Have been using an Android tablet for a little over a year and dropped it a few days ago. The power button and volume control buttons fell off and cannot be used. Fortunately it was on when I dropped it so it is on all the time. Beside the screen being a little cracked, it seems to still work. Was wondering if it is possible to turn a tablet off and on or just reboot it without using the power button. This is no biggie and and just trying to learn if it would be possible to still use this one as a back up. I can post on an Android forum but thought I would post here first. I figure after awhile, it wil lock up and I won't be able to turn it off.
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