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When in sleep mode the screen comes back on to a screen saver. I have the screen saver turned off. How can I fix this?

When in sleep mode the screen comes back on to a screen saver. I havve the screen saver turned off.

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This may sound silly but did you press ok when you turned off screen saver.

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  • Anonymous Apr 19, 2015

    I don't see an OK button. There is something called daydream that has a slidebar. Screensaver on or off. Doesn't matter what position it is in it does the same thing. The screen goes blank for a second then goes to the screen saver draining my battery. I just got this tablet so I'm still new to it.

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    try this link its the only one i can find,hope it helps you out.

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