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Re: Best new tech for 2015, USB-C #article

Pamela Dominguez
 

I actually have one usb cable that will not plug in, no matter what I do. It's the one that came with an olympus 620. I have to use another cable when I want to do anything with that. The port is fine, but the mini male end of the the cable must have something wrong with it. Pam.

-----Original Message-----
From: Quentin Christensen
Sent: Saturday, December 19, 2015 12:55 AM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Best new tech for 2015, USB-C

Looking forward to this becoming more widespread. USB has always been
the most annoying thing to plug in! Oh and the extra power and other
benefits of USB C etc etc.

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On 19/12/2015 1:56 AM, Blaster Nil8 wrote:
Hi All,

You really need to read this article regarding USB type C. It's a real
game changer for all of us and a really short read.

https://www.yahoo.com/tech/technology-of-the-year-usb-1322314935631926.html

Regards,
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Re: Rumola

Carlos
 

Well, it's good to have multiple options, but individual experiences will vary. In my experience WebVisum has been generally reliable. Of course it doesn't successfully solve every single captcha, but I doubt that any service will and it is free so you can't really argue with the price.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bharat" <bharat.b@...>
To: <TechTalk@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, December 19, 2015 3:09 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Rumola


I have used Rumola for a very long time since Webvisum is extremely unreliable.

as of now, the site doesn't have the option of self selecting the
password as perthe developer.

On 12/19/15, Blaster Nil8 <@Blaster> wrote:
Thanks for that info, it's good to know since I'm going to give it a
try this weekend.

Blaster


On 12/18/15, Matt <matt.from.florida@...> wrote:
Yes that is what it is looking like. So might want to hang onto the
email
they send you just in case.





<mailto:Matt.from.florida@...> Matt.from.florida@...



From: Carlos [mailto:carlos1106@...]
Sent: Friday, December 18, 2015 2:58 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Rumola



It looks like you can't choose your own password. If you select the

"Lost password"

link, it just Emails you a new one generated by their system.

----- Original Message -----

From: Matt <mailto:matt.from.florida@...>

To: TechTalk@groups.io

Sent: Friday, December 18, 2015 2:50 PM

Subject: [TechTalk] Rumola



Well, just went up and bought 50 credits for 99 cents for 1 year.

Now they sent me a email for my account which contained my user name
which
was my email I used to pay by thru pay pal . It also contained a
password.

Went up and sign in and it had the details of my account and where to by
more if I needed too.

But there was nowhere to change any of your account settings like your
email
or your password.

So for those that bought credits from Rumola I would assume you would
need
to keep your user name and password handy as you cannot change it to
something you know it looks like.

Unless clicking on the forgot password would let you create one yourself.

I don't know if it would or just generate another one for you and send it
to
you to the email they have on file.

So you might want to hang onto that email they send you! JST!





Matt.from.florida@...








Re: Rumola

Bharat
 

I have used Rumola for a very long time since Webvisum is extremely unreliable.

as of now, the site doesn't have the option of self selecting the
password as perthe developer.

On 12/19/15, Blaster Nil8 <@Blaster> wrote:
Thanks for that info, it's good to know since I'm going to give it a
try this weekend.

Blaster


On 12/18/15, Matt <matt.from.florida@...> wrote:
Yes that is what it is looking like. So might want to hang onto the
email
they send you just in case.





<mailto:Matt.from.florida@...> Matt.from.florida@...



From: Carlos [mailto:carlos1106@...]
Sent: Friday, December 18, 2015 2:58 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Rumola



It looks like you can't choose your own password. If you select the

"Lost password"

link, it just Emails you a new one generated by their system.

----- Original Message -----

From: Matt <mailto:matt.from.florida@...>

To: TechTalk@groups.io

Sent: Friday, December 18, 2015 2:50 PM

Subject: [TechTalk] Rumola



Well, just went up and bought 50 credits for 99 cents for 1 year.

Now they sent me a email for my account which contained my user name
which
was my email I used to pay by thru pay pal . It also contained a
password.

