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So Candy Crush has become Candy Crash :>) You need to delete the app and download it again after rebooting. You will probably lose your game level history.
I have never played the game, but if you get updates to the App? You might want until a new version comes out and fixes the crash bug. You can also go to the App Store and report the bug on the Candy Crush page. Good job it is ONLY a GAME eh?
The option to keep the display bright is not found under settings in the Android app, but under the font settings. If you tap the centre of your screen whilst reading your book the icons will appear at the top of your screen. Click the font size icon, and a drop down list of settings will appear. The one at the bottom deals with brightness.
Step 1 Swipe the Status bar at the top of the screen towards the bottom of the screen to display the Quick Settings menu, and then tap "More." To open the Quick Settings menu in Explore by Touch mode, use two fingers to swipe down the Status bar. Step 2 Tap "Accessibility" to view all settings related to accessibility. Locate the Text-to-Speech and Voice Guide options in the menu. Step 3 Turn off the "Text-to-Speech" and "Voice Guide" options to disable the voice capabilities of your Kindle Fire HD.
If you Google NobisNB09 stuck on GO you will find many angry people who have the same problem. Rarely does the factory reset procedure work to fix it. IMO they have a problem with faulty internal SD chips. So, what I'm saying is you may not be able to fix the problem other than trying to get an RMA and sending it back for repair if it's still in the warranty period.
Here is the factory reset procedure.
1) press and hold at the same time both the power button and the volume(-) button.
2) keep holding them until you see the Nobis screen, Then it will go off. Keep on holding both buttons down for perhaps ten or fifteen more seconds and finally you will see a screen with some green text options
3) Among the options is one that says something like "wipe data/factory reset.
4) Using the volume (+) button scroll to it and then press the power button once to select it.
5) Another screen will come up with text options of no, no no for five or six lines with one that has a go ahead for the reset option. Again, using the volume (+) to scroll to the reset option and select it using one push of the power button.
6) you will get a reboot option.
7) reboot by pushing the power button, it will turn off.
8) Give it a minute or so and then push the start button and
hold it until you see the Nobis screen. Let it go and wait. If the hardware's OK it will go through the initialization routine which
should take several minutes. Anything more than about ten
minutes without going to the set up screen indicates you have
bad hardware such as a faulty internal SD memory.
One hint: turn off your wi-fi router so it can't connect to wi-fi.
It will boot up with the wi-fi ON and it will connect to any open
router it can find and commence to download updates for all the apps. This makes it take forever and can completely fill
up the available app partition memory and result in another failure to boot up next time.
IMO the Nobis NBOP is a POS! I have one so I know.
Do you mean the onscreen text or pictures don't rotate when you turn the tablet sideways? If so, on the Home screen tap Settings, then scroll all the way down the settings past the bottom of the screen. Near the end of the list is Accessibility. Tap that, and then in the System section be sure there's a check in the box next to Auto-rotate screen. If there isn't, tap the checkbox to put one in. Then press the back arrow till you're back at the Home screen, and when you rotate your tablet the pictures and text should remain horizontal.
Try google hangouts ( you'll need to setup an account, but you can send txts from that app.) or try www.textnow.com and setup an account. it will give you a private number that you can txt from using your internet browser
These computers "i have one" do not have much resources. I am not sure how demanding open office is, but it is likely you crashed. The crash may have done some sort of damage. Try starting your netbook in safe mode. with f8. If this works you have a chance to check the hardware manager. see if your devices are ok. Safe mode may at least give u a chance to trouble shoot it.