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Re: How do I move my Whatsapp and SMS from iPhone to Android?

Bharat
 

Please give me some time, i would get back to you.

What language do you speak??

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
I want to do these things on my computer first, but unfortunately, all
the iPhone extractors I find are not accessible to the visually impaired.
I could not find which program to use on the computer. I know very
little English, so it might be. Also, do I have to pay for the program
used on the computer?

Thank's for help.

16.11.2020 16:37 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:
Yes, it is possible & you did the right thing. now, look for the
homepage of Wazzapp migrator & also extract your sms backup from this
itunes backup & [proceed to the next steps.

for this you would need a PC.

Whazzap migrator homepage:

https://www.wazzapmigrator.com/

For sms transfer please refer to this excellent webpage:

https://ting.com/blog/you-asked-transferring-texts-from-iphone-to-android/

Thank you,

bharat.



On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
I have no chance to back up my iPhone over the phone. Because iPhone is
very slow and its memory is not enough to backup.
I made a full backup of my iPhone with iTunes. The backup is without a
password.
Isn't it possible that way?

16.11.2020 11:55 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:
Hi,

So, what i am saying is to create an backup of your iphone using
iphone. This backup should be unencrypted, meaning, it should not be
password protected.

once you do that, then Whazzapp migrator will extract your whatsapp
back from your iphone backup. once you have this backup, please copy
both the files to your phone's internal storage, then follow the
instructions from Whazzapp migrator programme to restore your backup.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Sorry, I don't quite understand what you mean.
I know the Whazzapp migrator program.
I've heard the name of this program before. But first, I know that it
is
necessary to exxtract Whatsapp and message contents with the iPhone
Brouzer application. I could not understand this part of the job.
Whazzapp migrator is not the second stage?

16.11.2020 09:42 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:
Hi,

It is very much possible to migrate your SMSes & Whatsapp to Android.
here is what you need. Please download Whazzapp migrator on your
android phone for this purpose.

Here is the playstore link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nbeghin.whatsappmigrator&hl=en&gl=US

it is a paid app but it is totally worth the price & will surely do
your
job.

another paid app that i used to move my SMSes from Iphone to Android
was:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.riteshsahu.SMSBackupRestorePro

It's a very useful app & would be useful for you even after you swtch
to & start Android on everyday basis for backing up your smses
everyday.

Both the apps have extensive directions to work with them but in case
you face a challenge,, let me know.

to begin with, you have to create an unencrypted backup of your
iphone. This is from where we would need to extract all your smses &
WhatsApp backups to restore them to Android.

Tip: once you have successfully migrated everything, please make it a
point to enable regular backups of your WhatsApp & other data.
Especially WhatApp since google allows you unlimited backups of your
Whatsapp data.

Hope, you find all this information of some use. Heartiest
congratulations for making the right decision of switching from
Iphone
to Android. Good luck & enjoy.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello, I know very little English and I use Google Translate. If the
translation error happens, I'm sorry about that.
I bought myself a new Android cell phone. I want to transfer my SMS
and
Whatsapp data from iPhone to my Android device.
Is there any way I can do this in an accessible way? Thank you in
advance for your help.



















Re: How do I move my Whatsapp and SMS from iPhone to Android?

Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@...>
 

I want to do these things on my computer first, but unfortunately, all the iPhone extractors I find are not accessible to the visually impaired.
I could not find which program to use on the computer. I know very little English, so it might be. Also, do I have to pay for the program used on the computer?

Thank's for help.

16.11.2020 16:37 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:

Yes, it is possible & you did the right thing. now, look for the
homepage of Wazzapp migrator & also extract your sms backup from this
itunes backup & [proceed to the next steps.

for this you would need a PC.

Whazzap migrator homepage:

https://www.wazzapmigrator.com/

For sms transfer please refer to this excellent webpage:

https://ting.com/blog/you-asked-transferring-texts-from-iphone-to-android/

Thank you,

bharat.