Went up and sign in and it had the details of my account and where to by
more if I needed too.

But there was nowhere to change any of your account settings like your
email
or your password.

So for those that bought credits from Rumola I would assume you would
need
to keep your user name and password handy as you cannot change it to
something you know it looks like.

Unless clicking on the forgot password would let you create one yourself.

I don't know if it would or just generate another one for you and send it
to
you to the email they have on file.

So you might want to hang onto that email they send you! JST!





Matt.from.florida@...








Re: Incoming call rings on two different phones

Bharat
 

you may get to know more about this by going through the BGI series
podcasts on

Applevis.com

Here is one part where you could tame one aspect of it:

settings\phone

here, you would find the option of allow the calls to be forwarded on
the nearby devices. By default it is set to on, please set it to off.
there are similar settings available for, messages, Imessages,
Facetime, & more. but i have forgotten the place from whee one can
adjust it.

the advantage of shared ID is that, incase, i block a spam caller on
my phone, she is automatically blocked on my Wife's phone as well.

Wishes

On 12/19/15, Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...> wrote:
When I got my Haven activated, I was prepared to pay the $20 activation fee.
I wanted to just keep the same number for the iPhone and the Haven, but they
said it would cost less to move my number with the Haven activation and give
my husband a separate number for the iPhone 4s; so that is what we did. The
good thing about that, of course, is that we can call one another on the
cell phones when needed or wanted.

Bye for now,

Carolyn


-----Original Message-----
From: Rajmund [mailto:brajmund2000@...]
Sent: Saturday, December 19, 2015 10:08 AM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Incoming call rings on two different phones

Hello,
It's due to the ID. If, we share IDS, for example, we could see each other's
iMessages, everything. Happy to be corrected, however.




Sent from an iPad. Please excuse any spelling errors.

On 19 Dec 2015, at 3:03 pm, Walter Ramage <wpr@...
<mailto:wpr@...> > wrote:



Hi folks. First time I've ever known this to happen. Have updated both my
iPhone 5c and iPhone 6 to 9.2. Both phones have different numbers and I was
chatting to a friend in order to check for any bugs that might have come
along with the upgrade. I asked her to call me after I had ended the
current call so I could check something else and she did so but when she did
call back, both my phones rung despite both phones having completely
different numbers. My friend said it happens with her iPhone 5s and iPhone
6 also. Does anybody know why this should be? My friend reckons it is
because they both have the same apple account but that shouldn't mean a call
made to one phone will also be routed to the second. I can see privacy
issues with this problem. In my particular case, there is no privacy issue
because I live on my own but in situations where there are other family
members then it might be a problem. Also my friend said if I send her a
text then that text will also appear on her second phone (I haven't found
that to be the case personally). If I have one phone and a family member
had another phone, different number but sharing the same apple account then
a personal call or text that is sent to me could be easily answered or read
by the other family member. Do you think it is the fact that both phones
are tied to the same Apple ID? Should this really be happening, after all,
if somebody hacked your apple ID and was able to assign another phone to
that ID then everything coming in would go to the phone they have also.
Walter.



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In online newspaper digital Flash edition, all words unspaced read in IE with JAWS or NVDA. Any setting to change this?

Flor Lynch
 

Hi,
 
In an online newspaper's digital (Adobe Flash) edition, all the words are unspaced when read in Internet Explorer with JAWS or NVDA, (except at new lines or new paragraphs). Is there any setting to change this? As things are, for a sighted viewer everything in it appears on the screen spaced normally.
 
It is the subscribed, complete, digital weekly edition of my local newspaper (as distinct from the fre, oostly old, online - and accessible – version). (It is password-accessed.) It’d be possible to download it in a .pdf, but unfortunately, this is controlled in the Flash interface, and extensive use of the mouse and/or extensive mouse emulation is required to accomplish it. (The newspaper is produced with Quark XPress. The company knows it is inaccessible, but is not prepared to do or change anything about it, this far.) Thus, I’m now looking at the first possibility I’ve mentioned, i.e., somehow normalising the spacing between words for a screen-reader, if such is even possible; (and it has to use Internet Explorer, because that is where the Adobe Flash content can be read; not in Chrome nor in Firefox. I’ve tried those too.)
 
