How to Use an Android Tablet

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How to Use an Android Tablet. Android tablets are user-friendly devices that can be used for multiple purpose like: checking e-mails, playing games, watching videos, listening to music. It can also be used as a camera or camcorder. However,...

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How to Use an Android Tablet www.facebooknworld.com How to Use an Android Tablet Android tablets are easy-to-use devices that can be used for multiple purposes like: checking e-mails, playing games, watching videos, listening to music. It can also be used as a camera or camcorder. However, an Android tablet is a bit different from an Android mobile phone. Not only are the hardware specifications different, the user-interface is different too. www.facebooknworld.com

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How to Use an Android Tablet www.facebooknworld.com Set up your Android . While the OS is very easy to use, you'll need a Google account to download apps via the Google Play Store. www.facebooknworld.com

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How to Use an Android Tablet www.facebooknworld.com Understand the functionality of the three-basic touch-capacitive keys. These basic control keys are used for controlling applications and other basic commands: The home button: This is used to jump to the home screen of your Android device. If pressed in between another activity, the OS puts the activity in the background. Using this button will, usually, not shut down any application or game; instead, it will run in the background.The back button: This is used to go to the previous page or activity. Multi-tasking button: Android tablets running Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) and higher will have a multi-tasking button. Tapping this button will give a list of all applications running in the background. Swapping a running application to the left or right will close the application. This is particularly useful to clear RAM and speed up the device. Older Android tablets may have an Menu button. This button gives the user access to additional options for particular apps. This button is not found on devices running Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean out of the box. www.facebooknworld.com

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How to Use an Android Tablet www.facebooknworld.com Check the version of Android your tablet is running on. Different tablets run on different versions of the Android OS. The Android version can be found in the About Phone section of the settings panel. Most tablets run on Android Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) or higher. The latest version of Android is Jelly Bean (4.2.2). Generally, the higher the version of Android, better will be the device performance. Some older tablets run on Android Honeycomb (3.x). Honeycomb was a tablet-specific version which wasn't available for mobile phones running on Android. The OS version gives a brief idea of the features packed in a tablet. For example: Tablets (and phones) running on Jelly Bean version have Google Now in-built. www.facebooknworld.com

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How to Use an Android Tablet www.facebooknworld.com Download applications. Google Play Store has a vast collection of tools, applications and games that will make your Android experience much better. Download an office app that will help you view and/ or edit documents. Most Android tablets come with an in-built document viewer. If you want to download a free office editor for Android, try downloading the Kingsoft Office application. Try using your Android device to take notes, add calendar events and get directions. It can be used for various other activities too. Try installing wikiHow's Android application that contains our huge collection of how-to articles! www.facebooknworld.com

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How to Use an Android Tablet www.facebooknworld.com Customize your Android. Google's open source Android OS gives you the power to customize your device. Make custom Android smart actions. Setting up smart actions will carry out specific activities when specific conditions are met. Smart actions can be customized to suit your needs. Note: Smart actions may not be available on all devices. However, you can download similar apps from the Google Play Store. Adjust Screen Timeout. The screen timeout time can be a drain on the battery, especially if it is too long. Setting up a screen timeout is the one of the best ways to save power while your phone is on. Create your own wallpapers, widgets, etc. www.facebooknworld.com

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How to Use an Android Tablet www.facebooknworld.com Speed up your device. Speeding up your device can be done in a number of ways: Update your version/ firmware. Device manufacturers roll out updates occasionally to fix bugs, reduce lags, and improve performance. Be on the look out for updates for your device. Download a task-killer and anti-virus applications. Some devices come with an in-built task manager while most don't. Task manager will allow you to close the apps that are running in the background. Anti-virus application will keep you safe from any external threats. Remove unneeded widgets from the home screen. Widgets are useful to quickly access important apps or get information. However, unneeded widgets use up a lot of processing power and will slow down your tablet. www.facebooknworld.com

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How to Use an Android Tablet www.facebooknworld.com Configure Sync options. Syncing is an efficient way to transfer data like pictures, videos, contacts, messages, emails, and more, between many devices. To configure synchronization options for apps or accounts, go to Settings -> Accounts & sync. Sync your Gmail emails, contacts, calender with Windows Outlook or other accounts. Set up Gmail in Microsoft Outlook. Set the server type to IMAP. Set the incoming mail server to imap.gmail.com and outgoing mail server to smtp.gmail.com. Enter log-in information. Under "More Settings", open the Advanced tab. Set incoming server to 933 with SSL encryption and your outgoing server to 587 with TLS encryption. Set up Gmail in Mozilla Thunderbird. Mozilla Thunderbird is a cross-platform open-source email client. To set up Gmail in Thunderbird, first, enable IMAP in your Google account settings. Open Thunderbird and go to Tools -> Account Settings. Add a new mail account; and input your name, email-address and password. Thunderbird will automatically try to configure your Gmail account for Thunderbird. www.facebooknworld.com

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How to Use an Android Tablet www.facebooknworld.com Back-up your data. Back up your data to your computer, mobile phone or an external storage. You can also try backing up on the Google Cloud. www.facebooknworld.com

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