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I have no clue what google account was previously synced with my acer tablet...how do i get passed this question during set up?


create a new gmail account at www.gmail.com to use the google play store and use this instead of the unknown one .

May 31, 2017 | Acer Tablets & eReaders

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How do I change country settings?


Amazon has by far the best help section of any tablet manufacturer on the planet. See number 5.

  1. Turn on the device. Press and hold the power button at the top of the device for two seconds, or until the screen turns on.
  2. Select your device language, and then tap Continue.
  3. Connect to a Wi-Fi network, if possible. If you're not able to connect to a Wi-Fi network, tap Complete Setup Later. However, you will not be able to set up your child's profile or add content to their profile until you are connected to Wi-Fi.
  4. Register your Fire HD Kids Edition tablet to your Amazon account. If you don't have an Amazon account, you can create one now. Note: The Amazon account you use to set up the Kids Edition tablet is used to set daily time limits or purchase additional books, videos, and apps to add to your child's library. You should use the Amazon account that you use to purchase physical or digital products on Amazon. You do not need to create an Amazon account for your child.
  5. Select your time zone. The time zone is how you set the time and date for your Fire tablet.
  6. Select either Setup your child's account to create a profile now, or Setup later to create a profile at a later time.
  7. Add a child profile. Select an image for your child's profile, and then enter your child's name, gender, and birthday. Then tap Continue.
  8. Share content with your child. If you have purchased digital content, tap the check box next to each title you want to add to your child's profile, and then tap Continue. Tip: Tap For Kids to view recommended family-friendly titles in your library, or tap a content library (for example, Books) to view and select individual titles on your own.
  9. Set a lock screen password or PIN. To prevent your child from accessing device settings, web browsing, social media, in-app purchases, and more, you must set up a lock screen password for your profile.
  10. Launch FreeTime. After your child's profile has been created and has content added to it, you can launch your child's profile and they can start using it to make progress towards their educational goals. Alternatively, tap Set Daily Goals & Time Limits to choose different educational goals or time limits for when or for how long your child can use their Fire HD Kids Edition tablet. Tip: If more than one child will share the Kids Edition Tablet, you can create a lock screen PIN for each of their profiles so that each child only accesses content that is appropriate for them.



Set Up Your Fire HD Kids Edition Tablet

Mar 18, 2016 | Amazon Fire HD Kids Edition - 7" - 8GB

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How I down load games on my kurio tabets


Depends on where you are downloading the apps from...Kurio Store? Google Play Store?

Did the app get loaded to a user's profile?

Try looking here: Getting started Kurio Touch 4S Kurio Tablets

Jan 11, 2015 | Techno Source Kurio Kids Tablet With...

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I have a mooshie monster tablet that chargers but wont turn on makes a clicking noise thn turns off


