Lenovo A5500 Tablet User Guide PDF

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To turn on your tablet, press and hold this button for about 3 seconds, then release it... If your tablet is turned on, press this button to deactivate the display... If the display is deactivated, press this button to activate the display... To turn off your tablet, press and hold this button for about 1 second, then select OK in the Power off pop-up window to shut down your tablet...

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You can set screen timeout by tapping Settings > DEVICE > Display > Sleep... If there is no operation within the preset standby time, the display will automatically deactivate, and your tablet will be locked automatically...

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You can set the screen lock pattern by tapping Settings > PERSONAL > Security > Screen lock > Pattern... After this function has been enabled, you will be required to trace a personalized unlock pattern to unlock the screen before you can use your tablet...

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Recent Apps : Display recently used apps... Advanced Menu : Display shortcuts such as Add, Theme, Wallpaper, Preview, Preferences and Settings...

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screen until it is added to the Home screen... To change your wallpaper, tap > Wallpaper to choose a wallpaper from Local wallpaper...

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Drop down the status bar to display the notification panel, which contains the Airplane mode switch, WLAN setting shortcut, Location, Data Connection and Usage, Auto-rotate screen switch, Brightness adjustment, Cast screen and Settings shortcut etc...

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Tap to display a list of your recently used apps... Tap an app from the list to open it...

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You can easily enter text from the virtual keyboard directly on the touch screen, such as when adding contact information in the Contacts application, or typing and editing SMS messages... You can input English letters and numeric symbols directly on the touch screen...

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Network support is required to access the Internet with the web browser... If you have problems accessing your network, please consult your network operator or service provider directly...

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add a bookmark, tap to add the current web page to BOOKMARKS... To edit a bookmark, tap and hold the bookmark to open a pop-up window... From the window, you can open, edit, copy, share or delete the selected website, create a shortcut for it, set it as your homepage, or perform other operations...

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You can switch between Day, Week, Month, and Agenda by tapping the appropriate tab at the top of the page... Day view: Tap an event in Day view to view, edit, delete or share the event... Week view: Tap an event in Week view to view, edit, delete or share the event... Month view: Manage events in the last view from Month view by tapping any date in the Month view... Agenda view: Tap to view events across a range of dates...

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Tap Camera in the applications list to open the camera interface... In this interface, you can perform the following operations:

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Any photos you have taken will be saved in the Gallery application... Tap Gallery in the home screen to open a list of all the photos you have taken... You can view photos by Albums, Locations, or Times...

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Network support is required to use your tablet's mailbox... If you have problems accessing your network, please consult your network operator or service provider directly...

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This setting module includes: *SIM management, WLAN, Bluetooth, Data usage and More... ( Ethernet, Airplane mode, Default SMS app, VPN, Tethering & portable hotspot, *Mobile networks, and USB Internet)...

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Network notification: When activated, the system will notify you if there are any open net works available... Keep WLAN on during sleep: You can set WLAN connection policy during sleep mode to Always, Only when plugged in or Never(increases data usage)... WLAN optimization: When activated, the system will minimize battery usage when WLAN is on...

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*How to enable the 3G function: This section explains how to view or edit the Access Point Names (APN) for cellular data services on your tablet... The APN defines the network path for all cellular data connectivity... Incorrect entries in the fields may disable cellular data connectivity... To verify correct APN information, contact the cellular carrier of the Micro SIM card you are using...

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Step 5: Contact your 3G carrier for your APN settings, and type them in the text boxes under Edit access point...

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Brightness: You can manually adjust the brightness or select Automatic brightness, which allows your tablet to adjust screen brightness automatically according to ambient light... You can also choose Economical backlight, which allows your tablet automatically adapt backlight to save power...

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Tap Settings > DEVICE > Storage to view internal storage, total space, and external USB device storage... Nominal capacity calculation method1GB=1,000MB=1,000,000KB=1,000,000,000 bytes Operating system calculation method1GB=1,024MB=1,048,576KB=1,073,741,824 bytes The system itself occupies some space; therefore, available space will be less than that calculated...

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Screen lock: You can unlock the display in one of four ways: Slide, Face Unlock, Voice Unlock, Pattern, PIN and Password... You can deactivate the screen lock as well by selecting None as well...

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PASSWORDS: Under this option, you can decide whether or not your chosen password will be visible when you input it... If the check box is selected, then the password will be visible... If it is not selected, then your password will only be displayed as when you input it, thereby keeping your password more secure...

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You can enable automatic time and time zone updates via a network (which requires network support), select a time zone, set a specific date and time, and display format for date and time...

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Under this option, you can view System update, Status, Legal information, Model number, Android version, Baseband version, Kernel version, and Build number...

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Press the Reset button behind the micro SD card slot cover, but please be noted that this method should be used carefully...

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