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How to Send E-Mail on the Nexus 7 Tablet

The Gmail and Email apps aren’t simply ways to receive electronic mail on your Nexus 7 tablet — they can also be used to spawn new mail. [more…]

How to Configure E-Mail on the Nexus 7 Tablet

You can have oodles of fun and waste oceans of time confirming and customizing the e-mail experience on your Nexus 7 tablet. The most interesting things you can do are to modify or create an e-mail signature [more…]

Basics of the Internet on the Nexus 7 Tablet

Browsing the internet on the Nexus 7 tablet isn’t quite the same as using the internet on a computer. Here are some tips to make the most of your mobile internet experience: [more…]

How to Download on the Nexus 7 Tablet

There’s nothing to downloading to your Nexus 7 tablet other than understanding that most people use the term without knowing exactly what it means. Officially, a [more…]

Basics of Chrome Controls and Settings on the Nexus 7 Tablet

You could spend all day wandering dreary screens that feature the Chrome app’s settings and options for the Nexus 7 tablet. That day can be a special one for you, when you have absolutely nothing else [more…]

How to Use Google+ on the Nexus 7 Tablet

What irks Google is that no one really takes its own social networking site, Google+, seriously. Because you have the Nexus 7 tablet, which is a Google tablet, you’re given the Google+ app preinstalled [more…]

How to Use Facebook on the Nexus 7 Tablet

Of all the social networking sites, Facebook is the king. Though you can use your Nexus 7 tablet to access Facebook on the web by using the Chrome app, it’s much easier to use the Facebook app. You can [more…]

How to Use Twitter on the Nexus 7 Tablet

Twitter is a social networking site that you can use on your Nexus 7 tablet. On Twitter, you write short spurts of text that express your thoughts or observations, or you share links. Or you can use Twitter [more…]

How to Use Hangouts on the Nexus 7 Tablet

One of the ways that you can fool your Nexus 7 tablet into acting more like a phone is to use the app called Hangouts. It does text chat and video chat. The only downside to the app is that you can communicate [more…]

How to Use Internet Bookmarks and Tabs on the Nexus 7 Tablet

The Nexus 7 tablet includes features that allow you to save web pages and view multiple web pages at the same time, just like desktop computer browsers. [more…]

How to Print from Your Nexus 7 Tablet via Bluetooth

After your Nexus 7 tablet is connected, or paired, with a Bluetooth printer, you can use the device to print from a variety of apps. The secret is to find and use the Share button or command, choose Bluetooth [more…]

Basics of the Maps App on the Nexus 7 Tablet

You find your location, as well as the location of things near and far, on the Nexus 7 tablet by using the Maps app. Good news: You run no risk of improperly folding the Maps app. Better news: The Maps [more…]

How to Find Things with the Nexus 7 Tablet Maps App

The Maps app on the Nexus 7 tablet can help you find places in the real world, just like the Google app helps you find places on the Internet. Both operations work basically the same: [more…]

How to Use the Nexus 7 Tablet Navigator

Finding something is only half the job. The other half is getting there. The Nexus 7 tablet is ever ready, thanks to the various direction and navigation features nestled in the Maps app. [more…]

How to Use Google Earth on the Nexus 7 Tablet

It’s not really the same as the Nexus 7 tablet’s Maps app, yet the Google Earth app is very similar. The main difference: It covers the entire planet. And while you can get around and explore your locale [more…]

How to Use the Nexus 7 Tablet’s Camera App

Image-recording duties are carried out on the Nexus 7 by using the Camera app. It’s quite a versatile tool, handling all the chores for image capture, from still images to video to fancy feats of panoramic [more…]

How to Use Panorama and Photo Sphere Modes on the Nexus 7 Tablet

The Camera app on the Nexus 7 tablet features two fancy, still-shot modes: Panorama and Photo Sphere. Both let you capture the world around you in a unique way. [more…]

How to Set the Camera Resolution on the Nexus 7 Tablet

You don’t always have to set the highest resolution the Nexus 7 tablet can capture for your images, especially when you’re shooting for the web or uploading pictures to Facebook, where you really won’t [more…]

How to Find Pictures on Your Nexus 7 Tablet

In the digital realm, pictures and videos you shoot are stored electronically. On the Nexus 7 tablet, they’re compressed and squeezed into a series of ones and zeroes that mean nothing unless you have [more…]

How to Edit Pictures on Your Nexus 7 Tablet

The Gallery app on your Nexus 7 tablet is more than just a photo album. It also sports features that let you perform some minor image surgery. [more…]

How to Listen to Music on Your Nexus 7 Tablet

Your source of musical delight on the Nexus 7 is the app aptly named Play Music. You can find the app on the All Apps screen. [more…]

How to Add Music to Your Nexus 7 Tablet

The Nexus 7 tablet comes with a paltry selection of tunes, mostly available through the Google Play Store on the Internet. You probably won’t find any of your favorites included. What to do? Why, add more [more…]

How to Organize Music on Your Nexus 7 Tablet

The Play Music app on your Nexus 7 tablet categorizes your music by album, artist, and so forth, but unless you have only one album and enjoy all the songs on it, that configuration probably won’t do. [more…]

How to Use Your Nexus 7 Tablet as a Clock

Your Nexus 7 tablet keeps constant, accurate track of the time, which is displayed at the top of the Home screen as well as on the lock screen. That’s handy, but it just isn’t enough, so the tablet ships [more…]

How to View Your Calendar on Your Nexus 7 Tablet

Throw away your datebook; you don’t need it. That’s because your Nexus 7tablet is the ideal datebook and appointment calendar. Thanks to the Calendar app and the Google Calendar service on the Internet [more…]


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