I have aitronix tablet pc i am trying to set up for a disabled person to use as a text to speech unit. this pc was donated and i have reset it to the factory settings
the problem is with the screen and stylus it seems way too sensitive the cursor starts moving about an inch before it touches the screen and will not work at all with a clean finger like the website says
does the screen or stylusneed to be replaced?
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Step 1 Swipe the Status bar at the top of the screen towards the bottom of the screen to display the Quick Settings menu, and then tap "More." To open the Quick Settings menu in Explore by Touch mode, use two fingers to swipe down the Status bar. Step 2 Tap "Accessibility" to view all settings related to accessibility. Locate the Text-to-Speech and Voice Guide options in the menu. Step 3 Turn off the "Text-to-Speech" and "Voice Guide" options to disable the voice capabilities of your Kindle Fire HD.
Here are some fixes:
1. System Settings ' Language and input ' Speech ' Text-to-speech output and turned off "Driving Mode".
2. settings > accessibility > installation of webscripts (turn it off)
3. Setting >Accessibility >Enhance web Accessibility put if on "do not allow"
Ensure that Wi-Fi is on. When you see a green check mark next to the Wi-Fi option, Wi-Fi is on.
Choose a wireless network from the list. Available Wi-Fi networks appear at the bottom of the screen. When no wireless networks are listed, you're sort of out of luck regarding wireless access from your current location. Optionally, type the network password. Touch the Password text box to see the onscreen keyboard. Touch the Show Password check box so that you can see what you're typing; some of those network passwords can be long. Touch the Connect button. You should be immediately connected to the network. If not, try the password again.
Sounds like you need to reset AppsLib.
This fix will wipe all your data, so be sure to back everything up.
Go to Settings.
In settings go to Go to "Privacy".
Select Factory Reset.
Select Reset Device.
Connect the unit to the computer using the USB cable and "Select" Erase
The following will occur:
• The screen will display COBY
• The screen will display Android
• The unit will reboot to the Menu screen
Step 6- The unit will prompt to calibrate. Hold stylus on the center of the target.
Repeat as the target moves around on the screen. ****DO NOT *** press Return or Home".
The unit will display "calibrate success" and will return to the main /home menu automatically. If for any reason the unit went into standby mode and the touch screen does not respond, reset the unit using a pin.
After the Factory Data Reset, do not launch the Applibs yet until:
1- You have configured your Wi-Fi
2- Check/enable "Unknown Sources"- Go to Settings, Application Setting. Done.
The Lifebook will never work with a finger or plain stylus touch. It must have an appropriate Wacom Stylus. Various Wacom products will function but the original will fit the screen dock. An available source of an alternative , functional, and reasonable fit in the slot ( a secure fit and allows the lid to close normally ), may be found on eBay - See Item # 140504970431. These units do not require a power source but are interactive. This supplier has a very prompt and reliable service. Good luck. Paul W.
Have you tried a new battery in the stylus? They require AAAA size batteries. The first time my pen went out I thought it was the computer not responding, but it turned out to be a dead stylus battery.