To change the homescreen or lock screen wallpaper, press on a blank part of the homescreen. Then press the plus icon in the top-right corner and choose Wallpapers. Then choose Live (animated / moving wallpapers) or standard wallpapers (images) and choose whether you want the wallpaper on the homescreen or the lock screen. Then crop the wallpaper and press Ok in the top-right corner.
You can also use images Gallery images taken with the tablet's camera for your wallpaper.
Type a word that is not in the dictionary. The word will show up in the suggestion box to the left. Long press on the word and it will save to the dictionary.
Most Android devices come with an alternative way of entering text called Swype. Many prefer this method and believe it is quicker.
When any text entry box appears, press and hold the box. Then select Input method: SWYPE. Once enabled, you simply drag your finger around the keyboard moving over the letters in the correct order to spell a word.
To stop the Photo app or the Music player from indexing your files, place a blank text file called .nomedia in the folder
While your notification bar can be handy to inform you of updates, downloads and other useful information, sometimes it can get cluttered.
There is now a way to turn this off for each application.
Go to Settings - Applications - Manage Applications. Then find Info and un-tick the box labelled Show Notifications.
To view your notifications, simply slide your finger down from the top of your device.
Then, from here, you can use two fingers to expand certain items. For example, this might show you the headers of your emails.
Moving your two fingers inwards contracts that item.
While in the Camera App, there are two ways to zoom in or out.
First, you can use Volume Up and Down keys.
Secondly, you can pinch your fingers on the screen to zoom in and out.
There is no need to be stuck with the standard Android keyboard.
Go to the Android Market and search for 'Keyboard' to see some great alternatives, many of which are more accurate and make typing much easier.
A good one is GoKeyboard.
If you see a warning saying the keyboard will collect all information (including credit cards) just ignore this. This is just a security feature that Android shows for every third-party keyboard that you install.
If you want to setup new email accounts, like Yahoo or Hotmail, go to All Apps and press the Email icon. A setup wizard will then be launched.
Enter you email address and password into the fields. You can also change the settings after this step.
Once you're happy with the settings, give your account a Name and you're done.
If you are viewing a website and you see a URL, you can long press on it and then choose to open the site in a new tab