September 2017

How to Configure Google Wallet on Refurbished iPads Ft. iOS 7

Configure Google Wallet If you are in the US, you can use the Google Wallet on refurbished iPads ft. iOS 7 or later just like you can do on Android tablets. Google Wallet is used to send, receive and even pay a money request. Once you download the Google Wallet app, open the app and navigate to Menu > Payment Methods and then tap on Add Payment Method and choose Add A Debit Card. Now enter your debit card details and tap on Save. When done, you can use the debit card as the payment method or link bank accounts [Read More]

How to Setup iOS 9 Public Beta in your iPad

Setup IOS 9 Public Beta Apple introduced the Public Beta Software Program with the release of iOS 9. This was a change in the company’s stance as it provided the means to users along with developers to test and report the newly released iOS versions. You can use this feature to test new features and give feedbacks to Apple. Enlisting in the public beta program is much easier as the only thing required from your part is installing the beta version of the software in your iOS device. This has several advantages for you as well, as it provides firsthand [Read More]

How to Set Up Screen Lock in your Android Tablet

Set Up Screen Lock The screen swipe is the default option in Android tablets for accessing the main interface from the lock screen. It is not a secure way to keep your tablet though, as it enables anyone to easily access the contents stored in your device. However, there are numerous options available in Android tablets for securing the device and the most important of them is the screen lock. Android tablets can be locked by using various methods such as password, PIN, and pattern. This will ensure that your device remains inaccessible to any other user except you. Below [Read More]

How to Delete an App in iOS and Restart iPad to Troubleshoot Bugs

Troubleshoot IPad Bugs All of you will know how to open an app in iPad tablets by tapping on the app’s icon. However, there are some differences between closing an iOS app and deleting the same. If you know the subtle differences between the two, you will be able to troubleshoot the iOS app, which may have bugs. Tapping on the Home button once will only put the app to pause, and users mainly do that to switch between running apps and multitask. The app will be paused though, and it will still clog in the background of iOS consuming [Read More]