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How to Downgrade Android Tablets from Nougat to Marshmallow

Downgrade Android Tablets Downgrading Android tablets from Nougat back to Marshmallow is possible on your own. Below are some steps to manually downgrade your Android tablet featuring Nougat to Marshmallow. However, before you follow these steps, back up the important device data to a PC or a cloud account so that you can access the same in the future. Just like upgrading, even downgrading the Android tablets from Nougat back to Marshmallow would erase all the content in the Android device so backup is a must. First up, you need to download and install the Android SDK Tool having .exe [Read More]

How to Deal with Common Issues in the Netflix App

Common Netflix App Issues The Netflix app seems to be having some problems in Android OS lately, but there are ways to fix it, and surf movies and TV shows in all its glory. Netflix offers users a way to store videos to Offline Mode, but if the app crashes, even the offline access would be temporarily disconnected. Below are some commonly occurring issues in Netflix and respective troubleshoots to make the content-driven app perform better. Issues with Buffering If the wireless connectivity is working fine, yet you face buffering issues, then the app may have some bugs. To fix [Read More]

How to Fix Rare Automatic Keying in iPads

Fixing Automatic Keying Issue The iPad tablets keyboard fulfills the all-important needs of a user such as typing, texting, etc. However, on Apple discussions thread, an odd user query states that the rare iPad tablet screen types automatically, without even touching. Worry not, the sensation is no paranormal activity but may indicate an iPad is suffering from a temporary issue only. Below are a few troubleshooting steps to help fix the issue on your own, without having to get Apple Care involved. Firstly, turn off the iPad by long pressing the Sleep/Wake button. The patron users know where the button [Read More]

Tips to Control the Auto-Correct Feature of iPad Tablets

Auto-Correct Feature Almost all iPad tablets contain predictive text and auto correct features, which tries to ensure that users spell words accurately or correctly. These features in iPad tablets are great for general writing, but they can be a little bit irritating when you are trying to use complex industry-specific terms on your tablet. The autocorrect feature in your tablet may also drastically change random words when you are typing in long texts on the device, which in turn, creates an entirely different meaning for the whole context. Below are a few simple tips and tricks that will allow you [Read More]