Basically.. (2013-01-22) All you need to do is download the Google Play store *.apk file and install it on your device, then download Google Chrome through the App store.
Solutions found on Intenso Tab 714 – Playstore installieren.
USB connection (2013-01-22) Start your Tab 417 and connect it to a computer with a USB to Micro USB cable. A notification about an established USB connection will appear on your device in the lower right corner. Click on it and enable the device’s USB storage feature. This will enable you to mount the whole drive on your computer and transfer the file if you chose to download it on your computer.
Over the course of time I got annoyed by how long it takes to properly install non-latin language support for a browser, so here’s a (hopefully quick) way to get it working.
Note: For the changes to take effect, I had to restart my browser. I’m using Chrome 23 on Debian with XFCE.
According to Wikipedia’s “Multilingual support (East Asian)”, you need to install these packages for Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese.
sudo apt-get install ttf-arphic-uming ttf-wqy-zenhei ttf-sazanami-mincho ttf-sazanami-gothic ttf-unfonts-core That worked perfectly for me, let’s move on to Multilingual support (Indic). On my installation I was missing support for Kannada, Telugu, Tibetan, Khmer and Burmese.