On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
I have no chance to back up my iPhone over the phone. Because iPhone is
very slow and its memory is not enough to backup.
I made a full backup of my iPhone with iTunes. The backup is without a
password.
Isn't it possible that way?

16.11.2020 11:55 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:
Hi,

So, what i am saying is to create an backup of your iphone using
iphone. This backup should be unencrypted, meaning, it should not be
password protected.

once you do that, then Whazzapp migrator will extract your whatsapp
back from your iphone backup. once you have this backup, please copy
both the files to your phone's internal storage, then follow the
instructions from Whazzapp migrator programme to restore your backup.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Sorry, I don't quite understand what you mean.
I know the Whazzapp migrator program.
I've heard the name of this program before. But first, I know that it is
necessary to exxtract Whatsapp and message contents with the iPhone
Brouzer application. I could not understand this part of the job.
Whazzapp migrator is not the second stage?

16.11.2020 09:42 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:
Hi,

It is very much possible to migrate your SMSes & Whatsapp to Android.
here is what you need. Please download Whazzapp migrator on your
android phone for this purpose.

Here is the playstore link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nbeghin.whatsappmigrator&hl=en&gl=US

it is a paid app but it is totally worth the price & will surely do
your
job.

another paid app that i used to move my SMSes from Iphone to Android
was:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.riteshsahu.SMSBackupRestorePro

It's a very useful app & would be useful for you even after you swtch
to & start Android on everyday basis for backing up your smses
everyday.

Both the apps have extensive directions to work with them but in case
you face a challenge,, let me know.

to begin with, you have to create an unencrypted backup of your
iphone. This is from where we would need to extract all your smses &
WhatsApp backups to restore them to Android.

Tip: once you have successfully migrated everything, please make it a
point to enable regular backups of your WhatsApp & other data.
Especially WhatApp since google allows you unlimited backups of your
Whatsapp data.

Hope, you find all this information of some use. Heartiest
congratulations for making the right decision of switching from Iphone
to Android. Good luck & enjoy.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello, I know very little English and I use Google Translate. If the
translation error happens, I'm sorry about that.
I bought myself a new Android cell phone. I want to transfer my SMS
and
Whatsapp data from iPhone to my Android device.
Is there any way I can do this in an accessible way? Thank you in
advance for your help.














Teleparty

Kerryann Ifill
 

Dear all:

A group of friends are streaming a movie via Netflix this weekend.Has anyone ever hosted a tleparty to stream Netflix?
Its relativeily easy to install the extension for chrome to create the party, but the “copy url” button didn’t pop up as it should. Could be that I’m inept, but I’d like some advice.

Hope I can get this sorted in time for the meeting.

Thanks.
Kerry


Re: How do I move my Whatsapp and SMS from iPhone to Android?

Bharat
 

Yes, it is possible & you did the right thing. now, look for the
homepage of Wazzapp migrator & also extract your sms backup from this
itunes backup & [proceed to the next steps.

for this you would need a PC.

Whazzap migrator homepage:

https://www.wazzapmigrator.com/

For sms transfer please refer to this excellent webpage:

https://ting.com/blog/you-asked-transferring-texts-from-iphone-to-android/

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
I have no chance to back up my iPhone over the phone. Because iPhone is
very slow and its memory is not enough to backup.
I made a full backup of my iPhone with iTunes. The backup is without a
password.
Isn't it possible that way?

16.11.2020 11:55 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:
Hi,

So, what i am saying is to create an backup of your iphone using
iphone. This backup should be unencrypted, meaning, it should not be
password protected.

once you do that, then Whazzapp migrator will extract your whatsapp
back from your iphone backup. once you have this backup, please copy
both the files to your phone's internal storage, then follow the
instructions from Whazzapp migrator programme to restore your backup.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Sorry, I don't quite understand what you mean.
I know the Whazzapp migrator program.
I've heard the name of this program before. But first, I know that it is
necessary to exxtract Whatsapp and message contents with the iPhone
Brouzer application. I could not understand this part of the job.
Whazzapp migrator is not the second stage?

