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    Data usage: T-Mobile Hotspot

    Learn how to view data usage on the T-Mobile Hotspot. Access the Hotspot WebUI Manager. View the data usage bar on the Home Page for each month. Click Reset button to clear used data. When more than 90% of data is used, the following message will be displayed: “The usage traffic is more than 90%. Please confirm whether you want to turn off the mobile network.”

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    T-Mobile & KXLY Official Contest Rules

    1. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Open to legal residents of Idaho and Washington, 18 years of age or older who reside in the Station’s listening area at the time of entry. and those living in their same households are not eligible to participate. Promotion is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws. Sponsor’s clock is the official clock for the Promotion. 3. TO ENTER: To enter the Promotion, entrant will visit https://www.tmoevents.com/participants/public/register/

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    Battery life: moto g PLAY

    Learn how to save battery life on the moto g PLAY. Battery saving mode From the Home screen, swipe up, then tap Settings. Tap Battery > Battery saver > Turn on now. Tap Set a schedule to automatically turn on Battery Saver based on your routing or battery percentage. Adaptive Battery Adaptive Battery learns how you use your apps over time and limits battery for infrequently used apps. From the Home screen, swipe up twice, then tap Settings. Tap Battery > Adapti

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    Battery life: OnePlus Nord N100

    Learn how to save battery life on the OnePlus Nord N100. Battery saving mode From the Home screen, swipe up, then tap Settings. Tap Battery > Battery saver > TURN ON NOW. Tap Set a schedule to automatically turn on Battery Saver based on your routing or battery percentage. Battery saving mode settings From the Home screen, swipe up, then tap Settings. Update to the latest software Press and then quickly release the Power key to set the screen to sleep mode.

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    Battery life: OnePlus Nord N10 5G

    Learn how to save battery life on the OnePlus Nord N10 5G. Battery saving mode From the Home screen, swipe up, then tap Settings. Tap Battery > Battery saver > TURN ON NOW. Tap Set a schedule to automatically turn on Battery Saver based on your routing or battery percentage. Battery saving mode settings From the Home screen, swipe up, then tap Settings. Update to the latest software Press and then quickly release the Power key to set the screen to sleep mode.

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    Battery life: Alcatel Joy Tab 2

    Learn how to save battery life on the Alcatel Joy Tab 2. From any home screen, swipe up, then tap Settings > Battery > Battery saver. Tap the Battery saver switch to enable or disable. Battery saving mode settings If necessary, tap the Battery saver switch to enable. Tap set a schedule. Based on percentage. Use the slider to choose your percentage. Tap Turn off when fully charged. Update to the latest software. Press and then quickly release the Power k

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    Pay As You Go Gold Rewards (Retired)

    Then the Gold Rewards program might be just the thing. As soon as you spend more than $100 on refills, you automatically become a Gold Rewards customer and will get 15% more minutes for free. Our Gold Rewards program is retired and only available if you signed up for our Pay As You Go plan before August 17, 2014. Here's an example: If you have a balance of $90, you would not be eligible for the Gold Rewards program. But if you redeem a $25 refill card and bring your balance to

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    Battery life: Moxee x800 Tablet

    Learn how to save battery life on the Moxee x800 Tablet. From any home screen, swipe up, then tap Settings > Battery > Battery saver. Tap the Battery saver switch to enable or disable. Tips to save battery life Lower screen brightness and timeout duration. Turn on Airplane Mode if traveling to an area without mobile signal or Wi-Fi. Turn off background data. Turn off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and Smartphone Mobile Hotspot. Uninstall unused apps. Update to the

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    Voicemail troubleshooting

    If voicemail isn't working as expected, use this document to get to the bottom of things. To make sure you can receive voicemail, check the following: Voicemail is set up. Your phone shows at least two signal bars. If you have fewer, your signal is too low for reliable service. For visual voicemail on iPhone, see Set up Visual Voicemail on your iPhone - Apple Support. For visual voicemail on any device, your device needs at least 15% free memory. If there's less, f

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    Battery life: Google Pixel 4a 5G

    Learn how to save battery life on the Google Pixel 4a 5G. Battery saving mode From the Home screen, swipe up to view your apps, then tap Settings. Tap Battery > Battery saver > Turn on now. Tap Set a schedule to automatically turn on Battery Saver based on your routing or battery percentage. Adaptive Battery Adaptive Battery learns how you use your apps over time and limits battery for infrequently used apps. From the Home screen, swipe up twice, then tap Settings.

