Refurbished Tablet

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 Remove Virus from your Android Tablet Apps

Remove Virus From Tablet Entering Safe Mode will help you to troubleshoot any app in your Android tablet that has been affected by a virus. Much like Windows OS, Android also has the Safe Mode option, which can be used to fix any glitches in Android devices. To reboot your Android refurbished tablet in Safe Mode, tap and hold the Power button for a few seconds, and then choose Reboot once the prompt appears on the screen. If you are on Android Nougat, tap and hold the Reboot prompt until you get a prompt to Reboot to Safe Mode. Tap [Read More]

How to Backup the Personal Information in Android Tablets

Backup Personal Information Backing up data containing in Android tablets will help you to retrieve the backup when the data gets lost or when you reset the device to troubleshoot the bugs. The backup stored remotely will help you when buying a refurbished tablet as well and all you need to safeguard sensitive data is turn on Back Up My Data in Nougat. Navigate to Settings, then choose Backup & Reset in Nougat, and then turn on Back Up My Data switch to remotely back up the important Wi-Fi passwords and network settings periodically. This navigation path will also help [Read More]

How to Play Tricks in Marshmallow and Android Tablets Interface

Play Tricks In Marshmallow A majority of people who own Android tablets are using the Marshmallow operating system, but not all know how to play tricks with the Android interface in their device. Some tricks are explained below and if you have just upgraded the Android recently, following them will make you fall in love with the refurbished tablet even more. If you have a fair understanding of how the OS works, playing around with these tricks will be much easier. Granular App Permissions This sought after feature has been unleashed in Marshmallow. Navigate to Settings > Apps and then [Read More]

Tips to Fix Wi-Fi Problems in Android Nougat 7.0

Fixing Wi-Fi Problems 2016 had marked the seventh year since parent company Google released Android OS and Nougat 7.0 was launched much to the delight of Android tablets users. Although gadgets kept coming with different features and functions, the wireless has remained an unfettered feature in a tablet. Users cannot simply imagine their devices without Wi-Fi. However, Android devices still encounter minor wireless related concerns. If you were experiencing Wi-Fi problems in Android Nougat 7.0, below are a few tips to fix it. Forget the Encrypted Networks If you are in trouble regarding Wi-Fi even after doing a Nougat upgrade [Read More]

Amazon FreeTime is Coming to Android Tablets

Amazon FreeTime Available Soon Reports from several reliable sources claim that the most popular FreeTime Service of Amazon, which allows users access to several parental controls and selected kid-friendly content, will be available on all Android tablets and smartphones shortly. This incredible app will offer the similar set of parental controls that are present on the Fire tablet devices of Amazon. In addition to that, it will be also offering a handpicked selection of more than 40,000 websites and YouTube videos, which have been deemed safe for children through the FreeTime web browser. The officials from Amazon have also confirmed [Read More]