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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.