The story of Galaxy Tab 10.1 bans has been a long one, but it looks like ti may come to an end in Germany. Samsung has altered the physical design slightly of the 10.1, keeping the internals the same. You can see the differences above. The Galaxy Tab 10.1N is on top and the original 10.1 is below.
The Galaxy Tab has a 180 mm 7-inch TFT-LCD touchscreen, Wi-Fi capability, a 1.0 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 Samsung Exynos 3110 processor, the Swype input system, a 3.2 MP rear-facing camera and a 1.3 MP front-facing camera for video calls. The tablet is enclosed in a plastic frame that makes it lighter than other metal-bodied tablets, weighing 380 g.
If you have apps or games that don’t scale full screen, a solution to this problem has been found. The guys at jkkmobile.com released a video tutorial in which instructions are shown on how to be able to enjoy your favorite apps that are not optimised for Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 7-inch screen to run in full screen mode.
You can play the video attached or follow the instructions bellow in order to scale the apps full screen :
1. Download “Spare Parts” application from Android Market and install it. If you visit us from the Galaxy Tab, follow this link : Spare Parts
2. Launch “Spare Parts” and scroll down to “Compability Mode”. Un-tick the box and tick it back.
3. Reboot the Galaxy Tab.
4. Launch “Spare Parts” again, scroll down to “Compatibility Mode” and un-tick the box.
5. Reboot the Galaxy Tab.
6. Congratulations. Your apps are displayed in full screen!