When I turn it off - it goes back to the original atatus - only thing saved is anything Google - but on the computer, mostly.
The tablet is fully charged. On the drive to and from work 30 min. each way and at night, I turn the tablet OFF. EACH time I turn it on it asks me to reconnect to WiFi, Google, put apps on the page etc,. If I reset can I sync contacts, google books, gmail from Laptop??
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Re: When I turn it off - it goes back to the original...
It sounds to me like the internal memory petition has gone bad. When this happens it will retain no changes and boots up like it was when new every time it's turned off. Any changes are only retained if you put it to sleep and keep it charged. If the memory partition for apps has gone bad it will no longer be able to download or update apps from the Store and you will be stuck with the original apps and that is all unless you can managed to download some apps to an external SD card in the slot (if it has one).
You can tell if your memory partition has gone bad by using
Settings > Storage and observe the top bar graph. if it's green all the way across and shows 0.00 bytes of storage then the internal SD card memory partition is gone or the memory is defective.
Even so, you should still be able to synch using Google to do so. But, never turn it off again or you will be back to square one again and will have to do everything over and over and over.
I have a Nobis NBO9 that has this same problem. They fixed it once but it went bad again two weeks later. And, they balked at fixing it a second time so I got ripped off. I suspect there is a lot of defective internal SD memory cards in circulation from the reports I see as I research these failures.
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If the port on the tablet is loose/damaged or the cable/charger is failing, then the tablet may not be charging even though its plugged in.
If you can, try a different cable.
Make sure the charger is the correct one for the tablet! Some tablets require more electrical current then a computer's USB port provides. Same thing applies if you are using a 'phone' charger with the tablet, might not be enough current.
Most USB ports/chargers output about 5 volts DC (direct current), but they can vary in the amount of Amps (A) or mili-Amps (mA) they produce.
FYI - the symbol used to represent Direct Current is straight horizontal line with a dashed horizontal line directly under it.
Most computer USB ports only produce 500mA.
Most phone chargers only produce 1A.
Many tablets require 2.1A or 2.4A to properly charge.
Check with your tablet manufacturer to find out what your specific make/model requires and the look closely at the charger you are using to see what the OUTPUT is ... e.g. 5.2V 2.4A
It sounds as if you simply need to reconnect to your wifi network. If you have already connected to it, but still have no access, then disconnect from your network, remove the network from your settings (Forget The Network) and then try reconnecting to it.
This is the most common problem with tablets - there are literally hundreds of people asking the same question and i have had the same problem myself - its usually corrupt bootloader or OS and can be a nightmare to repair.
Sounds like its borked. Have you pressed the reset button on the back - pinhole - press it with a pin its a long shot.
The real fix is to go into recovery mode using the power button volume up combo. Then select the restore tablet option.
If none of that works you will have to sideload or reinstall using an sdcard a replacement OS - Try cyanogenmod - your tablet will have to be rooted and have the cm bootloader installed however - tablets are not easy things to repair when the software goes belly up. Its actually a disgrace and I have been repairing computers and latterly tablets for the last 30 years and it is by far the most common issue with any tablet except Apple - there is a reason they are so expensive - lol
turns wireless broadcasting off.
for more details for anything really. google, bing, wiki are good places, but dont believe everything you reas, i try to get a second opinion on most things
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Anyone at all have a resolution for this issue? I bought this tablet for my granddaughter and I feel so bad that it won't load the internet! Just like the original poster said Click on the internet icon and it starts to load the google start screen then just as the progress bar on the top gets to the end POOF! It stops loading and goes right back to the 'desktop'. It is driving me crazy. I did a system restore and that did nothing. I tried removing all kinds of programs and that did nothing. VERY FRUSTRATING! I can't believe there are this many people having the same issue and to date no one still has an answer!
It sounds like the system is trying to reduce power consumption to save battery life. Check your power settings in the control panel and set them to Max Performance to see if it stops doing it. If it does, you know that was the reason. If it doesn't let us know.
if you cant afford to get it repaired, then check the processor, hdd, ram slots to ensure that they are all in their fixed possitions,
the problem may be that a module of ram has come loose or your processor has, if they haven't then get yourself a digital multimeter and learn about computer electronics,, although buying a new computer maybe the quickest option.....