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How to add a user on Nextbook 8.0, and how do I get to smart Lock.

Setting Up a Tablet for Multiple Users Android includes multiuser features for tablets, so if you have a tablet, you can set it up with a separate account for each user. By creating user accounts, you give each user his own home screen, settings, and storage for documents. Each user can send and receive email and browse the Web without sharing his messages and history with other users. Each user can choose a different unlock method to keep his data safe.
Instead of creating a user account for another person, you can create a restricted profile, a kind of limited account that enables the user to access only some apps and content on your account. Like a user account, a restricted profile has a separate space and data on the tablet. You might want to create a restricted profile for a child that you allow to occasionally use your tablet.

Creating a User Account

When you create a new user account, it is best to have the person who will use the account with you so that she can set up the account immediately. In this way, you can ensure that the right person sets up the user account; you can also insist that the person sets an unlock method on the account to help protect the tablet.
If you must set up the new user account when the person is not available, the account appears on the lock screen without a security method. Anyone with access to the tablet can set up the user account, and there is no obligation to set an unlock method.
Here's how to create a user account:
  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap the Users button in the Device section to display the Users screen.
  3. Tap the Add User or Profile button to display the Add dialog box (see Figure 1.9).FIGURE 1.9 In the Add dialog box, tap the User button to start creating a new user account on your tablet.
  4. Tap the User button to display the Add New User dialog box (see Figure 1.10).
    FIGURE 1.10 Tap the OK button in the Add New User dialog box.
  5. Tap the OK button. Android displays the Set Up User Now? dialog box (see Figure 1.11).
    FIGURE 1.11 In the Set Up User Now? dialog box, tap the Set Up Now button if the user is available to set up her user account. Otherwise, tap the Not Now button.
  6. If the user is with you and can set up the account now, tap the Set Up Now button and hand over the tablet to the user. Otherwise, tap the Not Now button.
  7. Assuming you tap the Set Up Now button, the lock screen appears, showing an account button called New User. This account button is selected automatically. The user can swipe to unlock the screen, tap the Next button on the Welcome screen that appears, and then follow through the steps to set up the account.
If you tap the Not Now button in the Set Up User Now? dialog box, the user account appears in the Users & Profiles list on the Users screen as New User, Not Set Up. When the user is present and can set up the account, lock the tablet by opening the Quick Settings panel and tapping your account picture. The user can then tap the New User icon, swipe to unlock the screen, and follow through the screens to set up the account.
Understanding Owner and Nonowner Accounts
To create a new user account on your tablet, you must log in using the owner account. This is the account you used when you first set up the tablet. As long as that account is the only account that your tablet contains, there's no confusion; but if your tablet already contains multiple user accounts, and you find that the Add User or Profile button does not appear on the Users screen, the reason is most likely that you are using a nonowner account.

Creating a Restricted Profile

Here's how to create a restricted profile for a user:
  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap the Users button in the Device section to display the Users screen.
  3. Tap the Add User or Profile button to display the Add dialog box.
  4. Tap the Restricted Profile button to display the Application and Content Restrictions screen (see Figure 1.12).FIGURE 1.12 On the Application and Content Restrictions screen, choose which apps to make available in the restricted profile.
    Setting a Screen Lock to Protect Your Apps and Data
    For the restricted profile feature to work, you must use a screen lock to protect your apps and data. So if you haven't yet set a screen lock, Android prompts you to set a lock when you tap the Restricted Profile button in the Add dialog box. Tap the Set Lock button to display the Unlock Selection screen, tap the lock type you want (Pattern, PIN, or Password), and then follow through the steps for setting the lock. Android then displays the Application and Content Restrictions screen, and you can continue with step 5 in the main text.
  5. Tap the New Profile button at the top to display the Profile Info dialog box.
  6. To add a custom icon to the profile, tap the default icon on the left side of the dialog box, tap the Take Photo button or the Choose Photo from Gallery button on the pop-up menu, and then take the photo or select the existing photo to use. You can then crop the photo as needed.
  7. Type the name for the profile, replacing the default name, New Profile.
  8. Tap the OK button to close the Profile Info dialog box and apply the name.
  9. Touch the Settings icon to the left of the On/Off switch on the Settings button to display the list of settings. You can then tap a check box to control whether the user can use the feature. For example, select the Location check box to enable the user to use the Location feature.
  10. Specify which apps you want the user to be able to use by setting its switch to the On position. Make sure the switch for each app you don't want the user to use is set to the Off position.
  11. Tap the Back button to return to the Users screen.

