Video #452 from Geeks On Tour, will show you how to transfer pictures from your android photo and/or tablet to your computer via USB.
This Tutorial video, #453 from Geeks on Tour, shows you how to use a QR Code scanner on both Android and Apple devices. 2018 note: lots of newer phones can now scan QR codes without needing a special app, just the camera.
If you bought your phone from Verizon, you may very likely have an app just called “Cloud” that is backing up all your photos, videos, and more. If you’re already using Google Photos, and maybe OneDrive, you can turn this off. This video, #450 from Geeks On Tour, will show you how.
Tutorial video #451 from Geeks on Tour. demonstrates, on both iPhone and Android phone, how to manually set focus and how to lock in the focus. To have access to the complete library, currently more than 450 tutorial videos with new ones added regularly, join GeeksOnTour.com today!
Would you like to have an automatic recording of the road you traveled? Think of the beauty you could capture driving through the mountains. Or how about just a documentary on getting out of town. When that jerk pulled out in front of you, how would you like to capture that license plate? Maybe it’s [Click for the rest …]
by Jim Guld Winegard is taking their extensive knowledge of TV antenna technology to the WiFi frequencies with the new RV Internet WiFi Extender they named ConnecT. They provided us with a pre-release model to test and we put it thru its paces at an RV park and parked in a friend’s yard. What is [Click for the rest …]
I got my first cellphone in 1994. Some of the contacts I entered back then were still on my current Samsung Galaxy smartphone, 22 years later! As of last week, I had nearly 1,000 people in the My Contacts list, and 2,294 in Other. Many of these entries had no phone number. Many of them [Click for the rest …]