I use a Droid 4 with C:geo 99% of time. My Galaxy tablet runs it as well, so i don't see why yours wouldn't. I always have my Garmin Dakota 20 along for backup tho if you get in an area with poor cell phone coverage.
I just looked at it on our camera's. 5vr is attached to large tow truck. Camera pole is hiding any damages. The TV is a red dually with some damage to driver side. People are loading some spilled contents into back of it as I type. Didn't hear of any major injuries, of course I wasn't listening to much either. The crash is at the 90.5 MM in SC, btw.
M GO Blue, I am still on 4.0.4 with my ver droid 4, and FoxFi wouldn't work the other day. Like you, cannot pull a battery so I deleted FF off the phone and went to playstore and reloaded it. Works fine again.
Funny, none of you must of ever camped beside me, our 5 min pins (all rescues)don't like people coming up and wanting to pet them. I take my dogs camping because I don't want to spend time away from them. We don't camp places we cannot take them everywhere we go. We do quiten them down if they bark, but if you insist on walking by and want to see them, they will bark. Not once, ever, has someone came to complain about them. All the noises we encounter on our camping trips, as many others have listed, seems some of you campers need to find a deserted island to park on....
My 1450LMT screen got shattered (long story), so I began researching a replacement. I was actually going to just get another 1450, but it is no longer in production, so I looked at the next level up. 2500 series. Garmin has now gone to 3500 series, so I opted to get the latest and greatest. Used my new 3590 LMT last weekend and was instantly hooked on the voice command! It also does a split screen lane picture. I spent so much time looking by hand in the 1450 for food and gas on our trip to Texas last month, now while driving I can do it all by voice, great improvement.
Same thing with lost phones, phone companies want a police report to cancel contract, etc. So phone owner comes to me and wants a report. I ask where they lost the phone, 99% say "I don't know". I cannot write a report because I have no proof it was lost in my jurisdiction.
Be prepared for traffic on I-10 if you are going that way. I just spent last week touring the gulf from Pensacola Fl. to Houston Tx. and got caught in quite a few traffic snarls. One came within feet of taking us out too during a deluge 3" per hour storm, which is pretty much every afternoon thru there.
Several states have SP geocaching challenges, I think Ga. actually gives you a geocoin upon completion. I started in 2006 at a SP while camping and then in '10, got really into it. Like above, way past the P&G's, we plan trips around caching. We grab a county cache everywhere we travel and a delorme square. It is a challenge for having each in each state. We completed SC, about 2/3 done in NC and several other states are started. We mostly do virtuals and mysteries while traveling, because of the sites they bring us too. Fixing to leave on an 8 day adventure that takes s from Fl panhandle all the way along the gulf to New Orleans, which is full of historic and unique caches. We have completed many challenges, like finding a placed on date for each day of the year, have a find on all 366 days of the year, each month a cache was placed beginning in May 2000, etc. So many things to make it more ineresting than just going to a walmart light skirt. Smart phones can also be utilized to find caches using free apps, but not quite as good as a handhelp GPS.
We have repeled waterfalls for caches, we have climbed trees for caches, we have explored tunnels for caches, we are planing to dive for one this summer, we are going to several different countries next spring to cache, the fun never stops. You just have to explore all that geocaching website has to get info on these challenges and adventures. Enjoy!
The local Toyota Dealer (Columbia SC) here will have mine next Thursday when my truck I ordered from them arrives. 2011 4x4 crew cab xlt set up for 5vr towing. Line-X, tinted windows, vent visors, alum toolbox, and rear super springs. 18,400 miles, 3 oil changes and one set of fuel filters. Just don't need this truck anymore. From what they are giving me, it may be more than you are looking to spend though.