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- Lenovo tablet won't turn on
- Lenovo tablet won't connect to internet
- Faulty Bluetooth pairing
- Media problems
- Camera is not working
Lenovo tablet won't turn on ¶
No matter what you do, you can't get your Lenovo tablet to turn on.
Faulty battery ¶
Before diving into the guts of your tablet, make sure to hold the power button.
Drained/bad battery ¶
If your tablet won't turn on, you may simply have a drained battery.
Bad display ¶
It is possible that it appears nothing is happening because the display is bad. If the screen does not turn on, it is possible the display is bad and must be replaced.
Lenovo tablet won't connect to internet ¶
When I open the browser, the webpage won't load.
Enable WiFi ¶
Check the settings to see if the WiFi is on. If not, click the on/off switch until it is lit up.
Poor connection ¶
Check to see if your tablet is connected to a local network. If you are trying to connect to a private network, make sure you have the proper credentials to access the network.
Testing connection ¶
Open browser and reload the webpage.
Faulty Bluetooth pairing ¶
My Bluetooth speaker won't connect to the Lenovo tablet.
Bluetooth not enabled ¶
Check the settings to see if the Bluetooth is enabled. If not, click the on/off switch until it is lit up.
Scan for Bluetooth devices ¶
After the Bluetooth is enabled, scan for nearby Bluetooth devices. The device automatically searches for available connections.
Tablet won’t pair with other devices ¶
Check to see if both devices are paired to each other. If not, disconnect tablet from any other paired devices.
Media problems ¶
I cannot hear media playing on the tablet.
Tablet volume turned off ¶
Make sure the tablet is not on mute. Raise volume using the volume rocker on the left side of the device.
Headphones are connected ¶
Make sure that the headphones are not connected.
Camera is not working ¶
I cannot take pictures with the tablet.
Camera application not opening ¶
Reinstall device drivers. In order to do this, you must go into settings and click on "Backup and reset" - Factory data reset. Before doing this make sure to save all data on a separate hard drive.
Dead Motherboard ¶
If all else fails, the system board may be dead. The Lenovo TAB 2 A10-70 System Board Replacement guide will be sure to help you out.
Cracked or damaged screen ¶
The camera on this device is built into the front panel, so damaging the screen may cause problems with the camera. For more help with replacing the screen, check out the Lenovo TAB 2 A10-70 LCD Screen Display Replacement Guide.