Switching Among User Accounts and Profiles

After you set up an account for each full user and a restricted profile for each person who needs less freedom, you can easily switch among the accounts and profiles. Follow these steps:
  1. Pull down from the upper-right corner of the screen to display the Quick Settings panel.
  2. Touch your user account icon to lock the tablet. The lock screen appears, showing the list of users as circular buttons at the bottom. The larger circle indicates the last user. The lock screen shows that user's lock screen wallpaper and unlock method (for example, swipe or password).TIP
    You can also lock your tablet by pressing the Power button briefly. The tablet turns off, and the screen goes dark. Press the Power button again to wake the tablet. The lock screen appears, and you can choose which account or profile to use.
  3. Tap the button for the user account or restricted profile to which you want to switch. The circle for that account or profile grows larger, and the lock screen changes to show the wallpaper and unlock method set for that account or profile.
  4. Unlock the screen by using that unlock method. For example, type the password and press the Enter key.

Deleting a User Account or Restricted Profile

If you no longer need a particular user account or restricted profile, you can delete it from your tablet. Follow these steps:
  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap the Users button in the Device section to display the Users screen.
  3. Tap the Delete icon (the trash can) on the button for the account. The Remove User? dialog box or the Remove Profile? dialog box opens, warning you that the user's or profile's space and data will disappear from the tablet.
  4. Tap the Delete button to finish removing the user account or profile.

Understanding and Avoiding Problems

Sharing a tablet with others can be a great way to get more computing out of your hardware budget, but it may bring some problems with security, storage space, and performance.
Apart from actually having to share the physical device, you need to ensure security for your data and that of each user. Make sure you lock the tablet consistently so that nobody can access it without entering a PIN or passcode.
Be aware that each user can accept updated app permissions for the tablet as a whole. This means you should create full user accounts only for people you can trust to deal sensibly with app updates.
With several users storing data and files (especially media files) on the tablet, space may run low. You will need to manage the device's storage using the techniques discussed later in this chapter.
If several users have sessions open at the same time, the tablet may start running more slowly because it is low on memory. You can try closing apps, or getting other users to close their apps so yours will run better, but you will normally be better off restarting the tablet.

Feb 09, 2018 | Smart Computers & Internet

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I charge my battery of my Samsung Galaxy TAB Lite 7 SM- T116NDWAXFA White CT. I cannot use the phone for anything. If the charger is in it only shows a green 100% battery and nothing else.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Troubleshooting

Tablet Doesn't Turn On No matter what you do, you can't get your tablet to turn on.
Press and Hold the Wake/Sleep Button

If this does not resolve your problem, read on!
Check If Battery Will Charge

First, connect your tablet to the power adapter. Hopefully the tablet will recognize the charger and begin to recharge the battery. If it does not, the battery may be defective and need to be replaced.

Faulty Display

If you determined that the battery was working, it is possible that the display is broken. If no light or images are visible, but the tablet has power, then the display may need to be replaced.
Bad Logic Board

If none of the previous solutions solved your problem, check all of the connections from the display to the logic board. If the device still does not turn on, the logic board in your device most likely needs to be replaced.

Screen Doesn't Respond to Touch Nothing happens when I touch my screen.

Screen protector/tablet case interferes with the touchscreen

Try removing your screen protector or case from the device, and test the touchscreen again.
Caution: Some screen protectors may not reapply properly.

Perform a Soft Reset

A soft reset restarts your device and does not erase any of your content or data. Begin by pressing and holding the Power key until your device turns off. Wait a moment, then press and hold the Power key to turn your device back on.

Bad Touch Screen

The touch screen may be bad and need replacement. The front panel (which includes the touchscreen and digitizer) should be replaced.

Bad Logic Board

If the problem persists, the logic board may need to be replaced.

Tablet Overheats Tablet is too hot to touch!

Reset the Device

Hold down the power button until the device shuts off. Let it cool down for a few minutes, then hold the power button until the device powers on.

Bad Battery

If the device continues to heat up, the battery is most likely defective and needs replacement. Purchase a replacement battery, and replace the old with the new.

Tablet Performs Slowly
Safely Remove Your SD Card

From the home screen, tap the Menu key, then tap Settings. Once in Settings, scroll to and tap Storage. In Storage, scroll to and tap Unmount SD card, then tap OK. You can now safely remove the SD card.

Perform a Soft Reset

A soft reset restarts your device and does not erase any of your content or data. Begin by pressing and holding the Power key until your device turns off. Wait a moment, then press and hold the Power key to turn your device back on.

Close or Uninstall Applications

In the Power Usage dashboard, tap Battery Usage. Next, tap the application you want to close or uninstall.
  • To close (turn off) an application, tap Force stop.
  • To uninstall (remove from device) an application, tap App info, Uninstall, and then OK.

Verify That Your Tablet is Running the Most Recent Software
Begin by tapping the System Updates dashboard. Next, tap Device Software, then tap Check now. If an update is available, follow the prompts to install.

Tablet Doesn't Produce Sound No audio from headphones, speakers, or tablet itself.

Bad Headphones/Speakers

Check to make sure your playback method isn't the problem. Check all speaker connections and test headphones on another functioning device. If the problem is not resolved, your tablet may be the issue.


