Polaroid 8-Inch Android 4.0 4 GB Internet Tablet with Capacitive Multi-Touch Display and Camera - PMID800
The Polaroid PMID800 8-Inch WiFi Tablet is a high performance device that allows you watch video, read books, listen to music, take pictures and video, check your e-mail and surf the internet while on the go. The Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system connects to WiFi allowing you to search the web, download Apps, watch YouTube and share media with friends and family. The tablet supports 3D games and preloaded with over (20) Apps that include Facebook, Twitter and Kobo that provides you access to over 2-million books (over 1-million free eBooks).
Polaroid Model Number PMID800.
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Q: How can I check to determine if my internet connection is working?
Q: How can I fix my internet connection?
Q: How can I reconnect my tablet to Wi-Fi?
Q: What else can I do to make a Wi-Fi connection?
Some modems or routers have a pairing button that must be pressed the very first time you try to make a Wi-Fi connection with a new device. Check your Wi-Fi router/modem documentation to see if this is the case and press the corresponding button.
Make sure that you are relatively close - if possible within a few feet - to the modem/router to make your first connection. When this works, increase the distance to test how far away you can go and still make a connection.
Try connecting to a friend's Wi-Fi access point. If your tablet connects, set your own Wi-Fi router/modem with similar parameters.
If you have to enter a password (a security code of type WEP or WPA) to access your modem or router , be very careful that you do not confuse 1 and I (number one and letter I), 0 and O (zero and letter O), or U and V. These are common mistakes that prevent access to the wireless network.
Q: When can I best recharge the battery?
Q: Can I start my Tablet without a fully charged battery?
Q: How can I prevent battery drain?
If you are not using the Wi-Fi connection, shut it off on the tablet. The same goes for Bluetooth.
A screen set to very bright levels also drains energy. Lower the brightness levels and set the tablet to have the screen turn off after 2 minutes of non-use.
Q: How can I download applications?
There are several application stores available, such as Getjar, Google Play. To be able to install applications from these stores, you have to enable 'unknown sources'.
Now you can download and install applications from these stores: Go to the selected market and find application you want.
Note: Just like any other program on the internet, you canâ€™t trust all applications. Some applications are comparable to spam, others just don't work properly. We are not responsible for the compatibility of your tablets with all applications. Check the system version of your device and the minimum required by the application.
Q: What to do of if the tablet freezes?
If this doesn't work, use the 'pinhole reset button' when available. Get a paperclip and use it to gently push the reset button on the backside of the unit
Q: How can I reset the tablet to factory default settings?
Now you can connect the tablet to your computer and transfer your files back to the tablet.
Note: Factory reset will fix certain problems. Please try this before taking the tablet back to the store or contacting the help desk.
Q: How can I best clean the touch screen?
Q: How can I calibrate the touch screen?
Note: if you do not put the device on a flat surface (e.g. a table), calibration will not be successful.
Q: What is Android™?
Android™ is open source. This means hundreds of hardware manufacturers can implement Android without cost. It is completely open to software developers without a central censoring authority.
Q: What if an application doesn't work?
Polaroid is not responsible for problems that may occur as a result of downloading applications or any other software on the tablet
Q: Which media file formats are supported?
Note: Music, movies, applications or any other content bought or downloaded via the iTunes store will almost never play on your tablet
Q: How can I transfer existing content from a PC or Mac?
You can also copy your files to an SD memory card (make the corresponding maps yourself) and play them on the tablet.
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