If anybody can assist with suggestions/ideas, thanks.
 


Re: Moving HumanWare Victor Reader Stream Recordings From Internet Radio To PC/SD Card

Bob J
 

Georges,

Where do you find the explanations of what the latest software update
includes?

I have checked the unit's user guide and the Humanware web site without
success!

I have inferred from your comments that the latest update makes it possible
to record whatever I am streaming from internet radio stations. I hope that
I am correct! If so, I need to discover how this is accomplished.

T I A

Bob AD8RJ

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To: <TechTalk@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, December 19, 2015 1:10 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] Moving HumanWare Victor Reader Stream Recordings From
Internet Radio To PC/SD Card


Hello!

This feature came to this device after last update, I can find what I
record in the unit but how can I keep it somewhere else? Same question
applies to downloaded podcasts, thanks.

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Re: taking test

Carolyn Arnold
 

Pablo, do you have a Braille writer. That is doing it the hard way, but
one way. There is something we called number frames at the Texas School
for the Blind, but they were discontinued in the 70's. Many of us
ex-students managed to get one; they're a treasure for doing math. You
can do square roots and things. You have to improvise for symbols like
turning a type upside down or sideways, but otherwise, all of the numbers
can be felt, moved into squares and worked. Other than that and the
Braille writer, I don't know. I am doubting that they'd let you use a
calculaytor?

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: Pablo Morales [mailto:pablocmd2014@...]
Sent: Saturday, December 19, 2015 12:42 PM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] taking test

Hi all,

I have a little concern about how I will do to take a math test. To be
register in a university, I need to take a math test. My concern is that
when I went to the school, I was sighted. When I was sighted and I had to
resolve trigonometric problems, polynomials with fractions, or complex
things, I always has to use paper to resolve the math problem.

Being blind, how I should work when is very difficult to read a formula,
very difficult to make the teachers understand the situation, and at the
same time, resolve the problem?

I am totally blind, and I have a few years being blind. I lost my sight
after I finished the university, so I have no idea about how study being
blind.

Guys, What methodology or way do you use to work with math being blind?

Thanks


Re: Incoming call rings on two different phones

Carolyn Arnold
 

When I got my Haven activated, I was prepared to pay the $20 activation fee. I wanted to just keep the same number for the iPhone and the Haven, but they said it would cost less to move my number with the Haven activation and give my husband a separate number for the iPhone 4s; so that is what we did. The good thing about that, of course, is that we can call one another on the cell phones when needed or wanted.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: Rajmund [mailto:brajmund2000@...]
Sent: Saturday, December 19, 2015 10:08 AM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Incoming call rings on two different phones

Hello,
It's due to the ID. If, we share IDS, for example, we could see each other's iMessages, everything. Happy to be corrected, however.




Sent from an iPad. Please excuse any spelling errors.

On 19 Dec 2015, at 3:03 pm, Walter Ramage <wpr@... <mailto:wpr@...> > wrote:



Hi folks. First time I've ever known this to happen. Have updated both my iPhone 5c and iPhone 6 to 9.2. Both phones have different numbers and I was chatting to a friend in order to check for any bugs that might have come along with the upgrade. I asked her to call me after I had ended the current call so I could check something else and she did so but when she did call back, both my phones rung despite both phones having completely different numbers. My friend said it happens with her iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 also. Does anybody know why this should be? My friend reckons it is because they both have the same apple account but that shouldn't mean a call made to one phone will also be routed to the second. I can see privacy issues with this problem. In my particular case, there is no privacy issue because I live on my own but in situations where there are other family members then it might be a problem. Also my friend said if I send her a text then that text will also appear on her second phone (I haven't found that to be the case personally). If I have one phone and a family member had another phone, different number but sharing the same apple account then a personal call or text that is sent to me could be easily answered or read by the other family member. Do you think it is the fact that both phones are tied to the same Apple ID? Should this really be happening, after all, if somebody hacked your apple ID and was able to assign another phone to that ID then everything coming in would go to the phone they have also. Walter.