16.11.2020 09:42 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:
Hi,

It is very much possible to migrate your SMSes & Whatsapp to Android.
here is what you need. Please download Whazzapp migrator on your
android phone for this purpose.

Here is the playstore link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nbeghin.whatsappmigrator&hl=en&gl=US

it is a paid app but it is totally worth the price & will surely do
your
job.

another paid app that i used to move my SMSes from Iphone to Android
was:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.riteshsahu.SMSBackupRestorePro

It's a very useful app & would be useful for you even after you swtch
to & start Android on everyday basis for backing up your smses
everyday.

Both the apps have extensive directions to work with them but in case
you face a challenge,, let me know.

to begin with, you have to create an unencrypted backup of your
iphone. This is from where we would need to extract all your smses &
WhatsApp backups to restore them to Android.

Tip: once you have successfully migrated everything, please make it a
point to enable regular backups of your WhatsApp & other data.
Especially WhatApp since google allows you unlimited backups of your
Whatsapp data.

Hope, you find all this information of some use. Heartiest
congratulations for making the right decision of switching from Iphone
to Android. Good luck & enjoy.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello, I know very little English and I use Google Translate. If the
translation error happens, I'm sorry about that.
I bought myself a new Android cell phone. I want to transfer my SMS
and
Whatsapp data from iPhone to my Android device.
Is there any way I can do this in an accessible way? Thank you in
advance for your help.

















Re: How do I move my Whatsapp and SMS from iPhone to Android?

Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@...>
 

I have no chance to back up my iPhone over the phone. Because iPhone is very slow and its memory is not enough to backup.
I made a full backup of my iPhone with iTunes. The backup is without a password.
Isn't it possible that way?

16.11.2020 11:55 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:

Hi,

So, what i am saying is to create an backup of your iphone using
iphone. This backup should be unencrypted, meaning, it should not be
password protected.

once you do that, then Whazzapp migrator will extract your whatsapp
back from your iphone backup. once you have this backup, please copy
both the files to your phone's internal storage, then follow the
instructions from Whazzapp migrator programme to restore your backup.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Sorry, I don't quite understand what you mean.
I know the Whazzapp migrator program.
I've heard the name of this program before. But first, I know that it is
necessary to exxtract Whatsapp and message contents with the iPhone
Brouzer application. I could not understand this part of the job.
Whazzapp migrator is not the second stage?

16.11.2020 09:42 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:
Hi,

It is very much possible to migrate your SMSes & Whatsapp to Android.
here is what you need. Please download Whazzapp migrator on your
android phone for this purpose.

Here is the playstore link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nbeghin.whatsappmigrator&hl=en&gl=US

it is a paid app but it is totally worth the price & will surely do your
job.

another paid app that i used to move my SMSes from Iphone to Android was:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.riteshsahu.SMSBackupRestorePro

It's a very useful app & would be useful for you even after you swtch
to & start Android on everyday basis for backing up your smses
everyday.

Both the apps have extensive directions to work with them but in case
you face a challenge,, let me know.

to begin with, you have to create an unencrypted backup of your
iphone. This is from where we would need to extract all your smses &
WhatsApp backups to restore them to Android.

Tip: once you have successfully migrated everything, please make it a
point to enable regular backups of your WhatsApp & other data.
Especially WhatApp since google allows you unlimited backups of your
Whatsapp data.

Hope, you find all this information of some use. Heartiest
congratulations for making the right decision of switching from Iphone
to Android. Good luck & enjoy.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello, I know very little English and I use Google Translate. If the
translation error happens, I'm sorry about that.
I bought myself a new Android cell phone. I want to transfer my SMS and
Whatsapp data from iPhone to my Android device.
Is there any way I can do this in an accessible way? Thank you in
advance for your help.












