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I'm just going to cover some basic points. Interface-wise, Android and iOS have much in common: The quick toggles you see when you swipe up from the bottom of the screen in iOS 7+ is also available in Android, but they're located along with the notification panel. The multitasking pane you see when you double-tap the home button in iOS is also available ...


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I have a mid android phablet. Had some issues too, but not that one. Here is a link, they have a lot of suggestions for android tablets (under forums heading, then android tablet): http://www.androidtablets.net/search/33094/?q=android+tablet+frozen&o=relevance I did a query with "android frozen tablet" in the search. The search engine is somewhat off ...


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You should be able to access the default recovery on your Android tablet and do a factory reset. To do so turn off the tablet and then while holding the Power button press Volume Down and hold for about 10 seconds. If this doesn't work try Volime Up or both. You should be now in the recovery and you can navigate with Volume Up/Down and confirm with Power ...


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If you can't boot the tablet and hard reset it in the settings, you could try to flash the official software using a computer and the tools/image available at http://pipo.cn/En This also does a hard reset. You can put the tablet in download mode by holding one of the hardware keys and pressing reset while connected to the PC with an USB cable.


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There's a lot of mixing up because the "aagh tinfoil hats" brigade are very mixed up themselves. There's no evidence that any radio emissions from mobile phones have any health effects whatsoever. You get a larger radio dose from your local TV transmitter than the phone in your pocket. To answer your specific questions: yes, you're safe from RF if there's ...


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If you go to storage in settings, you can see a basic breakdown, I'm guessing apps wont be the biggest, however look to see if pictures and videos; audio; downloads; cache or misc. is taking up a lot of space and click on the relevant entry to have further actions (clearing cache, deleting downloads, etc..). If this option isn't available in settings (it is ...


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Normally when you have removed the applications then your freed storage space has to be reflected.But as you say that even though the total app storage space is not more then 1GB then it's better to go for the Antutu tester app to confirm the details of the memory issue. This app will give you a detailed report of the working of the android tablet/device ...


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As a can see it has a Rockchip CPU, you try root it with VROOT http://www.mgyun.com/en/getvroot . Rockchip sells the majority of it chips to chinese OEMs that's why its very likely that VROOT will do the job. Please try it and reply back :)


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Yes. You report the loss or theft to the police, and give them the serial number. (You'll need proof that it was yours, of course.) If someone finds it and hands it in, or if it's recovered from the thief, then they know it is yours, and will return it to you. That's your only option. Since you haven't signed into your account on the tablet, as far as it's ...


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Disclamer - I DONT HAVE ENOUGH REP to place COMMENTS - So here is a suggestion. I have been looking around and found a blog from a user with your same device has got this thing rooted successfully here: http://androidxda.com/download-root-genius Comment from user here: ...


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There are at least three ways of doing it: Programmatically by starting an Activity with Intent.ACTION_DIAL: String secretCode = "123456789"; Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_DIAL); intent.setData(Uri.parse("tel:*#*#" + secretCode + "#*#*")); startActivity(intent); Programmatically by broadcasting an Intent: String secretCode = "123456789"; ...



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