First try a full restore on the tablet to make sure it is not an issue with the software.

Bad Audio Jack

If the problem is still not resolved, try replacing the audio jack. If that doesn't solve the problem, your logic board most likely needs replacement.

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Aug 02, 2016 | Samsung Galaxy Cell Phones

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I can't open some apps i.e. Walgreens without turning off private browsing. How do I turn that off?

On an Mac or Laptop
Close the Private Browsing window, switch to a different Safari window that isn't using Private Browsing, or choose File > New Window to open a window that doesn't use Private Browsing.

On an iPhone or iPad
Tap the "Safari" icon on the home screen to load the Safari browser. Swipe down on any Web page to display the address bar and navigation buttons. Tap the Panels icon in the bottom right corner of your screen. The Panels icon resembles two small overlapping squares. Tap "Private" to disable private browsing. The device will then prompt you to select whether you want to close or keep open existing Web pages.

Jul 26, 2016 | Computers & Internet

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How can I set time?

You can set (or reset) your Time (& display format) using the "Menu".

From your Driving screen (showing map of current location), tap on the (middle of the) screen, to show the Main Menu (on the next screen),

Look for, and tap on "Change preferences".

On the next screen, look for and tap "Set Unit". On the next screen, select (tap on TIME), and you can set (reset) the (display) format and time.

Feb 11, 2016 | Tomtom One GPS

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Why are all the lights on LCD screen on?

How to troubleshoot and fix video problems
Here are some tips and tricks for troubleshooting and fixing laptop video problems. Video issues are very common within portable computers and with the following tips you should be able to detect and eliminate basic laptop video problems.
Laptop LCD screen has a faint image.

Look at the LCD screen very closely and check if you can see a faint image on the screen. It's possible that the LCD lid close switch stuck in the "closed" position and the backlight stays off even when you open the LCD screen or turn on the laptop. The switch turns off the backlight when you close the LCD display to save the laptop battery power. Check the LCD lid close switch. Usually it is a small plastic pin located close to the LCD hinges. Try to tap on the switch a few times to turn on the backlight. If after tapping on the LCD lid close switch the backlight stays on, you fixed the problem.
It is also possible that after tapping on the LCD lid close switch the backlight works fine, you see a normal video on the screen for some time and then the backlight turns itself off again. In this case I would blame the FL inverter board. Try to reseat cables on both end of the FL inverter to make a better contact between the cables and the FL inverter board. If it doesn't help I would try to replace the FL inverter board.
Laptop LCD screen is solid white color.
Most likely it is just a bad connection between the LCD display and the system board. I would try reseating the video cable connector on the back of the LCD screen first and check if it fixes the problem. After that I would try reseating the video cable connector on the system board. I would also try reseating cables if there is no video on the LCD screen at all.
Try to connect the LCD screen to an external monitor. If the external video is fine, you have a problem with the LCD screen or the LCD video cable. You can try to fix the problem by reseating the video cable on the back of the LCD and on the system board.
If you see the same garbled video output on the external monitor most likely it is not the LCD screen problem. In this case the system board (with onboard video) is bad or the video card is bad.

Jun 30, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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Why does my Apple i phone screen from frezzes?

Your phone may be freezing due to multiple applications running simultaneously. Double-tap the home button. This will display all of the running apps. Close the ones you don't need at the moment. The phone should increase responsiveness and "freeze" less often.

Jul 28, 2014 | Apple iPhone 4 Smartphone - 3G - 32 GB...

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Hi i have accidently deleted the voice navigation from my navman 550 sat nav and cant get it back ihave tried reset can you help

Is it Possible you have turned off the volume?
Here is how to check the volume setting:

From the Main Menu screen, tap Preferences.

The Preferences screen will display.

2. From the Preferences screen, tap More Preferences.

The second Preferences screen will display.

3. On the second Preferences screen, tap Hardware.

The Hardware screen will display.

4. From the Hardware screen, tap Volume.
The Volume screen will display.

5. To increase volume, move the Volume Level slider towards High; to decrease volume,

move the Volume Level slider towards Low.

• Tap Test to test the volume.

6. Tap Save.
The Main Menu screen will display.

Jun 06, 2011 | GPS

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No signal

  1. Get a clear view of the sky and then turn off the unit and then power on again.
  2. Once the unit is on and you see the street display tap on the signal icon on the screen.
  3. You will see a half globe with horizontal signal color orange and wait for at least 5 full green signal and then close that page.
  4. Once your in the sreet display you will see tsignal strength on the screen.

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Feb 12, 2010 | Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver

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Icons in the screen cannot be directly pointed. "if you click a specific icon the other near icon will respond"

Go into the Display inside control panel. In the second tab, choose Calibrate screen. Once done, it should work properly

Jun 08, 2009 | Sony Ericsson P910i Cellular Phone

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