Android phone and tablet support

Category: Connectivity

Activate 3G or 4G on Android Tablets

Activate 3G or 4G on Android phones and tablets

To activate 3G or 4G on Android tablets, you need to first be using a cellular company that provides this service. The 3G and 4G networks are communication protocols provided by a cellular telephone company. Therefore, your tablet must have a slot for a SIM card in order to access the cellular data network. It is also possible that your tablet came with a SIM card pre-installed and is hidden and cannot be removed.

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connect an Android tablet to a TV

Connect Android to a TV

How to Connect Android to a TV?
Connect an Android phone or tablet to a TV is very simple. You can Stream video from an Android tablet or phone to a TV, view photos, play games, do PowerPoint presentations, etc. The HDMI output port on your tablet PC is very useful for these purposes.

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Print from an Android

Print from an Android Phone or Tablet

Print from an Android phone or tablet
The function to print from an Android phone or tablet is not a function delivered with a new phone or tablet. The USB port on a phone or tablet will not support printer interfaces. But, with the addition of some software, you can print from an Android phone or tablet easily.

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VPN on Android

Using VPN on Android Phones and Tablets

How to use VPN on Android phones and tablets
Virtual Private Network (VPN) adds additional security protocols which allows connection to a private network. Using VPN on Android phones or tablets allows for an extra secure connection to the network. VPN is usually offered by corporations, schools, etc. to allow users to connect into the internal private local network while not physically on location.

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WiFi password on Android

How to see the WiFi password

How can you see the WiFi password?
WiFi passwords are stored on your Android phone or tablet. Depending on the version of Android you have, you may or may not need to root your device in order to look up the passwords. If your Android phone or table is rooted, then you can find the file that contains the passwords of all your WiFi connections in the data\misc\wifi directory.

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Tether Android to laptop

Tether an Android Phone or Tablet to a laptop

How to tether an Android phone or tablet to a laptop?
Share an Android Phone or Tablet Data Connection
If your Android phone or tablet has Wi-Fi and/or 4G or 5G connectivity, which most do, then you can share or tether an android phone or tablet to a laptop or other internet devices.

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set a static IP in android

Static IP address on Android phones and tablets

Having a static IP address on Android phones and tablets can be useful if you are connecting to the device, and you always want to reference the same IP address. Normally, the IP address is dynamic and can change each time you connect to the network.

You can change the settings yourself to your custom specifications, or you can download an app from Google Playstore called “WiFi Static” which will help you manage the static and dynamic IP settings on your Android device.

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Transfer files on Android

Use WiFi to transfer files between an Android tablet and a PC

Use WiFi to transfer files
How to use Wi-Fi to transfer files between an Android tablet and a PC? Using your browser, transfer files over a WiFi network between your PC and tablet. This method uses a Wi-Fi network and connection. First, you must have a WiFi network where both the tablet PC and the PC are connected.

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Remote Desktop Connection for Android

Setup a Remote Desktop Connection with an Android tablet or phone

Setup a Remote Desktop Connection with Android
There are a few apps available on Google Play that helps you to setup a remote desktop connection with an Android tablet and a PC for the purpose of allowing the tablet to establish a Remote Desktop connection.
A remote desktop connection allows the person operating the tablet to connect to the desktop computer or laptop and operate the computer just as if they were actually using the computer. This connection also allows an easy method to move files between the two devices.

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Boost WIFI Signal

Losing WIFI Connection Android

Losing WiFi connection on Android tablet or phone
Android tablets or phones losing the WiFi connection is a common problem, but has an easy fix. When your tablet or phone goes to sleep, it can drop the WiFi connection.

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