I am an old School user I have a MSI allinone desktop computer with windows 7. I am not familiar with pads, jellybean, android. I have read the user manual and am now more confused then before I read it. Ineed to locate an Instruction Annual, or a step by step start up checklist. I have gotten in and set the date and time but am unable to connect to wi-fi or my computer. I got a keyboard up once and tried to enter my wi-fi password, but the keyboard disasppeared before I could enter the password and I was unable to get it back.
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When you connect something to an USB port for the first time, don't hope to much. You have to be sure the computer has the correct software to recognise the hardware and can work with it. From Windows 7 and up, for all hardware that is certified with Microsoft, you can download the drivers from Microsoft. Lots of hardware is recognised when connected and will initiate a download from Microsoft. But not all hardware will do so and not all hardware is compatible (same as not certified by Microsoft from Windows 7 and up) with the new operating systems.
Most things that worked fine with Windows XP and or Vista, can fail with Windows 7 and 8, because the factory that made the hardware in the first place does not ask for certification with Microsoft for their old Hardware. They only spend time and money to get their new hardware certified on the new operating systems.
So to make sure your hardware is compatible with the OS. Check the manual and find out, what you have to do so it will work on your computer.
If your device was working on a USB2 port, it also should work on an USB3 port, on the same computer. But don't expect another speed, because the slowest part decides the speed.
I'm not familiar with your particular tablet, but I have one that occasionally acts this way. If I leave it on charge a couple of days, it usually comes back and works. I've replaced the battery, and it still does this on occasion. Most the time it is okay. I hope this helps, but if you need to replace the battery, find one on-line and perhaps we can help with instructions on how to replace it. I hope this is helpful.
Tap on the "Settings" Icon, which should be on the home screen, then scroll down to "apps" in the window that then opens, scroll across to "All Apps", then swipe down the screen until you reach the first app or program that you wish to remove. Tap it's name, and in the new window that opens, tape 'delete', a confirm delete window will open to ask you to confirm that you want to remove it. Tap "Yes" and the app is gone!
NOTE! This WILL NOT work for system apps - they cannot be deleted without other expert changes being first made to the system. Only apps and programs you have installed can be easily removed
connect the both together using a lead should be provided and then go onto pic files and drag onto your pad file you want to save in
if you have bluetooth on both devices you can connect with that but will be slower
Hi James. The website for ZeePad is www.zeepad.net but unfortunately, there is no contact information there that I've been able to find. There is indeed a link for "Contact Us" but it's not operational.
I've worked on quite a few of these tablets--never the Zeepad specifically, but you are likely to find that by the time you get the replacement power button and find someone to install it, it will be cheaper in the end to replace the tablet. I hope I'm wrong, but many of these imports are just so inexpensively built it's just not cost-effective to repair them.