Looking For Ipad Tips? Try These!

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Do you notice that if you travel a lot and use your iPad on different WiFi networks, the networks are saved in your iPad? This can be annoying when you try to connect to a place you visit frequently, and you have to search for the one you need through many options. Just go to your WiFi settings, choose the network, and you can make your iPad forget it by clicking the blue arrow and choosing “Forget This Network.” Choose between Orientation Lock and Mute. Older versions of the iPad featured an “Orientation Lock” button on the side of the device. The button remained on later versions, but its function was switched to “Mute.” If you preferred the older function, you can access a setting in the General Settings menu to set it back to its original function. Some newer iPads have a mute button instead of a lock orientation one. If you prefer the lock orientation feature, you should go into your settings and tap on the general section. You will be able to choose which function you want to associate with this button. Save your changes when you are done. The iPad dock normally holds four items as a default setting. This number can be increased to six in order you give you two extra quick launch options. To activate this, tap and hold an icon. After a certain period of time, the icon will jiggle. You can then drag it to the dock. This works on apps, sites, and folders. Go into your settings, navigate to “general” and slide the side switch to “lock orientation.” Typically, this is set to mute, but that can be incredibly inconvenient. For example, if you are trying to read on your iPad, the screen may continuously rotate, causing you some frustration. Fix this ahead of time. Here is a quick tip to finding text on a page with your iPad. When you are in Safari, type your search word into the Google box. This will give you a list of suggestions. Near the bottom of these suggestions you will see “on this page” and tap on it to show the word on the page you are viewing. If your friends own iPads too, you can share your entire music and video library with them. Open your ITunes app and activate the home sharing function. You also need to enter your Apple ID in the music and video menu of your iPad. To access a shared library, open a music or video app and select more. You will then have access to a list of shared libraries. To protect your sensitive data the iPad has a feature that will erase all data if the password is entered incorrectly ten times. To access this feature go to Settings and click Passcode Lock; then click Erase Data. This privacy feature will restore your iPad to its factory default settings. Would you like your Google Calendar added onto the Calendar app of your iPad? If so, this is easy. Simply go to Settings. From here, navigate to Mail, Contacts, and then Calendars. When you are on Calendars, add a new account and then tap on Other. Select the Add CalDAV Account, and then input your Google Account information. Finally, get out of Settings and select your Calendar app. This provides you with your Google Calendar. Get a cover for your iPad and put it to use immediately. This will protect the exterior of your device from damage like scratches and could even save your device from destruction if it were to fall. A cover can be expensive, but buying a new iPad will surely cost you a good deal more. The advice in this article is a real boon to any style of iPad user, from the most basic to the most advanced. There is always something more to learn about using an iPad. For this reason be sure to reread the article from time to time and refresh your information. Learn more on asset business or computer tracking software.
 
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