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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…

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Troubleshoots to Fix Unknown Errors on iTunes

The iTunes installed in the Mac OS or Windows PC lets you synchronize data to iPad tablets through an established USB connection. When iTunes doesn’t recognize the other device, however, you may happen to notice a “0xE” error on your device that denotes established connection breaks. iTunes can be of great help to troubleshoot errors in your iPad, and so you need to fix iTunes and make sure it is in top shape to deal with your iPad issues. To troubleshoot the iTunes error, ensure you have the latest version of iTunes installed in the system. In addition, ensure you…

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Popular Tweaks and Customizations for Android Nougat 7.1.1

Among other devices, the Android Nougat has made its way into the best branded Android tablets. Nougat upgrades the Marshmallow experience with improved customization and better UI. Even a refurbished tablet user would welcome the Android Nougat soon enough, especially when the rebranded Nougat tablets hit the stores. In the meantime, you could do the below tweaks in your Android device running on stock Android Nougat for even better performance. Screen Size and Widget Tweaks Go to the Display Settings in the notifications panel, tap on the Display Size, and move the slider until the widgets are viewable to the…

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How to Solve the “No SIM Card” Error on Android Tablets

Most of the Android tablet users have encountered SIM card issues on their device at least once. It can be a little bit frustrating when messages such as “Emergency Calls Only”, “No Service”, and “No SIM Card Installed” pop up on the screen of your tablet. If you are regularly experiencing these issues, the first thing you should do is to check the SIM card slot of your Android tablet and make sure that it is free of damages. However, if the slot is damaged, you will have to seek the help of an Android tablet repair technician for further…

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Fixing the Internal Storage Space Issues of Cheap Android Tablets

Many people who use Samsung tablets recently complained that the internal storage memory of their device is running out at a faster pace. If there are a number of applications and larger sized files on your tablet, then uninstalling a few apps from your tablet will certainly help you to free some space from the internal storage memory of your Android tablet. If you are Android tablet is regularly displaying a low memory error message or if you are not able to delete or uninstall applications from your tablet, then you can confirm that your device is experiencing low internal…

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Tips for Setting up iPad for International Travel

iPads are known for their resilient nature and exceptional build for daily usage. However, commuters that frequently travel to overseas destinations may often find themselves in difficulty in using these devices owing to its charging, cellular data, and Wi-Fi. The standards vary according to each country and it is up to the user to prepare the iPad well before undertaking any international travels. Note that iPads have many built-in features relating to cellular data, charging, and Wi-Fi connectivity that makes it suitable for use in any country across the world. Below are some tips to preparing the iPad for international…

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Steps FOR Restoring an iPad to Factory Settings

Many people who own old iPads recently complained that their device is getting slow with each passing day. Apparently, if there are a number of applications on your iPad or if the internal memory of the device is running out, then your iPad may get slow. So, try to remove a few applications, clear the internal memory of your device, and check whether the device is performing better or not. iPad users usually factory restore their device before selling it to another person. This is done to make sure that their valuable data and other information does not pass on…