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Connect to computer with iTunes on it and try a reset if that doesn't work do a restore...you will lose your data. If that doesn't work your iPad is probably suffering from an internal error and needs repair or replacement.
It depends on the tablet that you have. Usually non branded tablets tends to have lots of problem. It also could be that the radio could be corrupted. Radio is what it take care or manage the wifi, data, etc... anything with connectivity.
I do suggest that your try to flash the radio again if possible. If not, try these next steps:
1. Go tot he wifi connection and tap on forget, this is to make sure that you don't have any wifi saved.
2. Reboot your tablet.
3. Now search for the wifi again, set it up with all the requirement, like password, channels, etc.
4. Wait until it display saved even if it doesn't connect.
5. Reboot your tablet.
6. Try to connect again to the saved wifi. If it still doesn't connect, your only option is to flash the radio band.
I'd check the tablets internal battery and also the cord and plug from the charger. Though the cord powers it enough to run the connection may be too insufficient to -keep- the battery charging. I would also turn the device completely off while troubleshooting.
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.
Because you keep getting "an internet connection error" it sounds like it is not connected to the internet. I would try to address that problem first. I would go in and delete the wifi connection and re-add it using the correct network name and passphrase for your wireless access point. I think that once you get the internet connection error to go away, you will have better results with internet-dependent functions like the app store. Also make sure you don't have airplane mode or other feature activated that would turn off the wifi.
Error messages can mean several things. You may have lost internet connection for a short period or your tablet may be having problems with downloading. This is a common problem that happens to devices if they aren't working properly with internet or you could have interferance. Try down loading later at night, late late and see if it just happens to work.
It seems the system keeps busy starting up, checking and loading drivers for internal hardware or it tries to connect to something, but keeps on waiting for confirmation that it's found. While undergoing this process, the operating system doesn't get a chance to load the software/drivers for your keyboard. If there's a reset-button to return to original firmware, try to go for this. If this is not possible, you might have the option to use an flash-drive including the Android-version for you tablet and booting, re-installing Android from it, back to your tablet.