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taking test

Pablo Morales
 

Hi all,

I have a little concern about how I will do to take a math test. To be register in a university, I need to take a math test. My concern is that when I went to the school, I was sighted. When I was sighted and I had to resolve trigonometric problems, polynomials with fractions, or complex things, I always has to use paper to resolve the math problem.

Being blind, how I should work when is very difficult to read a formula, very difficult to make the teachers understand the situation, and at the same time, resolve the problem?

I am totally blind, and I  have a few years being blind. I lost my sight after I finished the university, so I have no idea about how study being blind.

Guys, What methodology or way do you use to work with math being blind?

Thanks

 


Re: Accessible home security systems

heather albright
 

I am also looking for an accessible home security system!  I went to an apartment complex and they had talking systems it would tell you door open and wich door it was!  ANd the windwos do the same! And it would remind you to close the window too after a while!  I do not know if it was on a set timer or waht!  But they did not know which system they were using!  It was a wireless system too!  Heather

----- Original Message -----
From: Cristóbal
Sent: Saturday, December 19, 2015 12:18 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] Accessible home security systems

Hello list,

So I’m sure this topic has come up before, but I don’t recall what the feedback was.

In any event, I’m considering getting some sort of home security system and was curious to know what other blind folks are using. Be it motion sensors and or cameras and so on.

I was looking into just getting a front door type of camera set up, but was thinking of perhaps just going all in and getting the whole thing and not just a camera for the one door.

I’m leaning toward Simply Safe www.simplysafe.com

As there are no contracts involved and none of that hard wiring that is necessary for a more traditional set up. But checking their site, it doesn’t seem like they’ve got many if any camera options.

I know I can also run down to my local Costco or other store like that for security cameras, but again, accessible or at least accessible by me to some extent would be ideal. Be it via an iOS app or other computer means. I know I can always rely on my sighted wife if need be, but I’d still like to be able on some level access what I need to when I need to.

I’m especially interested in something that also includes a front door camera and intercom. There have been more and more daytime burglaries in my surrounding neighborhoods so answering the door in a more safe manner would be nice. The wife and I are fortunate in that we run our businesses from home, so it’s not like the place looks abandoned during the day, but still. I’m not too keen on blindly opening the door per say when someone knocks. The same for having my wife just answering the door.

Anyway, I have to believe that people on these lists have some kind of set up so I thought I’d ask.

Mainly though, I’m not looking for contracts and heavy wiring and installations. Even if it’s just cameras, that’s fine. Just something  that can be reasonably accessed.

 

Thanks,

Cristobal

 


Re: about the work around for web vissum

Carlos
 

The setting was first added in Firefox 43 so ESR version43 should be the first version in which you see it as well. Just keep in mind that apparently ESR will also be removing this setting in March and at that point it will no longer run unsigned add-ons either.

----- Original Message -----
From: "mcLeod stinnett" <macks75205@...>
To: <TechTalk@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, December 19, 2015 10:16 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] about the work around for web vissum


okay, e s r 38 does not show the X setting to click on. when it updates later, perhapse that will show up, and if so, if i change it to false, i will still be able to use web vissum? thanks


about the work around for web vissum

mcLeod stinnett
 

okay, e s r 38 does not show the X setting to click on. when it updates later, perhapse that will show up, and if so, if i change it to false, i will still be able to use web vissum? thanks


Re: Incoming call rings on two different phones

rajmund <brajmund2000@...>
 

Hello,
It's due to the ID. If, we share IDS, for example, we could see each other's iMessages, everything. Happy to be corrected, however.



Sent from an iPad. Please excuse any spelling errors.

