Nobis Tablet has blurry screen and is unable to read.
I dropped it very slightly on my table and when that happened, the screen went blurry, it looked like all the pixels were stripes instead all in rows! I dont know what to do, i turned it on and off, i even pressed the Reset button to help but it wont! Its a Nobis 7" tablet and i need help!
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Lot's of people have your problem. Try Googling *Nobis NB09 stuck on Go*. I happen to have a Nobis NB09 myself and can say with utmost confidence that it is a POS. The problem, from what I've experienced and read is a whole bunch of units with defective internal SD card memory which results in the App partition not being seen or available to the operating system.
Since the reset button didn't work, there is a small chance a factory reset might work to at least get you into the set-up process so you can check the app partition memory status. I suspect, like mine, it will say 00.0 bytes available. This is the top graph shown in Settings > Storage.
Anyway to do a factory data wipe/reset do the following: with the tablet powered off,
1) press and hold down at the same time the power button
and the volume (-) button. After about five seconds you will see
the Nobis screen. Continue to hold both buttons down. The
Nobis screen will go away. Continue to hold down both
buttons until a green android appears along with green text.
Release both buttons.
2) Look at the lines of text. One of them will say something like
Wipe Data/Factory Reset. Use the volume(+) button to scroll
to it and select it by using the power button.
3) another screen should appear with a bunch of *no no no no*
lines and one line for a go ahead. Scroll to the go ahead line
using the volume (+) button and engage it using the power
button. It should then do the factory reset bit and then a
screen will come up giving the option to power it off.
4) Power it off, wait at least ten seconds and if it doesn't power
back on then push down and hold down the power button
until the Nobis screen comes up. Release the power button
and wait. Allow the boot up process to run it's course. This
could take several minutes - up to ten minutes from some
reports with the GO screen showing. If your unit is not
completely borked in probably about three to five minutes
it will finally boot into the set up screen.
If it does this enter your google email info, etc and it will eventually go to a you are ready to go screen. The first thing you should do is go to Setting > Storage and check out the top bar graph. If it's green all the way across and says 00.0 bytes then your memory
is defective and your app partition unavailable. If this is the case the tablet won't remember any changes and it won't be able to upload any updates or optional apps. Every time you turn it off and start it back up you will have to again go through the set up process. The only recourse is if it's under warranty to contact Nobis now Bidwell and see if they will issue you a RMA number so your can return it for repair. I did this and they repaired mine and
returned it. It worked for about two weeks and AGAIN the memory went bad. I tried to get another RMA and they gave me the runaround. So I told them to go take a flying leap and that I'd be letting everybody know their product is defective and they don't stand behind it.
Nobis 9 tablets are defective. Many, if not most, of them end up having bad internal memory. They might work for a week, a month or maybe even two months but, sooner or later, theminternal memory goes bad. When this happens you get the stopped working error messages and in many cases it will no longer boot up. Just Google, Nobis NBO9 stuck on go and you will see you aren't the only one who got ripped off when you bought this POS.
I know, I have one. I sent it in when the internal memory went bad. Cost me 20 bucks postage. They fixed it and sent it back. It worked about two weeks and the internal memory went bad again. Then they gave me the runaround and refused to issue me an RMA.
Stay away from anything sold by Bidwell that uses the Nobis brand. Better yet stay away from Bidwell period. They are rip off artists, IMO.
Your internal memory app partition is gone. The Nobis NBO9 has some serious issues with bad internal memory storage. Yours is undoubtedly unable to download anything from the Store because the operating system *sees* no place to download them to.
Go to Settings > Storage and examine the top horizontal bar graph. It will probably be all one color and the text under it will probably say 00.0 bytes of storage. This means bad internal memory.
You are stuck with a broken tablet unless you can manage to get Nobis, now Bidwell to issue an RMA. Good luck with that as they don't seem to eager to stand behind their defective product.
Do a factory restore, using the buttons on the tablet. The procedure varies but typically it's Hold VOLUME DOWN and POWER buttons at the same time. When (if) you get a menu, choose factory reset. The sad news is she will lose all her pics, music, apps, etc. but the tablet should work.
If the screen is blurry it may be bad, return it to the store where you bought it, and get another. If you have a camera on each side, it's usually selected in the settings of the camera or webcam software.