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Go to applications, settings, back up and reset. If you want to save your data check the "back up my data" box, then tap the "factory data reset" and tap the "reset tablet" tab. The tablet will then be reset to the original factory settings.
Hi, you can try resetting by following the below steps. It works for most tablets.
1 turn off the tablet
2 press and hold the power button and keep tapping the volume down button at the same time.
3 it should take you to recovery screen. Go to factory reset by using volume button and select by using either the center button on the tablet or the power button if there is no center button.
This can happen when a faulty charger isn't providing enough voltage/current. Faulty chargers can provide enough power to trigger the 'Charging' indicator and maybe even to power the unit but not enough to energise the units charger circuit. Try another charger (same voltage) or charging it through the USB socket.