How to use a SD memory card slot on an Android phone or tablet
Most of the Android phone and tablets have a SD memory card slot so you can add more storage space. Check your tablet specifications for details, but most will handle memory cards up to 32 GB, some newer tablet can use a 64 GB card. Which adds a ton of storage space for pictures, MP3 files, or anything else.
Copy Music files from a PC to Android phones or tablets To Copy music from PC to Android is a quick and easy process. There are a few different ways to do it, depending on what type of music files you have and what software you’re using. Method 1: Use a wireless transfer process The […]
Transfer photos to Android phones or tablets from your Camera If you are using a digital camera to take photos, you probably need to transfer some or all of the photos to your Android device. Most digital cameras cannot connect to the internet to post to a social media account, so you need to transfer […]
Setup a Remote Desktop Connection with Android
There are a few apps available on Google Play that helps you to setup a remote desktop connection with an Android tablet and a PC for the purpose of allowing the tablet to establish a Remote Desktop connection.
A remote desktop connection allows the person operating the tablet to connect to the desktop computer or laptop and operate the computer just as if they were actually using the computer. This connection also allows an easy method to move files between the two devices.
How to Sideload apps or data?
Before we discuss how to sideload apps or data to an Android tablet, first, let’s talk about what Sideloading is and why you might need to do this.
Sideloading is the process of installing an app or data bypassing the normal process. For instance, if you wanted to load an app onto your tablet that is not from Google Play, Android Market, or whatever app store your tablet uses, then this would be referred to as sideloading an app.