dropping him from the hotspot signal. Leo says that a MiFi would've been a better option. And if he's replaced it a few times, there's clearly an ongoing design issue here. A guest in the studio says that the tablet may have a bad phone number. Go to Verizon and ask them to change it.
Mike bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, which he discovered can be converted to a phone just by putting a SIM card into it. So he put his AT&T SIM into it and he uses it all the time. Leo says that's interesting!