Edit: I checked a dozen stores and nothing, so I just added it to cart and went to checkout, "Out of Stock".Tablet Gen 3 with Android
Android 11 (Go edition) operating system
8" 800 x 1280 resolution IPS touchscreen
2.0 GHz quad-core processor
2 GB RAM
32 GB storage with microSD slot for storage expansion
Up to 15 hours of battery life for gaming, web browsing, watching videos, and listening to music
2 MP front-facing camera plus 2 MP rear-facing camera
Comes with: Google Kids Space,* Entertainment Space, and Google Camera Go apps
Camera Go: high-quality HDR images, Night Mode, smart on storage
What's in the Box? (1) tablet 8", (1) AC adapter plus USB-C charging cable 3.28 ft (1 m), and (1) Quick Start Guide
adb shell settings put secure sysui_nav_bar 'space[1.5WC],back;home;recent,space[1.5WC]'
Many stores may not have them yet. They may have them, but if I recall, the actual mod reset for them is in the future, therefore many stores have not put them on the sales floor, yet.This apparently comes in 4 colors, gray, yellow, purple, blue. $79
This is "charcoal", i.e. gray: https://www.walmart.com/ip/onn-8-Tablet-32GB-2022-Model-Charcoal/530143567
I've had the original Onn 8 (not the Pro) on my dash for a while.
I think the speed is an improvement over my old Nexus 7 (2013).
Still, the GPS leaves something to be desired in that it's so inaccurate and there is (apparently) no magnetometer.
If you're stopped at a light Google Maps will go wacky telling you to pull a U-turn or take a right or take a left.
Still, I think I'll pick one of the new ones up for the dash (gray) and maybe another for news site browsing (yellow).
Edit: I checked a dozen stores and nothing, so I just added it to cart and went to checkout, "Out of Stock".
I thought that was odd, myself. I did notice many older models we have out are priced higher than the new ones.
Maybe you could inform your superiors that Walmart has been violating the GPL license by not providing kernel sources to their tablets -. You will be doing this hacker community a favor and also helping Walmart be in compliance with the law.
Sorry, but this will never happen. I have had these cheap Androids tablets since Android 5.0, (Nextbook) and they will never do this. I believe this does not apply to China. They won't do that.
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100071483:/ # getenforce Permissive