|graham mcrobert 2||28/05/2012 22:50:15|
|18 forum posts|
I received an ipad as a gift andd I dont know how to set it up could someone help me please.
|Bob Abell||29/05/2012 08:27:42|
8342 forum posts
I can't really give you the procedure of setting up your I-pad, as it is quite complicated
I got my mine about two years ago and do recall, it was quite a struggle, mainly because BT Internet system was faulty at the time.......but I wasn't aware of it!
Just read the instructions very carefully and if you have a problem, you have got only a certain time span to get free advice from Apple help line
I would recommend that you keep a file and make notes of your progress and be careful with the passwords and make a note of the Wi-fi codes etc and other annoying little numbers
You'll get there in the end!
All the best.......Bob
|Colin Bishop||29/05/2012 08:59:26|
4299 forum posts
You would be better Googling the question, I'm sure there is lots of advice out there on the Internet that you won't find on a Model Boating website.
|Len Ochiltree||30/05/2012 17:23:46|
525 forum posts
Pop in to a primary School and get one of the kids to do it for you.
Len.( thats if you have been CRB checked!. )
|Paul T||30/05/2012 18:15:55|
6807 forum posts
Whats an ipad, can you use it to fly a boat?
Edited By The Fat Controller on 30/05/2012 18:16:52
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