It is amazing to see how technology has advanced in the last few decades. Every single day, new forms of technology emerge and slowly replace old ones that were not so user-friendly. The tablet is no different, and the tips below will introduce you to the best this gadget can offer.
A soft reset will allow you to resume using your tablet if the screen is frozen. Press the power and the home buttons together for a few seconds. You’ll see the screen go black and then a white android will appear. Hold the home button down for several seconds to force-close an app.
Have you ever mistakenly opened a noisy app? You can quickly turn the sound down by holding down the “vol -” button until it is muted. The lock button can be turned into a mute button as well.
Many people find it difficult to type on tablets, but it gets easier with time. You can dictate your speech through a button on your tablet. Click the Home button two times and then touch the microphone. After you finish speaking, push the icon once more to see text.
You can easily take a screenshot using your tablet. To pull this off, just hold down both the “Home” and “Sleep” button simultaneously. This takes a screenshot and automatically saves it with your stored photos.
Set up FaceTime with your phone numbers and emails. When it’s on default, FaceTime on the tablet includes the email you set up with your tablet, but it’s possible to add more. If you want additional emails or phone number to be recognized by FaceTime, you can use the settings are of your tablet to add them.
If you want to copy and paste text to the Android’s clipboard, tap and hold on the target text. Then you will choose copy and go to another application, then press and hold again. A menu comes up and you can press paste. For a whole paragraph, you will have to tap four times.
A dizzying array of technologically advanced devices are now at our fingertips. When you get a new tablet, there is a lot to learn on using the new, efficient tablet. This article is only a start, keep doing some research on your tablet.