On 19 Dec 2015, at 3:03 pm, Walter Ramage <wpr@...> wrote:

Hi folks.  First time I've ever known this to happen.  Have updated both my iPhone 5c and iPhone 6 to 9.2.  Both phones have different numbers and I was chatting to a friend in order to check for any bugs that might have come along with the upgrade.  I asked her to call me after I had ended the current call so I could check something else and she did so but when she did call back, both my phones rung despite both phones having completely different numbers.  My friend said it happens with her iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 also.  Does anybody know why this should be?  My friend reckons it is because they both have the same apple account but that shouldn't mean a call made to one phone will also be routed to the second.  I can see privacy issues with this problem.  In my particular case, there is no privacy issue because I live on my own but in situations where there are other family members then it might be a problem.  Also my friend said if I send her a text then that text will also appear on her second phone (I haven't found that to be the case personally).  If I have one phone and a family member had another phone, different number but sharing the same apple account then a personal call or text that is sent to me could be easily answered or read by the other family member.  Do you think it is the fact that both phones are tied to the same Apple ID?  Should this really be happening, after all, if somebody hacked your apple ID and was able to assign another phone to that ID then everything coming in would go to the phone they have also.  Walter.




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Re: Moving HumanWare Victor Reader Stream Recordings From Internet Radio To PC/SD Card

Kulvinder Singh Bhogal <kbhogal1@...>
 

Hi there

The way to do this is to press the 3 key and an option should be there to move to SD card.

I hope this is useful.

Regards.

Kulvinder Bhogal
E-mail: kbhogal1@...
Skypename: bobba2006

On 19 Dec 2015, at 06:10, George Zaynoun <humorlessgeza@...> wrote:

Hello!

This feature came to this device after last update, I can find what I record in the unit but how can I keep it somewhere else? Same question applies to downloaded podcasts, thanks.

--
Georges Zeinoun
Timmerv. 6A ITR LGH1102, 54163 SKÖVDE    SWEDEN
Tel: +46 (500) 48 29 29
Mobile: +46 (73) 986 17 43





Incoming call rings on two different phones

Walter Ramage
 

Hi folks.  First time I've ever known this to happen.  Have updated both my iPhone 5c and iPhone 6 to 9.2.  Both phones have different numbers and I was chatting to a friend in order to check for any bugs that might have come along with the upgrade.  I asked her to call me after I had ended the current call so I could check something else and she did so but when she did call back, both my phones rung despite both phones having completely different numbers.  My friend said it happens with her iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 also.  Does anybody know why this should be?  My friend reckons it is because they both have the same apple account but that shouldn't mean a call made to one phone will also be routed to the second.  I can see privacy issues with this problem.  In my particular case, there is no privacy issue because I live on my own but in situations where there are other family members then it might be a problem.  Also my friend said if I send her a text then that text will also appear on her second phone (I haven't found that to be the case personally).  If I have one phone and a family member had another phone, different number but sharing the same apple account then a personal call or text that is sent to me could be easily answered or read by the other family member.  Do you think it is the fact that both phones are tied to the same Apple ID?  Should this really be happening, after all, if somebody hacked your apple ID and was able to assign another phone to that ID then everything coming in would go to the phone they have also.  Walter.




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Re: setting up Itunes to use with my iPhone

Jeremy <icu8it2@...>
 

Yeah, that's for sure. At least when I'm adding credits to my apple account from something like a giftcard, things are much simpler from the app on the phone, rather than trying to tinker with Itunes on my Windows, certainly.

Then again, I also recall that when I set up my initial payment information way back when, I had this strange issue in where it acted like it would never accept my information that I'd entered in the page there. It just kind of refreshed and had me thinking that the information hadn't been entered correctly, but never really provided any error otherwise. It was until I got a notification from my bank that apple had tried to verify my account information several times and that my bank was about to place a temporary hold on access to my account. This was using the application on windows.
It was that, along with it being more convenient that lead me to finally changing things over to using paypal as well.
Tc.

On 12/18/2015 9:42 PM, Melissa Hammitt wrote:
If I remember right through the iPhone was waaaay easier to do that to
try via the computer. I had to have sighted help in order to "verify"
my information so that I could buy stuff that way.

