People who have tablet experience are not at all surprised with the high ratings and wild popularity tablet enjoys. Learning a few tips and tricks will help you take advantage of all the features of your tablet. This article is a good place to begin if you want to get the most out of your tablet.
Accessing the running apps is easy. By double-clicking on your Home button, you will see every running app in a bar near the bottom of the screen. If you tap on a app in the bar, you can quickly switch to it. Swipe downwards to hide the bar again.
Do you get irritated when your tablet asks if you want to join new Wi-Fi networks? It is possible to disable this feature by accessing your settings. Press on Wi-Fi and turn off the last option to discontinue these prompts.
You can view the apps running on your tablet. You can run many Android’s apps in the back while you are doing other things. To learn what is active on your tablet at any given time, give the Home button a double click. Everything that is open will be displayed in a bar located underneath all of your other information. After you see what is running, close the bar by swiping downward.
If you do not have a lot of time, you should never charge your tablet with your unofficial charger. All iPhone chargers uses only 5 watts, while an tablet charger uses 10 watts. You will not be able to charge your tablet as quickly if you are using your unofficial charger. You would be better off using the one that came with the tablet.
The factory default tablet setting is set to preview only two written lines from each email prior to you selecting it. It can help for you to see more lines before you open up the email. You can select mail from your settings. Go to Mail, pick Contacts and then tap Calender. Then, preview mail options to change the lines.
The tablet is truly a neat little device. If you are trying to incorporate an tablet into your life, it’s very helpful to spend some time understanding all that it can do. If you use these tips you will be able to get a headstart on the use of your tablet.