Re: Jaws Update

Bharat
 

So, What may have happened is that it may have prompted you to install
the latest Jaws version which is version 2021. even if you are not
authorised you can still install it. without the authorisation it runs
in the 40 minute mode, & calls itself as JAWS professional. if you
update your authorisation, it would say jaws home or professional
edition depending on the authorisation.

from the current version of JAWS 2020 onwards they have begun
updating the authorisation remotely but you can switch to jaws 2020 &
chek for the jaws authorisation update from jaws help, license submenu
& click on update activation option & it would update your activation
to the latest version you are entitled to.

Hope, all this was not too confusing.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Shelly Kane <shellykane323@gmail.com> wrote:
        Hi Group:


I just updated to Jaws 2021 and didn't realize it.  I thought it was
part of Jaws 2020.  After I finished the update, I migrated my settings
and it then said something about 40 minute mode and I got really
confused because my license is paid for.  It said something about update
authorization and I couldn't find that.  Then it said Jaws professional
and I have Jaws home.  Did I do something wrong?  When I go into Jaws,
it says these 3 different versions with the same numbers.  Thanks in
advance for any help that you can give me.  I hope I did this correctly.

Shelly







Re: How do I move my Whatsapp and SMS from iPhone to Android?

Bharat
 

Hi,

So, what i am saying is to create an backup of your iphone using
iphone. This backup should be unencrypted, meaning, it should not be
password protected.

once you do that, then Whazzapp migrator will extract your whatsapp
back from your iphone backup. once you have this backup, please copy
both the files to your phone's internal storage, then follow the
instructions from Whazzapp migrator programme to restore your backup.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Sorry, I don't quite understand what you mean.
I know the Whazzapp migrator program.
I've heard the name of this program before. But first, I know that it is
necessary to exxtract Whatsapp and message contents with the iPhone
Brouzer application. I could not understand this part of the job.
Whazzapp migrator is not the second stage?

16.11.2020 09:42 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:
Hi,

It is very much possible to migrate your SMSes & Whatsapp to Android.
here is what you need. Please download Whazzapp migrator on your
android phone for this purpose.

Here is the playstore link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nbeghin.whatsappmigrator&hl=en&gl=US

it is a paid app but it is totally worth the price & will surely do your
job.

another paid app that i used to move my SMSes from Iphone to Android was:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.riteshsahu.SMSBackupRestorePro

It's a very useful app & would be useful for you even after you swtch
to & start Android on everyday basis for backing up your smses
everyday.

Both the apps have extensive directions to work with them but in case
you face a challenge,, let me know.

to begin with, you have to create an unencrypted backup of your
iphone. This is from where we would need to extract all your smses &
WhatsApp backups to restore them to Android.

Tip: once you have successfully migrated everything, please make it a
point to enable regular backups of your WhatsApp & other data.
Especially WhatApp since google allows you unlimited backups of your
Whatsapp data.

Hope, you find all this information of some use. Heartiest
congratulations for making the right decision of switching from Iphone
to Android. Good luck & enjoy.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello, I know very little English and I use Google Translate. If the
translation error happens, I'm sorry about that.
I bought myself a new Android cell phone. I want to transfer my SMS and
Whatsapp data from iPhone to my Android device.
Is there any way I can do this in an accessible way? Thank you in
advance for your help.













Jaws Update

Shelly Kane
 

Hi Group:


I just updated to Jaws 2021 and didn't realize it.  I thought it was part of Jaws 2020.  After I finished the update, I migrated my settings and it then said something about 40 minute mode and I got really confused because my license is paid for.  It said something about update authorization and I couldn't find that.  Then it said Jaws professional and I have Jaws home.  Did I do something wrong?  When I go into Jaws, it says these 3 different versions with the same numbers.  Thanks in advance for any help that you can give me.  I hope I did this correctly.

Shelly


Re: How do I move my Whatsapp and SMS from iPhone to Android?

Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@...>
 

Sorry, I don't quite understand what you mean.
I know the Whazzapp migrator program.
I've heard the name of this program before. But first, I know that it is necessary to exxtract Whatsapp and message contents with the iPhone Brouzer application. I could not understand this part of the job. Whazzapp migrator is not the second stage?

16.11.2020 09:42 tarihinde Bharat yazdı:

Hi,

It is very much possible to migrate your SMSes & Whatsapp to Android.
here is what you need. Please download Whazzapp migrator on your
android phone for this purpose.

Here is the playstore link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nbeghin.whatsappmigrator&hl=en&gl=US

it is a paid app but it is totally worth the price & will surely do your job.

another paid app that i used to move my SMSes from Iphone to Android was:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.riteshsahu.SMSBackupRestorePro

It's a very useful app & would be useful for you even after you swtch
to & start Android on everyday basis for backing up your smses
everyday.

Both the apps have extensive directions to work with them but in case
you face a challenge,, let me know.

to begin with, you have to create an unencrypted backup of your
iphone. This is from where we would need to extract all your smses &
WhatsApp backups to restore them to Android.

Tip: once you have successfully migrated everything, please make it a
point to enable regular backups of your WhatsApp & other data.
Especially WhatApp since google allows you unlimited backups of your
Whatsapp data.

Hope, you find all this information of some use. Heartiest
congratulations for making the right decision of switching from Iphone
to Android. Good luck & enjoy.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello, I know very little English and I use Google Translate. If the
translation error happens, I'm sorry about that.
I bought myself a new Android cell phone. I want to transfer my SMS and
Whatsapp data from iPhone to my Android device.
Is there any way I can do this in an accessible way? Thank you in
advance for your help.








Re: How do I move my Whatsapp and SMS from iPhone to Android?

Bharat
 

Hi,

It is very much possible to migrate your SMSes & Whatsapp to Android.
here is what you need. Please download Whazzapp migrator on your
android phone for this purpose.

Here is the playstore link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nbeghin.whatsappmigrator&hl=en&gl=US

it is a paid app but it is totally worth the price & will surely do your job.

another paid app that i used to move my SMSes from Iphone to Android was:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.riteshsahu.SMSBackupRestorePro

It's a very useful app & would be useful for you even after you swtch
to & start Android on everyday basis for backing up your smses
everyday.

Both the apps have extensive directions to work with them but in case
you face a challenge,, let me know.

to begin with, you have to create an unencrypted backup of your
iphone. This is from where we would need to extract all your smses &
WhatsApp backups to restore them to Android.

Tip: once you have successfully migrated everything, please make it a
point to enable regular backups of your WhatsApp & other data.
Especially WhatApp since google allows you unlimited backups of your
Whatsapp data.

Hope, you find all this information of some use. Heartiest
congratulations for making the right decision of switching from Iphone
to Android. Good luck & enjoy.

Thank you,

bharat.

On 11/16/20, Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello, I know very little English and I use Google Translate. If the
translation error happens, I'm sorry about that.
I bought myself a new Android cell phone. I want to transfer my SMS and
Whatsapp data from iPhone to my Android device.
Is there any way I can do this in an accessible way? Thank you in
advance for your help.







How do I move my Whatsapp and SMS from iPhone to Android?

Muhammed Demirölçen <demirolcen@...>
 

Hello, I know very little English and I use Google Translate. If the translation error happens, I'm sorry about that.
I bought myself a new Android cell phone. I want to transfer my SMS and Whatsapp data from iPhone to my Android device.
Is there any way I can do this in an accessible way? Thank you in advance for your help.


Re: Using PowerPoint with JAWS or NVDA

Quentin Christensen
 

NV Access have a module on using PowerPoint with NVDA: https://www.nvaccess.org/product/microsoft-powerpoint-with-nvda-ebook/

Kind regards

Quentin.

On Sun, Nov 15, 2020 at 1:25 AM Steve Matzura <number6@...> wrote:
Thanks, Chris. I knew I saw it somewhere.


