However, it's really been acting up the past two weeks. Last week I lost my Wi-Fi. I couldn't connect for three days. Then, when I call to report it, it's working fine. I was watching Netflix in bed Sunday night when I lost my Wi-Fi again. Then yesterday, after charging it, I couldn't get the tablet to turn on. I must've hit the on button a few dozen times. Nothing. It was also cold; usually it's hot after being charged. This morning, I messed with it some more. I stuck the charger back on and tried the on button a hundred times. Nothing. I figured it wasn't even fit to be a doorstop. Too thin.
I put it down and forgot about it. A couple hours later, I tried to turn on the tablet again. As I clicked and clicked the on button, I saw a flash of light. No, it couldn't be. I hit the on button a few more times and it came on. It was connected to the Wi-Fi again and working properly. A message came on telling me to remove the charger because the battery was at 100%. OK. Hmm.
I almost threw it away. Of course, I'd have to smash it first to protect from identity loss. When Spectrum repair men were here, they told me not to expect much from the tablet. It was slow and full of shit. All I use it for now is to watch stuff in bed. This has happened before, but it never took that long to get it to turn back on. If it "dies" again, I'll wait a few days before I toss it in a drawer and forget about it. Sheesh.