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    Audio on calls troubleshooting

    If it's hard to understand calls on your phone or a headset, there might be trouble with your phone, headset, or local network. For help with any step on your device, visit the Devices page, select your device, and find the steps there. If you only have problems when Wi-Fi Calling is active, follow Wi-Fi Calling problems instead. Before following the steps below, ensure the following: If the problem is only with a specific number (not all calls), then call it from another line.

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    Device lock and security troubleshooting

    Security locks keep unwanted users out of your phone, but may accidentally keep you out, too. If you are receiving SIM card or PUK errors, see SIM Cards. If you are trying to unlock your device to use with other carriers see T-Mobile device unlock. This page will help you with issues with PIN, passcode, fingerprint, and facial recognition locks. If you can't, turn off all connected Bluetooth devices. Make sure your password or PIN locks is entered correctly. For exampl

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    Check the condition of a device

    This page will help you inspect your device for different kinds of damage to avoid any surprises. T-Mobile can't process returns or warranty exchanges for devices that don't pass the condition check. JUMP! ®, JUMP on Demand®, and Trade-In devices with damage will be assessed at a lower value or require a fee. See your program terms & conditions for details. Trade-ins with screen damage may receive partial value but they don’t qualify for promotions. If you have JUMP! or De

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    4G LTE Signal Booster setup & help

    Signal boosters are discontinued and no longer available for purchase. If you want help with signal booster setup or connection issues, we have you covered. On this page: The device includes a window unit, which receives T-Mobile signal (minimum of 1 bar 3G, 4G, or 4G LTE), and a separate coverage unit, which rebroadcasts the signal in your home. Receives T-Mobile 3G, 4G, or 4G LTE signal from outside, and sends it to the coverage unit. Place this in a well-ventilated area

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    Get help with your Apple device

    Before following the steps below, ensure the following: You can learn how to do basic things by choosing your device on our Devices page. To switch to a new device, check out Set up a new mobile device. Get help activating your eSIM on our ODA Troubleshooting page. If you don't see steps there, check out your user manual on Apple's website. Get help if your device isn't working right Visit the Official Apple Support page and search for your issue using simple terms, li

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    Computer doesn't connect to device or file transfer with USB

    What if your phone won't connect to you computer? Follow the steps below for things you can try. Before following the steps below, ensure the following: Make sure you're using the cable that came with your device. Some cables can charge your phone, but not connect to a computer. Unlock the device screen. Some device locks may require you to unlock the phone for security. Restart the device and your computer. Update the device software to the latest version.

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    Internet and data issues

    If you're having trouble with your data but can still call & text, we'll do our best to get you reconnected. For your device to connect to the Internet, make sure: Your device has been restarted. See why it's important to Restart your device regularly. It has at least two signal bars. If not, see Signal issues / no service troubleshooting. Airplane mode is turned off. Data roaming is turned on if you're roaming across cellular networks. Tip: If you need help fo

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    Messaging and Email troubleshooting

    Having problems with messaging or email can leave you out of touch, let's get it working again. You have restarted your device recently. See why it's important to Restart your device regularly. If you're only having trouble when on Wi-Fi, see Wi-Fi troubleshooting. Message blocking or Family allowances isn't preventing messaging on your end or your recipient's. Your device shows at least two signal bars. Check out Signal issues / no service troubleshooting. For pic

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    Wi-Fi calling and browsing troubleshooting

    If you're having trouble using your Wi-Fi we can help. Make sure other devices can connect to and use the Wi-Fi network. If you're unsure, set up a new network password. Some public networks have a login page that you need to pass before using the Wi-Fi. Check for alerts and open your browser to see if it redirects you. Change the computer's network security type to one the device supports or turn it off. Check that the router has the most recent software and is connec

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