Configuring Android settings and other Google-related services is a must the first time you turn on refurbished tablets or even new devices. In fact, the Android system will take you through several configuration steps when you turn on your device for the first time. The below configuration steps are applicable especially for Android tablets ft. Lollipop 5.0.
Configuring your Android Tablet
First up, insert the SIM card into the device’s SIM port, and then, hold the Power button to turn the tablet on. Now choose the Default Language of your preference when Android prompts you to do so and then tap on Continue. Next up, configure a Wi-Fi network into your refurbished Android tablet – you could skip and configure Wi-Fi later via settings.
Android will prompt you to add your cloud account. Add Google account or other cloud accounts and set passwords for each cloud account to finish that step right out-of-the-box. Tap on Continue and then Android will prompt you to add Payment Info on the subsequent screen. Configure payment info if you have a Google Wallet account, which lets you send and receive money through NFC interface, or other wallet payment accounts that may or may not require NFC.
Next, restore the applications, account passwords, and other data from your previous device to the one you are configuring via NFC or Bluetooth interface. Restore may be mentioned as Tap & Go on some Android tablets such as Nexus 9 ft. Lollipop 5.0. Then, tap on Continue.
In the next screen, you may have to agree to Google’s services – Google will prompt you to answer about communications, backup, restoring, name of your would-be newborn, etc. Once you answer all of that, you can continue configuration and enable Google Now in the Android tablet.
Android may also prompt you to configure model-specific services such as My Xperia Services on Sony’s Android devices. In the final step, Android will show a short tutorial as well on the home screen letting you know where app widgets are, and how the folders work in Lollipop 5.0. After the configuration, you can update the default apps via Google Play Store to get the refurbished tablets up and running.