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Android 1 of 3

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1st of 3 Android device classe presented in Maple Grove Mn in 2015

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Android 1 of 3

  1. 1. Get the most from your Android Mobile Device Vic Ward, Owner of MyPersonalPhone and Presenter
  2. 2. My Personal Phone
  3. 3. Class Today • What is your phone’s maker and model? • Search for your manual • General use of an android device • Information questionnaire • Android apps • Project ---- Lookout
  4. 4. Android phone buttons
  5. 5. Android tablet buttons • 1. Headset Jack • 2. Infrared • 3. Memory card slot • 4. Volume Key • 5. On/off switch
  6. 6. Android tablet buttons • 1. Camera • 2. Camera Flash • 3. Microphone • 4. Charger port
  7. 7. Status bar
  8. 8. Status bar icons
  9. 9. Android home screens
  10. 10. Gmail • Gmail sounds alerts and notifications for every incoming message by default, which gets annoying quick. Setting up Gmail for Android right limits interruptions and means no more missed messages. • Tap on Gmail -> Tap on Settings -> Tap on the email account. • Check Priority inbox to only show important messages. • Here’s where you can start to take control. Turn
  11. 11. Use Google+ Auto Photo Uploads • The Nexus 4 can automatically back up your photos and videos to Google Installing Google+, signing into your account and enabling auto-uploads. • The photos are automatically uploaded to Google and are private unless you opt to share a specific photo, so there’s no worrying about accidentally sharing a photo you don’t want the world to see, just by taking the photo.
  12. 12. Android tablet home screen
  13. 13. Android tablet settings
  14. 14. Android phone settings
  15. 15. Android phone settings
  16. 16. Information • How do you use information? • Daily Activities • Address and phone numbers • Scheduling • Shopping • Staying connected with office, family friends • Work • Discussion
  17. 17. Finding an Android app Make sure you are on the internet. Check the status bar. Search in browser for “ android and lookout” Check the reviews Search “lookout and review” Go to Google Play icon Search Google Play for “Lookup”
  18. 18. Status on the tablet • Touch time • Touch to respond • Touch here to delete
  19. 19. Android apps Your phone has valuable information on it, so don’t loose it. • Calendar • Address book • Photos • Expense records
  20. 20. Lookout - security app
  21. 21. Lookout a security app
  22. 22. Recap • What is your phone’s maker and model? Settings, about • Search for your device’s manual • General use of an android phone • Information • Android apps • Project ---- Lookout
  23. 23. Icons
  24. 24. Assignment Beginners tutorial for Android phones • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kbSbkc_2Uo • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WN9nrVHcaW0
  25. 25. My Personal Phone Classes and Coaching •Cell phones •Smart phones •iPads •Google and Apple TV Vic Ward 651)283-5410 On Twitter I’m @vwward vwward@gmail.com MyPersonalPhone.com

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