Moshi Monsters 7-inch kids tablet review: poor-quality children's tablet We've seen and tested just about every kids' tablet out there, from the £69 LeapPad 2 to the £149 Nabi 2. The Moshi Monsters version, produced by Ingo Devices, is an Android-based tablet that seems reasonable value at £129, but it isn't a great example. Elder Furi would not be amused. Take a look at: What's the best tablet to take on holiday? First impressions aren't bad. It's small and light, with front and rear cameras, a microSD card slot and - the highlight - pictures of the Moshi Monsters on the back. It even feels relatively well made, but things go downhill as soon as you turn the tablet on. Visit: The 10 best tablets with 3G/4G connectivity. The 7-inch screen has a very low resolution that makes things look blocky. That wouldn't be so bad if the main kids' interface had large icons. It doesn't. The tiny app shortcuts are near-impossible to decode (they're not labeled) but kids will no doubt memorise their functions quickly enough. See also: iPad 5 preview. You get a video player with a handful of pre-loaded Moshi clips (also available on YouTube); a music player with no pre-loaded music; a selection of Moshi Monsters pictures (available free online); a shortcut to the standard Android camera app; an E-Book app containing a PDF of the manual; a shortcut to the kid-safe web browser and links to the Moshi Monsters store, the Moshlings and Moshi websites. However, here's the huge problem: it isn't possible to access the Moshi Monsters website from an Android tablet. Because the game is Flash-based, it isn't supported on Android or any tablet apart from those running the full version of Windows 8. Even Dr Strangeglove wouldn't stoop this low. What you get instead is a spin-off app called Moshi Monsters Village, a village building game where you can collect Moshlings. This will provide some fun but if your child already likes the website, the fact they won't be able to use it on the tablet is going to be a big problem. There are other reasons not to buy this tablet, too. Aside from the low resolution, the screen is a particularly poor example and has terrible viewing angles. This means that colours invert when you tilt the tablet slightly, and certain colours disappear entirely. Even gentle prods generates a ripple-like effect on the screen, which can't be good for longevity. Yet another screen-related problem is that it doesn't always respond to taps, so you're never quite sure if you need to tap again. The cameras produce dismal quality photos and videos, and you don't even get a rubber bumper in the box to protect the tablet from drops. For an extra £50, you can buy an accessory pack that contains a carry case, headphones and a stylus. Moshi monsters tablet: kids' interface Any kids' tablet needs a safe area where they can't mess around with settings, or access inappropriate content on the web. The Ingo Kids interface allows you to set a maximum session length and up to three sessions per day to restrict use of the tablet. The parental area also lets you choose which apps are available, so you can decide whether or not to let your child use the sound recorder, calculator and email apps. It's possible to create multiple user accounts and each can have its own restrictions. It's worth setting a password for each account to prevent kids getting around time limits and content restrictions by using a sibling's account. Since there's access to both Ingo and Google's app stores, you can choose from a huge variety of apps. Moshi monsters tablet: performance Performance isn't usually high on the agenda for a kids' tablet, but that doesn't mean it shouldn't be a consideration when buying one. Browsing the web is pretty clunky and slow. It isn't helped by the low resolution, which means you have to do a lot more scrolling than on high-res tablets. The Moshi tablet managed 2507ms in the SunSpider test which compares poorly with the Nabi 2, which completed the test in 1678ms. Geekbench measures general performance, and returned 633 on the Moshi tablet. That's not the worst we've seen, but it pales next to the Nabi 2, which managed 1,551. Gaming performance is reasonably good, at 12fps in the GLBenchmark Egypt HD test. However, battery life is a major sticking point. The Moshi tablet lasts just 3.5 hours between charges and takes almost that long to recharge. Expect to have to use it plugged in most of the time, using an extension lead as the bundled mains charger has an oddly short cable. Moshi monsters tablet Verdict If you buy a Moshi-branded tablet, you expect to be able to access the Moshi game online. Since this isn't possible, it's appalling that there's no mention of this on the box. With such a poor screen and only one Moshi app, this tablet is one to avoid. Kids will love it until they realise they can't actually use the Moshi website and enter Monstro City. There aren't many decent Moshi apps for iPad or Android, so tablets and Moshis aren't a natural fit right now. For now, it's only possible to play Moshi Monsters via a laptop or PC, but even when it eventually supports Android, this tablet is one to avoid. - See more at: http://www.techadvisor.co.uk/features/tablets/moshi-monsters-7-inch-kids-tablet-review/#sthash.lQQrBPfk.dpuf Sorry but you may need to return this item to exchange for a better device.

Dec 19, 2014 | Tablets & eReaders

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Install play store for android


there should be a playstore on it, what is the name of your device? check for Android Market Place if you cant find Playstore.

May 27, 2014 | Techno Source Kurio Kids Tablet With...

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How do i install play store on my Kurio7 ?


Kurio is the worst tablet! If I was you, I would get a refund like I did, firstly, it came wuth the wrong cable, and secondly, it would not stop freezing! There is no way to install google play, get a samsung tablet like I have, so much better...the games on kurio are mostly all free to download anyway...get a refund!

May 02, 2014 | Techno Source Kurio Kids Tablet With...

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Hard reset clickn kids tablet


Yes my child has forgot the pass code for his click n kids tablet 7" captivate multi-touch tablet and someone else set this up for us and we no longer talk so I can't get any help can you please help me

Nov 20, 2013 | Tablets & eReaders

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I want to stop my emails going to my childs meep tablet


The only way this can happen is if you mean you used your own Gmail for Google Play on the Meep. The parent account will not send email to the tablet, but we have seen this happen through Google Play. This is why we suggest you create a new Gmail for the Meep. You can change the email you use right in Google Play.

Feb 18, 2013 | Oregon Scientific MEEP Android Kids Tablet

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