We have three Samsung Tab 3's and they crash all the time. Really, ALL the GD time. We're lucky if they successfully log on one time in seven (no exaggeration). Even when they do manage to log on more often than not they boot us out after a couple of minutes.
I have a Nexus 7. (Apparently, there was a problem with original (2012) Nexus 7s, but they put out a later version of it ... (2013)
That's the one I got. The improved (2013) version. I love it.
Its quad core (had to go look that up. )
It DOES crash, regularly, with towns that are decorated more than usual. In fact, it regularly crashes with my OWN town. Daily. When I do rounds, I know ahead which towns are going to bring it down. I can get back into them, but I know there's a problem.
I'm able to use it, got used to just taking a deep breath, and restarting TSTO,, and LOVE the resolution the size and weight, and wouldn't choose another.
But if what you want is specifically something that handles the elaborate towns, this ain't the one you're looking for.
Maybe it's an exception to the quad core group.?
I use my Nook HD and it very rarely crashes. Like, maybe once or twice a month. Usually it's because I have too many things running at once. Try getting a Task Killer app and clearing your device of running programs before starting up the game.
No, I don't purchase premium items. I don't do the micro-transaction thing. I'm level 38 though with all kinds of stuff and have no real issues.
As for tasks running, there's a ton of things that run when your device first starts up. Everything that connects to the internet starts up and wants to check for updates. Facebook, Gmail, twitter, etc. They all rush for the internet as soon as your device starts up. So restarting can likely cause you to have fewer resources available than if you just used a task killer to clear out running programs.
All good info. I am hoping that if I do end up getting a new tablet that I really won't have to jump through hoops to be able to play this game. The Samsung Galaxy note looks like a possible contender. The Galaxy tab would be good if not for kitkat now being the os. Asus has a couple that look good, as does toshiba. Thing is that the ones that seem to be capable are no less expensive than an ipad air. I am really not looking to get involved with itunes, however, if the air is the most capable, I may have to conside it...
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