Mar 052016
 

Here is the third in our series of Review Questions from our “What Does This Button Do?” show.  These can’t be graded, but if you want to see the discussion of our answers to these questions, you can click the link provided. The link will take you to the time in the specific episode where we start the discussion of review questions. Since we have produced 68 episodes so far, this “Test Your Smartphone Smarts” will be an ongoing series of posts here.

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Episode #9: Camera Basics Show Notes

  • How do you get an iPhone/iPad to take a video?
  • How do you turn on or off the setting for geotagging your photos?
32:50:00
Episode #10: Google Calendar Show Notes

  • How do you use Google Calendar on an iPhone or iPad when there is no App available?
  • True or False: Using Google calendar 2 or more people can add and edit events to the same calendar
35:37
Episode #11: Siri and Google Now Show Notes

  • How do you start Siri on iPhone/iPad?
  • How do you start Google Now on an Android device?
23:59
Episode #12: If phone is lost or stolen Show Notes

  • Where do you find the Apple setting to turn on “Find my iPhone”
  • If your iPad or iPhone is missing, what website do you use to find it?
  • Where do you find the Android setting to turn on the locator service?
30:33

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MrsGeek

Traveling the country in an RV with her husband, Jim. We present seminars at RV rallies and computer clubs all over the country.

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