Tip & How-To about Apple iPad 32 GB WiFi Tablet PC

Keeping Data Safe in iPad

With the evolution of iPad computing become more accessable at anywhere. In the IT industry iPad becoming the safest computing device to use. The hardware and software security combination of the iPad makes it more secure and safest computing device than Macintosh or PC. Recently no remote attacks are faced by the iPads, but the major security risk is physically losing the device.The passcode and encryption methods in iPad makes the data safe and secure.
With the use of data protection we can encrypt the e-mail messages and attachments. To enable the data protection go to Settings--> General-->Passcode Lock and then enter a four digit code twice.To make the passcode more safe tun off the Simple Passcode option on the same page then you can use longer codes. The passcodes can become more secure and strong by installing iPhone configuration utility.
Remote wiping is also another utility to delete data on a lost iPad when it connects to the internet.If you have MobileMe account, you can set this by
enabling My iPad in Settings--> Mail,Contacts,Calendars--> MobileMe.Corporate or Business users who are using Microsoft Exchange Server or Kerio Connect can use Exchange ActiveSync support to wipe their devices. All these things are managed on the server not on the iPad.So we will need to work with our IT administrator.
There is also availablity of secure email connection in iPad. Perfectly configured Microsoft Excange servers encrypt data by default. If you are using the IMAP or pop3 server and it supports SSL you can go to settings-->Mail,contacts, calendars-->youraccountname-->Advnace on iPad and enable it.
If you loose your iPad the first things you should do is change your password and deauthorize the device for any services such as Dropbox or iDisk that you used for connecting to it.

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How do I get iOS down loads to down load on my IPad? I can't do anything unless I have ios6 or higher. I have first gen IPad.

Heidi, again.

My excuses you already did put the most important things here.
Right. The first iPad, only can install iOS 5.1.1 If you go to settings, general and then to the second line Software update, it says (should say) iOS 5.1.1 software is up to date.

And yes. Lots of apps now on the market, are written for the newer iOS's Latest version is iOS 8.0.2.
But these iOS's and modern Apps, need fast processors and a huge memory.
Apple now has the A8 processor, must be the eight generation of processor and the memory where the programs (apps) are running in, now are 4 times as big as in 2010, when the iPad 1 came on the market.
I still see lots of people use the iPad 1 and as long as they don't want newer apps it is still a great machine.
If you really want to run the new apps, you better wait a few weeks, because Apple will announce the new iPads soon.
Even if you don't want the newest, the other versions will become a little cheaper, as soon as the new iPad(s) are on the market.
Dont buy a iPad 2 any non retina, because they will be in the same situation (not possible to upgrade) soon.

Be aware, Apple is bringing new iOS's almost every year, and the devices, still powerful enough can upgrade without any problem. There is no Android firm, who delivers major updates for their older devices. If you want to update, you must root the device first and then you can install other operating systems, with the risk the device never works as it used to be. For this you should have lots of knowledge about computers and work through lots of frustration, if it does not work the first time you install a rooted android version. And there also is a limitation. When the processors become faster and the memory increases, the older devices can't use the newer rooted versions either.

Oct 12, 2014 | Apple iPad 64 GB WiFi

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what can you do to fix a disabled ipad2?

If your iPad has become disabled permanently, your only choice will be to reset the iPad in iTunes and restore from a backup. This may seem like punishment, but it is actually for your own protection. If someone stole your iPad and tried to unlock it, the iPad would become permanently disabled, thus keeping the person from getting access to your iPad's data.
How to Restore the iPad From iTunes
Remember to restore the iPad from the same computer you used to sync. If you are using iOS 5.0 and have iCloud set up to backup your iPad, you can also restore from the cloud. Even without restoring from a backup, you can go to the app store and install any app you have previously purchased for free.

Hope this helps a bit.

Jul 30, 2014 | Apple iPad (16 GB) WiFi Tablet PC

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If I'm traveling and need to have internet access for my Kocaso tablet which device is good for this would an aircard work for this device?

You will need access to a 3G mobile phone network, which is not guaranteed throughout the world.
The 3G on the tablet does not work with every 3G device, so invest in an unlocked MiFi device, which can be used with local SIM cards to give data access to the internet via the Wi-Fi on the tablet.

Wi-Fi is becoming more popular in towns and cities, which does not require another device only another cost.

Apr 09, 2014 | Kocaso Tablets & eReaders

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