Expert Advice For All Tablet Owners To Use

The awesome tablet technology is only able to work when you can control it correctly. You have to understand the ins and outs of it, how it works and how to work it. This article was written for the tablet owner who wants to take their use of the tablet one step further.

Sometimes you will get a frustrating wifi-network prompt during the day. You can turn this feature off by going to your settings. Select Wi-Fi and then turn the Ask option off.

You do not need to tap the small camera roll icon found in the bottom left corner to look at a picture or video you have just taken. Instead, you can use one finger to swipe to the right, and voila, there is your picture or video. To view past pictures, swipe to the left.

If you’re worried about people trying to access your data, you can fix your tablet to erase your data if there are a certain number of failed attempts. If they don’t get it right, the tablet is factory fresh again.

If you need Google Calendar to work with your tablet, get into your mail and then contacts followed by calendars. Switch to Add An Account and then tap the Other button. Use the Add CalDAV icon to input your information for Google. You can then exit the settings and access the calender through the app. Everything you needed should be visible.

You should know what kind of care an tablet needs. Start by keeping it away from direct sunlight and do not leave it inside a hot car. Your battery will slowly start to hold less of a charge if it gets hot too much. Also, never put the tablet in a place in which liquids may damage it. It’s also a good idea to buy a cover that’s padded so your tablet is more protected.

Are you annoyed or distracted by the constant battery life percentage displayed on your Android’s screen? If, so you can turn it off. At the outset, access the Settings Menu. Then click Usage under the General Settings. Under this menu, you can easily switch off your battery percentage display.

To take your use of the tablet up a few notches, keep the advice from this article in mind. You’ll find that your tablet never leaves your side once you know all it does.

 


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