Two Jailbreaks to Find the Wireless Network Password in Android Devices

An Android device saves the wireless network passwords within the device no matter how often you connect the device to a said network. Knowing the password of your wireless router will be helpful to you if you forget the same, especially if the password is not written somewhere. Another reason why you may want to know how to find the wireless password in Android is to help your friends sign in with their Android tablet to an access point at your home network. Below are two workarounds to find the wireless password by using two Android applications. It shall be [Read More]

How to Pair Surface Pen with a Surface 3 Tab Featuring Windows 10

If you have recently bought a Surface 3 tablet from any of the Windows tablet dealers, you should pair a Surface Pen to make the most of the Microsoft device for daily usage. The stylus can be used to jot down notes quickly, take screenshots, or even plan a trip using maps in Windows 10. Below is how to pair a Surface Pen with a Surface 3, a Surface Pro 3, or a Surface Pro 4. Additionally, you will need to pair the stylus in case you have skipped that during the initial device configuration or upgraded the Surface Pen [Read More]

How to Print Wirelessly from an iOS Powered Device

If you are a work-at-home guy or a student, the printer will be an important part of your day-to-day works. The problem here is that you might not be at your desktop PC always when you need to print something. However, if you spend most of your time on iOS powered devices like an iPad or an iPhone, you will be able to print wirelessly from the device to a printer making use of a native feature called AirPrint. You will be able to use the AirPrint feature even if your printer is not compatible with the same. However, if [Read More]

How Apple Pay Cash Really Works

Reports from several reliable sources claim that one of the leading tablets manufactures, Apple, will be soon rolling out a new iOS 11 feature, called Apple Pay Cash. This new feature will enable iPad and iPhone users to easily transfer and receive money from their friends. The latest feature, Apple Pay Cash, is actually a part of Apple Pay, which is the mobile payment system of Apple. However, the difference is that this feature will be included in the iMessage app of Apple devices. iPad users should also note the fact that all the money that you receive through Apple [Read More]

How to Download and Install Adobe Flash Player on a Compatible Android Device

Install Adobe Flash Player To install Adobe Flash Player ensure your device features Android 2.2 to Android 4.1. If you don’t know which version of Android your device features, go to Settings > About Tablet or Settings > About Phone. Note that if your device is running on Android Jelly Bean, you will need to navigate to Settings > Security and select the checkbox of Unknown Sources to avail app downloads outside of Google Play Store. Android would prompt you to confirm selection, so tap on OK upon prompt. Now that you have enabled Unknown Sources, open the web browser [Read More]

How to Enable Scheduled Power and USB Debugging on an Android Tablet

Enable Scheduled Power Several people who use Android tablets and smartphones have a misconception that a damaged Power button means the end of the line for their device. It is true that you will not be able to swiftly and smoothly operate an Android tablet with a damaged Power button but it doesn’t mean that you should throw the device away. There are plenty of ways and techniques that will enable you to lock, unlock, power off, and power on your device without using the Power button of your Android tablet. If you feel that the Power button on your [Read More]

How to Setup and Use FaceTime on your iPad

Use FaceTime On IPad FaceTime is a popular feature in an iPad that allows you to make both video and voice calls. Using this, you can do video conferring with your friends or engage in live discussions related to business. It comes preinstalled on your iPad and uses your specific Apple ID to work. With this feature enabled, you can make calls with your friends and family who owns Apple devices like the iPad, iPhone, and Mac. Below is how to setup and use FaceTime on your iPad. Enabling FaceTime In order to use FaceTime, you must first turn it [Read More]

How to AirDrop Contacts and Other Files from Compatible iPads

AirDrop File Transfer The AirDrop feature on iOS 11 will let you share files, like media files or Contacts, wirelessly across iOS devices with ease. The feature uses Bluetooth to a form a peer-to-peer Wi-Fi connection for sharing files in between the iOS devices, provided that they are within range for AirDrop to detect a good Wi-Fi connection. Most of the time we may send photos, contacts, or other files as an e-mail to a friend, which is easy. However, if he or she were close by, using AirDrop would be much easier for sharing files on an iPad tablet [Read More]

How to Restrict the Overall Data Usage on your Android Tablet

Restrict Overall Data Usage You might have repeatedly run into high data charges while using your tablet for internet browsing. This is especially the case if you have never subscribed to the unlimited data plans provided by the carrier and are using other packages that offer limit data. Besides, a newly bought tablet from Android tablet rentals or a retail store might also have data loss not only through internet usage but also by the background apps. Numerous methods are available to you within the Android settings that can be used to restrict the data usage on your tablet. These [Read More]

How to Back Up Files and Settings in Windows Tablet to OneDrive

Back Up Files And Settings Among many features in a tablet’s operating system, the feature to back up important data saved on the device to cloud storage is the most admired one, as it will let you restore them whenever needed. Below is how to back up files and settings in Windows tablet ft. Windows 8.1 OS to OneDrive. Note these can be tried on any Windows device provided they are running on Windows 8.1 operating system. First, navigate to the Start Screen by tapping on the Windows button below the display. Then, scroll your finger over to the right [Read More]