Melissa
On 12/18/15, Jeremy <icu8it2@...> wrote:
I can't recall, but do you know if it's possible to set up the payment
information from the ITunes application on the phone? If you can, that
very well may be easier than doing it through the computer one, as the
windows version can sometimes be weird.
Just a thought. smiley
Tc.

On 12/18/2015 9:39 AM, Troy Burnham wrote:
Hello All,
I already have Itunes installed on my laptop and now I'm trying to
configure it to be used with my iPhone using some instructions that a
friend of mine sent me.
He told me to open Itunes then do an alt-s to get to the store menu
and arrow up to sign in with my apple id and sign in, so I do that and
when I hit the sign-in button I get a message that this id hasn't been
used with the Itunes store before. So I agree to the privacy
agreement and then the next step is to choose a payment source so I
choose pay pal and log in to verify that, but it's the next step that
I get stuck on because after verifying pay pal as my payment source
and hitting the continue button the page comes up for me to download
Itunes. Of course as I said above I've already done that and it's
installed but I don't see a way to get past that page. There's no
continue button there, and the only other thing I knew to try was an
alt-f4 to close it, but that takes me back to the page where I verify
my payment source again. Can anybody tell me how I can either get
past that download page, or bypass it completely so it doesn't pop up
so I can continue setting things up?
Thanks.
Troy
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Re: Moving HumanWare Victor Reader Stream Recordings From Internet Radio To PC/SD Card

Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@...>
 

Move it to the sd card with key 3 and then copy it else where.

On 19/12/2015, George Zaynoun <humorlessgeza@...> wrote:
Hello!

This feature came to this device after last update, I can find what I
record in the unit but how can I keep it somewhere else? Same question
applies to downloaded podcasts, thanks.

--
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Timmerv. 6A ITR LGH1102, 54163 SKÖVDE SWEDEN
Tel: +46 (500) 48 29 29
Mobile: +46 (73) 986 17 43



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File extension success

Nancy Hill
 

Thanks so much for the help!

I now have my beloved extensions back. I have saved the instructions...just hope they won't go missing again.

Merry Christmas to All!

Nancy


Accessible home security systems

Cristóbal
 

Hello list,

So I’m sure this topic has come up before, but I don’t recall what the feedback was.

In any event, I’m considering getting some sort of home security system and was curious to know what other blind folks are using. Be it motion sensors and or cameras and so on.

I was looking into just getting a front door type of camera set up, but was thinking of perhaps just going all in and getting the whole thing and not just a camera for the one door.

I’m leaning toward Simply Safe www.simplysafe.com

As there are no contracts involved and none of that hard wiring that is necessary for a more traditional set up. But checking their site, it doesn’t seem like they’ve got many if any camera options.

I know I can also run down to my local Costco or other store like that for security cameras, but again, accessible or at least accessible by me to some extent would be ideal. Be it via an iOS app or other computer means. I know I can always rely on my sighted wife if need be, but I’d still like to be able on some level access what I need to when I need to.

I’m especially interested in something that also includes a front door camera and intercom. There have been more and more daytime burglaries in my surrounding neighborhoods so answering the door in a more safe manner would be nice. The wife and I are fortunate in that we run our businesses from home, so it’s not like the place looks abandoned during the day, but still. I’m not too keen on blindly opening the door per say when someone knocks. The same for having my wife just answering the door.

Anyway, I have to believe that people on these lists have some kind of set up so I thought I’d ask.

Mainly though, I’m not looking for contracts and heavy wiring and installations. Even if it’s just cameras, that’s fine. Just something  that can be reasonably accessed.

 

Thanks,

Cristobal

 


Moving HumanWare Victor Reader Stream Recordings From Internet Radio To PC/SD Card

George Zaynoun
 

Hello!

This feature came to this device after last update, I can find what I record in the unit but how can I keep it somewhere else? Same question applies to downloaded podcasts, thanks.

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Georges Zeinoun
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