August 2017

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How to Setup and Configure Apple Pay in your iPad

Apple Pay is a service that lets you pay for the products you purchase from stores that support NFC technology. First available for iPhones, Apple Pay was then eventually offered to the iPad recently. However, Apple Pay is available only for iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3, as these two models feature a touch ID sensor and NFC technology. Besides, the iPad should also contain the latest version iOS such as 8.1 or later and Touch ID set-up. By using Apple Pay, you can easily make purchases from the App Store and other participating stores. Moreover, you can add…

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How to Fix the Update Issues in your iPad

Most of you who own an iPad tablet might have come across the issue of not carrying out updates. This is itself a serious issue as it will prevent the apps from being updated to their newer versions. Moreover, it may present the users with issues in the downloading or updating of installed apps. This problem mainly occurs due to some issues with the authentication of the device. Due to this, the App Store will find it increasingly difficult to identify your device thereby interfering with the updates process. This update issue can also be caused because of another download…

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How to Configure a Newly Purchased iPad

When you start an Apple iPad for the first time, you will be presented with three options to choose from right out of the box: Set Up As New – Choosing that will start the device from the scratch; Restore backup from a previously owned iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch; and Import backup from a previous Windows, Blackberry, or Android device. Let us find out how to use the Set Up As New option, so that when you get hands on your new refurbished iPads, you will be able to get things started on your own. Setting up Primary Configurations…

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Hidden Features in Android Nougat to Delight Tablet Users

With a few upgraded features and tweaks, experiencing the Nougat Android tablets would be something more peaceful than before. Users know about the split-screen feature and direct reply message in the latest Android OS, but there are some hidden features in Android Nougat as well, which give users better accessibility and control. Below are three of them. Tweak Font Size Interfacing with a larger font size would give better legibility in Nougat Android tablets, where decreasing the font size would be ideal for some users. Go to Display > Display Size and swipe in the Preview Pane to alter the…

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How to Troubleshoot FaceTime Issues on your iPad

The FaceTime app on Apple devices requires an established broadband or Wi-Fi connection to work seamlessly. However, users could still face call drops on FaceTime when the receiver doesn’t have FaceTime installed or the receivers’ country or carrier doesn’t support FaceTime. Countries namely Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and UAE including Dubai may not support FaceTime app on the Apple devices, so users should check for that. With that kept aside, if you try to switch from a FaceTime VoIP to a standard phone call, you may experience a temporary call drop. In case none of the above things apply to you…

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Simple Solutions to Android Lollipop Problems

Android Lollipop, also called as Android 5.1, has reportedly brought some problems with it, but many of these issues can be solved very easily. Some of the common Android Lollipop issues and their simple fixes are explained below. Issues in Wi-Fi Connectivity Android 5.1 update has introduced some issues in the Wi-Fi connectivity of many Android devices especially Samsung devices. If you find that the Wi-Fi of your Android tablet is acting up after the Lollipop update, you can try the usual solutions like toggling the Airplane Mode, forgetting and then reconnecting to the Wi-Fi network, rebooting the tablet, restarting…