Please help out a new user with simple questions! Very appreciated :)

Discussion in 'Android Tablet Q&A' started by sweetnlow, Oct 18, 2010.

  1. sweetnlow

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    Hello everyone. I just received my apad e7002 (Hiapad 701) today. It is charging right now. So far, I have noticed that the red LED light went off after 3 hours of charging. Does this mean it is finished already? I wiggled the adapter but the light didn't come back on. I turned it on and it showed a full battery but after five minutes of use, the power bar dropped down 1/4 of the battery. How long do I need to charge this and when will I know its done?

    My main concern is if this battery has a memory. Do I need to drain it fully each time or can I charge at any point. Can I use it while it is plugged in and charging?

    I also have a couple very simple questions if you don't mind :)

    How many apps can I add from the android market without overloading the apad? Can you overload it at all? I have a 4gb card installed if that makes any difference.

    Is this apad supposed to come with games because I don't see any installed on mine?

    Thanks so much for your help. I have been doing lots of reading on the forum and all the information is very helpful.;)
     
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    I have the same problem with a Apad from www.utopiacn.com so far haven't found a solution
     
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    Do you know how long you tablet should run on battery?? Depending on the brand, some will only run 3 to 5 hours on battery power. Check your specifications, this will give you some idea of what to expect from your particular model.
     

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