For all 5 people who are actually using the gTablet's stock UI instead of a custom ROM that is miles ahead of it in features, ViewSonic released a new over-the-air (OTA) update that finally adds Adobe Flash, along with external docking station and USB keyboard/mouse support and a few other things. The full list, found on ViewSonic's news page, is reproduced below:

  • Adobe Flash support
  • External docking station support
  • USB keyboard and mouse support
  • International cities available in Weather
  • Spanish and French language support
  • Energy saving screen lock

The update notification should pop up automatically upon your gTablet's next boot and won't require a wipe, so don't be afraid to flash away.

Source: ViewSonic

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  • Professot

    Woww.. that is very fast and right away.. Good work ViewSonic

  • http://droidsamurai.blogspot.com PixelSlave

    They probably should just sign a contract with one of the custom ROM team and hand the development over to them entirely.

  • William Landis

    That is exactly what they need to do get away from tapntap and get some knowledgeable people on the job. Don't put your name on a product you have nothing to do with. the gtablet is malata, tapntap, nvidia, no viewsonic.