To troubleshoot Proscan tablet problems, click Settings to check resolution or brightness levels, go to the Wi-Fi settings to find out if the local Wi-Fi signal is strong, or restart the router to fix Internet connection issues. Alternatively, have the screen replaced if it is cracked or causes video problems, update the software, or do a factory reset.
Restarting the router allows mobile devices and computers that are connected to a Wi-Fi network to receive a unique IP, thus solving interrupted or idle connections. If the Proscan tablet has sound problems, press the physical volume buttons to adjust the volume and disable standard mute settings. If the tablet has a case, ensure that the case is not covering the speakers.
A new replacement screen may be necessary if the screen shows a crack or fails to function properly, particularly if there are video problems related to missing pixels or dull colors. Try updating the tablet's software if it operates slowly. If the device is still sluggish after an update, the cause of the problem is likely a virus or driver issue that requires a factory reset.
A factory reset reverts the tablet to its original settings, possibly restoring its performance. Go to Settings to access factory reset options, and long-press the physical reset button using a thin paperclip while turning the tablet on to start the factory reset procedure.