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  1. Charlax21

    Charlax21 Member

    When you have multiple tabs open in Chrome browser you can scroll through them by placing your finger tip on the center line splitting the display and the black border. Then just move right or left. Keep your finger on the screen until you find the tab you want.

    Apologize if this has been posted before.

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  2. Imposter

    Imposter Well-Known Member

    I know this isn't really an app section but may be considered a tip.

    I'm looking for something on the tablet (or app to get) that functions like the Task Manager on ICS/Gingerbread.
    I cannot seem to locate on the Nexus 7 something universal to stop running background crap.
  3. Charlax21

    Charlax21 Member

    Search for Astro File Manager. Has a task killer and your able to manage all files
  4. nebler

    nebler Well-Known Member

    If you swipe away the previously seen apps , found by pressing the lit icon right of the home icon, isn't that the same as stopping them like a task manager?
  5. maaneeack

    maaneeack Well-Known Member

    No, that's recent apps. Swiping them off just clears them away. Like clearing recently used on windows.
  6. nebler

    nebler Well-Known Member

    Oh ok
  7. Claghorn

    Claghorn Well-Known Member

    It isn't exactly convenient, but you can swipe notifications down from the top, click on the settings icon then click on Apps and then look at running apps tab, and there is an option to force close.
  8. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    Today's tip. Plugging in a keyboard

  9. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    Fed up of system apps that you can't uninstall? Well you can disable them:

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  10. nebler

    nebler Well-Known Member

    I know its subjective, but any tips on which system apps to disable?
  11. blink182

    blink182 Well-Known Member

    Under music you can change your equalizer settings

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 2
  12. Turbojoe

    Turbojoe Well-Known Member

    Elaborate please. I didn't see anything equalizer related on mine. Are you using an app?

  13. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    Today's tip is about the fact that the Nexus 7 has multiple volume levels:

  14. blink182

    blink182 Well-Known Member

    Under Google play music app the one with the head phone symbol if you play a file from under there and then hit the little 3 dot, menu in the top right it should say equalizer

    Sent from my Nexus 7
  15. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    You don't need a plug to charge your Nexus 7 :)

  16. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    And you can use your nexus 7 as a hard drive when plugged into a computer even if plugging in memory sticks is a little tricky.

    Another 'Did you know' today. You can plug the Nexus 7 into your PC and use it as a hard drive:

  17. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    Here are 10 tips rolled into a single video

    Timestamps are:

    @0:05 Ultimate Rotation Control Tip
    @1:10 Place, Remove, Uninstall Apps
    @2:21 Push App Installs
    @3:12 Connect a Bluetooth Mouse
    @4:58 Application Refunds
    @6:00 Connect a USB keyboard
    @7:05 Disable System apps
    @8:33 Multiple Volume Levels
    @9:25 Charging Via USB
    @10:00 Transfer Files via Your Computer

    Hope you find them useful.
  18. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    If notifications from certain apps are annoying you, you can disable them:

  19. bluejay714

    bluejay714 Member

    this should be published in manual :D
  20. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    Here's how to change your home launcher on the N7:

  21. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    Some more simple Jellybean Easter eggs in this video:

  22. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    A couple of very simple tips about using the built in gallery today:

  23. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    Just in case any of you didn't know this; you can create folders within your homescreens with a simply long press:

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  24. Turbojoe

    Turbojoe Well-Known Member

    I know I'd seen something about making folders before but forgot how. Thanks to your video I just created a few folders and really cleaned up my screens!

  25. vgjfelix

    vgjfelix Well-Known Member

    It's a real Marmite tip. Some people slate for showing such a simple tip, but if you don't know about it, it's a godsend!

    Anyway, today's tip. Here's a quick tip on how to show visible inputs on your android touchscreen:


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