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Android Tablets Made Simple (2011)

Call Number 004.165/KARCH,M

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Published: [New York] : Apress, c2011
Description:  xvii, 345 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781430236719, 143023671X, 9781430236719,
Language:  English

"For Motorola XOOM, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Asus, Toshiba, and other tablets"--Cover

Includes index

Provides a basic introduction to Android tablet computers, covering such topics as syncing to a Google account, data plans, personalization, email, browsing the Web, applications, social media, video and voice chat, ebooks, and viewing movies,

A day in the life of an Android tablet -- 1. What is Android : choosing the right tablet -- 2. Getting started -- 3. Typing, copy, and search -- 4. Syncing with your Google account -- 5. Syncing with other accounts -- 6. Understanding connection : wi-fi, 3G, and 4G -- 7. Personalizing your home screen -- 8. Email on tablets -- 9. Managing contacts -- 10. Working with calendars -- 11. Using maps -- 12. Browsing the Web -- 13. The Android market -- 14. Alternative app markets -- 15. Social media -- 16. Video and voice chat -- 17. Reading e-books, newspapers, and magazines -- 18. Taking notes and working with documents -- 19. Viewing videos and movies on your tablet -- 20. Creating photos, videos, and art -- 21. Listening to music -- 22. Fun and games -- 23. The clock, calculator, and other utilities--24. Using bluetooth for keyboards and more -- Appendix A : Advanced troubleshooting.-- Appendix B : App guide for developers

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