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You can allow websites to save and read cookie data from your Android default browser or chrome. To accept cookie, enable, disable cookie on your Android phone or tablet. To do so, follow the instruction:
1. Open the Browser
2. Open "Privacy and Security" Menu
* Note that on Chrome, you need to go to "Content Setting"
3. Mark or Unmark the "Accept Cookies" button
On the default Android Browser there is "Clear All cookie Data" option under the "Accept Cookies" to clear the Cookie

Tablets &... | Answered 11 hours ago


Angela,

Your Viewsonic (apparently) used: Android OS 2.2 and that is quite old!

(Almost always), a Android device needs to be OPERATIONAL before it can be updated. It MUST also be able to 'communicate' to receive the updated OS...

Now your VS (apparently) HAS a external SD Card slot, so you MAY be able to copy the new Android OS to that card then maybe you can load from there ~ BUT, your Tablet MUST be operational to do it!

Anthony

ViewSonic... | Answered 11 hours ago


download games

Tablets &... | Answered 11 hours ago


Hello,

You can acess Android's devices using your email.
Miss more than 5 times the password and after that you should receive a warning about that error and a way to access tablet using your email. Just follow instructions.

Check here:
http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/google-android/3424220/how-unlock-android-phone-tablet/

If this answer was helpful please rate it. Thanks

Tablets &... | Answered 11 hours ago


The current Sling TV app requires Android 4.4 or higher. This is given in the requirements on the Google Play Store page for the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sling&hl=en . Scroll down to the Additional Information section.

I know that the Sling site claims that the app works with Android 4.0.3 on the Devices page. However, they haven't updated the site properly. On their help site, they call for KitKat 4.4. See http://help.sling.com/articles/en_US/FAQ/How-do-I-watch-Sling-TV-on-an-Android-Device-36/?l=en_US&c=Topics%3AWST_AYD_Android .

If you are prepared to tinker with your device (rooting the device or similar activities) so that you can side-load the app, one older version of the Sling app can be found here: http://www.apkmirror.com/apk/sling-tv-l-l-c/sling/sling-4-0-5-154-3-release/sling-television-4-0-5-154-android-apk-download/ . Other versions of the Sling app are also available; check the Min system requirements below the size of the download package. However, these versions may not communicate properly to the Sling server any more.

I wish that I had better news for you. (Note: I have never tried to install an older app on my Android device.)

Cindy Wells

Tablets &... | Answered 11 hours ago


That is the home screen. Have you installed a different launcher or home screen. If so remove that. If you havent do a factory reset. Unless your device is rooted, You wouldnt have access to fix that error

Google Android... | Answered 11 hours ago


For Android tablets you can do this wit factory reset from the Android System Recovery Menu. This will erase all your data.
To go into the Recovery menu, press and hold the Power On button and some other key (Volume Up, Volume Down, Home ). The combination is different for the different models.
When you are in the Android system recovery menu, use The Volume Up/Down keys for navigation and the Power button for confirmation.
Choose "wipe data / factory reset"

Tablets &... | Answered 11 hours ago


Adobe si not fully supporting the Flash standalone player or browser addons for Android. Download and install Chrome - it has the functionality for Flash and HTML5 built in.

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/dave_fb2c45146b845cea

ASUS Transformer... | Answered Yesterday


The best option in the long run is to root, and install the market. This will give you access to all android app's which will allow you to run plenty of apps that will do what you are looking for. Here is the "how to" http://tipstir.the-talk.net/mid7015-4g-rooted-rom-f76/coby-kyros-mid7015-android-tablet-ultimate-beginners-guide-on-how-to-root-your-tablet-install-clockworkmod-recovery-to-do-a-complete-systems-backup-and-then-install-google-market-t689.htm
Hope this helps.

Coby Kyros... | Answered Yesterday


You need to download Adobe Flash player from the android market first.

Archos ARNOVA 10... | Answered Yesterday


Hi there, If your tablet will power on, but won't boot up, then take a look through this:How to Factory Reset Your Android Phone or Tablet When It Wont Boot

If it won't power on at all, try out these instead:
What to Do When Your Android Phone or Tablet Wont Turn On
My Android Tablet Wont turn on Anymore And cant take the back off

If those do not help, then contact the manufacturer.

I post on behalf of HP.

Tablets &... | Answered Yesterday


Make sure that the settings have wifi enabled and airplane mode off.
It needs a 2.4G 803.11n wireless connection to a router thant has DHCP enabled.

Tablets &... | Answered Yesterday


You will be stuck in fastboot if you have failed to flash an img file. You will have to boot a boot.img file using fastboot then download the last update to get your tablet back to normal.
Download the following file onto your computer...
K1_A301_03_03_110829_US.zip
Then unzip on the computer. You will see a file named "boot.img". Make sure your tablet is connected to the computer and you have the fastboot binary. Then run the following command in the directory you just unzipped the file
fastboot boot boot.img
This will allow you to boot up your tablet but the bootloader will STILL be stuck in fastboot. Therefore you will have to update your system. Download the same file above into the Download directory of your tablet. Rename it to update.zip. Dowload the following XML file...
K1_A301_03_03_110829_US.xml
and rename it to update.xml (NOTE: the system file manager won't let you change the extension so just rename to "update". Power off the tablet. Then hold down the Volume + key and hold down power button until it comes on. That will boot the system into recovery and install the update. In a few minutes you will be restored and your tablet will work normally. NOTE: YOU MAY LOSE YOUR DATA and may have to reinstall your apps.
If your boot partition isn't a mess like mine was, you may be able to just flash the system partition from the above zip file by using...
fastboot flash system system.img
fastboot reboot
The key is that a fastboot flash must be successful in order for your device to boot normally.

Source: Lenovo

Tablets &... | Answered 2 days ago


So sorry to hear/read about this challenge you are having.
You've provided a few details to help you out; so also is it that you've probably left a few otter details out too.
First, the android logo which appears... is it lying on its back with its tummy open and a 'no command' writing also displayed?

Or is it simply the android logo ONLY.

In any case, once you do the hard reset and the android logo re-appears, try and pushing either the volume up or volume down button.

Next, check and see if it now displays the various command options on the screen.

Otherwise, when the android logo reappears, you can try press one of the following 'home button' or 'back button' or 'opened tabs button' and see if the reset menu/command options become displayed.

PANDIGITAL Novel... | Answered 2 days ago


If your tablet is wit Android system you can do a factory reset from the Android System Recovery menu. To go into the recovery menu, press and hold the Power On button and some other key (Volume Up, Volume Down, Home ). The combination is different for the different models.
When you are in the Android system recovery menu, use The Volume Up/Down keys for navigation and the Power button for confirmation.
Choose "wipe data / factory reset"

Tablets &... | Answered 2 days ago


See if there is a reset on it. Its usually a very small hole marked reset and it takes a pin or something very small to press it. A reset might work and it won't erase anything off it.

MICHLEY TIVAX... | Answered 2 days ago


Hi,
I recommend you contacting the seller. They seem to have prompt service.

Coco Android 2.1... | Answered 2 days ago


There is no manual for Android Operating System (OS) as such because different vendors (like Dell, Samsung, etc) can customize the OS. So no manual will work on all devices. You can however look at your product manual. Btw, for most of the common tasks you can do a simple search on internet and you will get the answer. Otherwise, just post the question here on fixya.

Dell Streak 7... | Answered 2 days ago

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