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Make sure it's switched off when you charge it.Try to charge it for at least 12 hours. If still no success, try with a different charger, or through the USB cord. If still no success, probably a bad battery.
1. how old is your tablet 2. have you tried another charger such as a phone charger. My blackberry charger works fine for my tablet. Also with your tablet you should have had a usb cable that connected from mini usb to the asus plug in transformer.
the video you are watching or trying to watch was obviously copied over too it, it may be an MKV file..(blue ray file) i hate to tell you this but...the Chromo AAAAAAAA White 4gb 7" Android 4.0 Touch Capacitive Screen only has 512k of ram...(thats brain power to perform tasks) in other words....the movie file your playing has far too much data in HD and DOLBY data to play it smootly and your device is stalling using up all the ram tryng to play the movie.....to play a HD Movie without stuff ups you need at least 2gig ram not 512k thats like half a gig ram you have there and just wont do it. you already posted the specs in the title of this problem see >>> Chromo AAAAAAAA White 4gb 7" Android 4.0 Touch Capacitive Screen 1.2ghz 512 RAM Mid Tablet Pc Wifi 3g Camera Tr-a13 - Bonus USB 2.0 to Micro USB Adapter.....take note it says ....512k RAM !!!! you need more ram at least 2gig ram to play HD movies....you could try and see if you can get extra ram for these...im sure you can.
Not all computer USB ports put out enough current to charge batteries. Try another port on the computer, if there is one. If you're going through a USB hub, remove it and connect the Kindle directly to the computer. If you have access to an AC-USB charger (one that plugs into a wall outlet instead of a computer), try using that.
A couple things to check. Sometimes the router will not allow you to use an Outside IP address to view your cameras if you are Inside the same network as the DVR. I know AT&T for sure does not allow you to go from inside your network, to an outside IP address that directs you back to your inside network. Sorry is this sounds confusing. To test this, turn WiFi off on your Android and try to access the cameras. If you cannot connect inside or outside your network, then you should try to verify you can connect with a computer. Use a PC or laptop to see if your cameras are visible. If you can access the cameras on PC, make sure there is not another port that needs to be opened for the mobile devices. Geovision DVRs for instance require some changes in the DVR itself to allow mobile devices to connect. Email me back with your DVR model and what carrier you have, the phone model and the internet provider. But you must first try getting to view your cameras on a PC to see if the setup was the issue. Good luck.
What make and model camera? What make and model tablet? Most cameras and many tablets only function as USB devices and not as USB controllers. You'll have to first copy the photos from the camera's memory card to a computer and then from the computer to the tablet.