Thursday, May 2, 2013

New 7-Inch Budget Android Tablet, Enjoy Playing Flash on Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

How to play Flash on Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
Looking for a reasonably priced and branded tablet? Besides Nexus 7 and iPad mini, now you have another choice. Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, an entry-level Android tablet, was officially announced at the end of April. It is the 3rd generation of Galaxy Tab series.

In appearance, the Galaxy Tab 3’s case is made of all plastic with a physical home key encircled by a menu and back button. As to specs, the Galaxy Tab 3 has quite a normal hardware configuration. It comes up with a 7-inch TFT display with 1024x600 pixels. It also has a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB/16GB of ROM and a microSD card slot. For cameras, the Galaxy Tab 3 has a 3.0 MP rear camera but lacks flash. The front-facing camera has 1.3 MP. Moreover, the tablet runs Android 4.1 OS. It’s reported that there are 2 versions of the tablet. The Wi-Fi version will be sold in May and the 3G version will be available in June. Price issues are currently unknown.

How can I play SWF on Galaxy Tab 3?
Although the Galaxy Tab 3 is not a high-end device, it’s already good enough for customers with limited budgets. Regardless of the lack of a HD display, the tablet’s 7-inch screen is able to meet the daily needs: watching movies and playing mobile games. Then how about playing Flash on Galaxy Tab 3? If you're already an Android user, you must know about this: Adobe Flash player is no longer available on Android platform. So it’s quite a labyrinth to view Flash on Galaxy Tab 3 and other Android devices.

Here’s actually an alternative for playing Flash. Since the large-screen device is convenient to play videos, it might also be available to show videos converted by Flash. That’s to say, we can convert SWF files to videos in advance and then put them into the tablet. To finish this task, we need a processional tool named SWF to Galaxy Tab 3 video converter. With the powerful functions of the software, conversion process would be a just piece of cake. 

The conversion can be done with a few steps and clicks. First of all, download, install and launch the tool on PC, input the Flash files that we need to convert. Then set the output video format as “MP4” (or other video formats as you like), click the Setting button for detailed parameters setting. In the Profile pop-up window, set video codec as “H.264”, video size as “1024x600” and audio codec as “AAC”. Last but not least, hit the Convert button to start process. When it’s done, you can find the converted video files stored in a specific folder on your PC. Now just transfer these videos to the tablet with a USB cable or Samsung Kies. Enjoy watching Flash on Samsung Galaxy Tab 3!
Flash to Galaxy Tab 3 video converter

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