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How to Disable Predictive Text on an Android Refurbished Tablet

How to Disable Predictive Text on an Android Refurbished Tablet

The autocorrect feature works when you type a word by hand or with gestures and especially when space is inputted to continue typing an important message in an Android refurbished tablet. The autocorrect feature will automatically correct the spelling or suggest alternately spelled words through a feature known as the predictive text. When the Android dictionary recognizes the word you type in the virtual keyboard, predictive text will suggest alternate words contained in the dictionary. Sometimes, Android dictionary will simply…

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How to Install Google Assistant on Android Tablets Featuring Lollipop or Later

How to Install Google Assistant on Android Tablets Featuring Lollipop or Later

The Google Assistant supports in Android tablets featuring Lollipop, Marshmallow, or Nougat versions. Through a hidden activity in Google app, the Google Assistant feature can be activated manually in Android tablets. Firstly, install Activity Launcher application or Nova Launcher app through Google Play Store on your Android tablets ft. Android Lollipop or later. In addition, ensure that you have the latest version of the Google app as well on the Android device to enable Google Assistant as explained below. Explaining…

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How to Fix Common Issues in Galaxy Tab S3 7.0

How to Fix Common Issues in Galaxy Tab S3 7.0

Galaxy Tab S3 7.0 is one of the best Android tablets released by Samsung, but some owners whine about common issues affecting the device all the time. Below are three commonly occurring issues in Galaxy Tab S3 7.0 and the respective troubleshooting steps to fix them. Play Store Download Issues Clearing Google Play Store cached memory as well as data would fix the issue, and that is a logical thing to try out before proceeding with complicated troubleshoots. To fix…

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Tips to Safely Move Files and Apps to SD Card in Android Tablets

Tips to Safely Move Files and Apps to SD Card in Android Tablets

Freeing up consumed space is one of the easiest ways to make the most of the Android tablets, in both internal as well as external storage. That said, most tablet users promptly transfer the photos, music, movies, and other stored files to make full use of the given space. When 16 GB does not suffice to fulfill your entertainment needs, how else can you store large-sized movies? Slotting in a tested micro-SD card would expand the given space to something…

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