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Voice search Google Maps

6 Oct

How does your smart phone really make things easier……. Voice search is super handy, and on an Android you have voice command for more than composing a text message or calling MOM.  The shortcuts are key.  Below you will find how to access Google Maps for the quick data you desire.  the additional features built into……..read more

Hotmail, MSN and Live Manual Email Settings

6 Oct

Attempting to set up your personal Hotmail, MSN or Live email account onto your new smart phone?   Each device will ask for a variation of  email provider settings.  Microsoft Outlook.com email now provides an application available from each operating systems phone (Apple app Store / Google Play Store). Some devices will require the downloaded outlook.com email application.  Android users take note each manufacturer does have a “native” email application which is accessible from the phone’s settings. One could go into a retail location, or worse contact support and possibly wait on hold…… no worries I have all the information you need….read more

Conserve your smart phone’s application storage

6 Oct

How many apps are on your Android?  Want more, but have no memory?  With a SD card in your phone you may download APP2SD, this application will allow you to transfer the download(s) to the SD card’s memory. Newer software versions / phone models may not have a removable memory option and / or may not allow for applications to be stored on  an alternate storage option.

Simply download the app fro the Google Play Store,  search for App2SD and install.   Once the install has completed locate   , the menu will immediately show you which apps are movable to the SD card.  Notice at the top tool bar MOVABLE, ON SD CARD, AND PHONE ONLY.  The image shown here has MOVABLE selected, here you may select which apps to move.   If you ever need to place the app. beck onto your phone’s memory you may select ON SD CARD, select the desired app. then choose MOVE TO DEVICE.

  

To clean up applications can be the best solution if your Android is acting a bit sluggish or simply crashing.  The process is very quick and easy.  First go into the device SETTINGS–> APPLICATION MANAGER (some devices will read out APPS)–>

clear app cache from the app manager

While in the Application manager take a moment to clean out the applications that you use frequently.  You can also download an app to assist with application cache,  click here  for additional resources

 

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