Hi I bought the tablet about two weeks ago, and I wanted to attach my memory stick which will attach with the adapter. It is coming up that USB is mounted but its not appearing anywhere on the tablet for me to open my files on the memory stick. Has anyone got any ideas on how to get around this problem. I would much appreciate any help. Thanks Gill
There is an app called File Manager that comes with the tablet. If you open it up you should see some icons across the top of the screen one of which will be pointing at your USB stick. Click it and you should see your files. You can then Copy and Paste to other areas of your tablet by doing a long press on each file and seeing a menu appear.
Thought I could open my files should have checked before posting last comment it is coming up with select the type of file. I am selecting text and its saying web page not available it might be temporarily down or moved address, dont understand as its not a web page I am trying o browse i am trying to open one of my files. Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks
As M Barber says above, depending on what types of files you are trying to work with you may need a specific application to read and update them. Its just like someone sending you a .doc or .pdf document on a PC and you dont have Word or Adobe Reader to update or read them. If you do have specific file types you want to work with then others on here may be able to advise on recommended apps to use.
As suggested I have downloaded Kingsoft Office, however when I have my tablet connected to the desk top and enable usb connection I expect to be able to explore the files on the desk top via File Manager. But a tip comes up saying it can not find a suitable file manager even though there is an android file manager installed on the delivered tablet. Do I need a second one?
File Manager on works on Android. If you want to view Office files on your computer, then you'll need to buy Microsoft Office for ~£80 or download an open source Office Suite such as LibreOffice or OpenOffice
One possibility would be to the look at using Google Drive. This will allow you to keep documents in sync between the two devices. On the tablet you can set folders to be available to be available off-line (when not connected to the internet).