Audiovox T752 Troubleshooting
Released October 2013. Identified by model number T752.
- General Issues
- Operating System Not Responding
- Problems With Screen
- Device Not Recognized By PC
- Audio Not Playing
- Device Doesn't Connect to Wi-Fi
Many issues will be resolved through a simple restart of the device. Try this before reading on.
Touch screen not responsive, slow performance, or occasional freezing.
If you are running multiple programs/apps simultaneously, it may cause the device to slow down or freeze up. Quitting programs or simply restarting the device may solve this problem.
It is possible that the problem may be a result of a critical error in just a single program. Try using different apps and see if the problem persists.
Mishandling of the device may cause internal damage resulting in poor performance.
Screen is not displaying properly.
This may have been caused by dropping the device. There is a possibility that some internal connections are loose or that some pixels on the screen itself were damaged.
The most likely cause for a black spot on the screen is dead pixels. Dead pixels are usually caused by physical damage to the screen and are not repairable.
Even when your device is plugged in, you can't find it anywhere on your computer.
Make sure that the USB cable is not damaged and is plugged in correctly.
If it's your first time using the device, the proper drivers will need to be installed to your computer. Wait a moment for them to install. If you've used the device before, the drivers may need to be updated. Try visiting the device's website to find updated drivers.
You can't hear anything coming from the device.
Make sure that your volume is actually enabled. Press the "+" sign on the right side of the tablet to turn up the volume.
If you are a headphone user, ensure that the cable is plugged in all the way. There may be some debris in the audio-jack that will need to be cleared out.
Damage to the audio-jack or speaker system will cause them to malfunction. A replacement will be necessary to fix this problem.
Can't get your device to connect to the internet.
Make sure that the Wi-Fi switch (found in settings) is set to ON.
First, ensure that the router is powered on. You should also check that you are connected to the correct network. If you are in range of more than one connection, the device will connect to the one most recently used. If you can connect to the router but not the internet, try restarting the router/modem.
Issues with battery life or charging.
Check to see that you do not have too many programs running simultaneously. If your battery drains quickly with nothing running, you may want to consider replacing it.
Try using a different cable if available or plugging it into a different port/outlet. The battery may also be overheated; try letting it sit for awhile before attempting to charge it again.