Re: 2 Android questions


I am assuming aquamail comes with the RCA tablet

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of Josh Kennedy
Sent: Friday, June 30, 2017 9:14 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] 2 Android questions

email is great if you use aquamail for your email app it works great with keyboards.

talkback works great with keyboards and touch screens I like it a lot.

On 6/30/2017 10:11 PM, janet gross wrote:
Hi Carolyn,
Thank you so much for all this great information. You just about have
me sold! Smile! How about serfing the internet, how about the email
program on the tablet that would be gmail? Did you have a difficult
time adjusting to the screen reader talkback? I have an Apple iPhone
though, but I'm slowly am starting to feel about Apple phones, like
I'm thinking about Microsoft, and I'm not really all that happy with
them. I was thinking about buying a windows tablet, but I've decided
I want to get away from Microsoft, and now, I'm beginning to feel the
same way about Apple. I don't mine using a touch screen, but at the
sametime, I wouldn't mind a keyboard so if I have a lot of typing to do.

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On
Behalf Of Carolyn Arnold
Sent: Friday, June 30, 2017 8:16 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] 2 Android questions

It is a touch screen, but it has a Google Keyboard with it.
It is really nice, and the way the keyboard is made with it, it is
really like a little mini computer. It folds and makes a nice case.

You can add an SD card, I believe 128 gb. Joshua Kennedy will know.

My Wal-Mart did not have one, so I bought mine from Amazon.
I didn't think to check Wal-Mart online. But still, I paid $109;
Joshua says Wal-Mart has them for $80, I think $79.99.
It has Google TalkBack, and I have now adjusted her to the fastest speed.

If you use it without the keyboard, you need to power off the device,
and if you reattach the keyboard, you need to power off. It is
flexible that way, so you can use it either way. I really think that a
person can get good value from one.

I think that the future is leading to tablets and phones.
I'm not sure why one might have both. I got the tablet to learn to use
the Google platform so that I could get an Android phone, which is a
more expensive investment. I am glad that Joshua told us on the list about them.

If you get one, I'll send you the key strokes that Joshua sent me,
because that makes it way easier, if you know how to navigate. You
have to use Alt with Arrow and Enter and things to move about or
enter. You use
Shift+Alt+Enter for Long Press, which is more or less a menu. If you
using the screen, you double tap and hold. Ana Garza in her book said
when you double tap, it is like a two-sylable word. My husband's last
name is Samples, so I think Samples, as I double tap, and I am opening things now.

Best from,

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of janet gross
Sent: Friday, June 30, 2017 8:59 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] 2 Android questions

Hi Carrolyn,
I am seriously considering buying a Android tablet. You sound like
you are quite happy with your RCA Galileo pro tablet. Can you add
more space on the tablet if need be? Is it a touch screen? I was
trying to follow the thread the list had going sometime ago, but my
inbox just fel asleep, so I didn't get all the info I would have liked to get.

Thank you in advance for any info.

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Carolyn Arnold
Sent: Friday, June 30, 2017 7:01 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] 2 Android questions

I don't have a virus program on my RCA Galileo Pro Android tablet, and
I do really like it. It works too. I had been negligent to check notifications.
After I had it for about a month, I did - TWENTY UPDATES! I let them
run, and you can bet I check notifications every day now.

Best from,


-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Olusegun -- Victory
Associates LTD, Inc.
Sent: Friday, June 30, 2017 3:03 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] 2 Android questions

James wrote in path:

"please let me ask you just one more question? Do most Android user's
install antivirus on their devices?"

This one is a touchy subject! Personally, I don't use any virus
checkers on my Android toys! I've been with Android for nearly four
and half years, I have had NO INCIDENCES WITH VIRUSES to this very
minute. I have installed all manners of aps on my devices with no
problems; it has not bothered me whether or not the apps I installed
were secured or otherwise. My toys keep working flawlessly and no virus checkers of any kind.

If installing one makes you feel more comfortable, please feel free to
do so. Whilst there are several virus checkers on the Android
platform, the two common ones I have heard of are Avast and LookOut!
Feel free to install any or both of these and play with them before
settling for the one you like better.

Some virus checkers in Android land can be battery hogs, meaning that
they may drain your battery far faster than you want to see happen. I
don't believe that the two mentioned here at that way; but, again, I
don't use a virus checker in any of my Android toys! May be I am
postponing the inevitable, but I sure want to LEAVE well alone
especially if it's working as expected.

More questions? Please don't hesitate to keep sending them through.
There are a number of Androideans in the house who will step up to the
plate if I can't get to them fast enough! All the best sire.

Denver, Colorado

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