On 11/14/2020 4:07 AM, chris judge wrote:
> Hey Steve. Freedom scientific has a webinar on using PowerPoint with jaws. I think it is in three parts and can be found on the past webinars page.
>
> Chris Judge
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
> Sent: November 13, 2020 12:44 PM
> To: TechTalk <main@TechTalk.groups.io>
> Subject: [TechTalk] Using PowerPoint with JAWS or NVDA
>
> A while back, maybe a month, I distinctly remember a Top Tech Tidbits item about learning to use PowerPoint with JAWS. But try as I might, I can't find a reference to it in any TTT I've saved, and I am pretty sure I have them all, at least for the past six months, on the system which I regularly use for retrieving email. Any tips, tutorials or how-to's would be greatly appreciated as I have to narrate a presentation and I thought it would be cool to attach the recording of the narration to each slide so it would play as the slides are shown.
>
>
> TIA
>
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--
Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager


Re: Legality of Audiovault.net

-
 

It appears to me much if not all comes from the uk where description is widely required. There is a point in law, if an owner does not make a
claim after a given number of years, it is considered in the public domain.

On Sun, 15 Nov 2020, Gene wrote:

I don't know if its legal but there are two or three such sites I know of
and they have existed for years. If the owners cared, they would have gone
after such sites. Therefore, I don't think the owners care if their work is
circulated among a small audience of blind users. In addition, there is no
one central library or place where such contdent is made available by an
organization that does so legally. Such sites may be the only place to get
much of this material.

If you are worried about the ethics, you don't have to use such sites, of
course. I think the inaction of any owner for years answers the question as
to whether they care.
Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Samuel Wilkins
Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2020 2:35 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Legality of Audiovault.net

Hello all, someone on a list I'm on has asked about where they can
obtain audio described films and television shows, and one option
suggested was audiovault.net. I looked it up, and it said they don't
intend to take income from copyright holders, but I'm still not sure.
Is this site legal? Sorry if this has been asked before. Thank you in
advance.









--
XR


Re: cctv recomondations

Donna
 

We used a grant to get the Topaz desktop from Freedom Scientific for my 10 year old. I like it, because even though I’m totally blind, I can use the Topaz. Used bump dots along the bottom edge, that line up with the touch s screen buttons, a piece of tape on the reading tray to indicate where the printed material needs to be placed, & that files saved to the Topaz can be saved to a SD card & transferred to a computer.

Donna 



Hi There! I would also be very interested in this! since I have been without mine for several years and it certainly would be great to have it at times! Thanks!

de

<wohlggie@...><KF8LT><Jim>.

On 13-Nov-20 12:28, tony via groups.io wrote:
My cctv is  becoming less respondable. can anyone recomend a good cctv. thanks






Re: Legality of Audiovault.net

Gene
 

I doubt you can stop messages and keep access. At the bottom of messages is a line like, No longer want to be a member? You can unsubscribe. Please allow seven days. There is nothing about stopping messages.

But that doesn't bother me. the messages aren't very frequent.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Laz
Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2020 1:38 PM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Legality of Audiovault.net

Sure, if one is a customer of a particular business one may receive
messages from it; that's very understandable and as a customer you may
request to not receive any such messages. Can one do the same with the
blind mise business if one has never ordered anything from them, or
will one then not be able to access the blindmise movie vault any
longer?

I have heard that if one is overseas such as in the UK, Australia, and
such, that one can't get into the blindmise movie vault at all. I
wonder if this has anything to do with the fact that the blind mise
doesn't ship internationally...

Stay safe,

Laz

On 11/15/20, Monte Single <mrsingle@sasktel.net> wrote:
I probably get more junk mail from amazon than I do from the mice.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: November 15, 2020 11:42 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Legality of Audiovault.net

I doubt the Blind Mice Mart does this for security. They probably do so
because they want to send e-mails advertising their products. After all,
they should get some benefit. Those who want to use the vault don't need to
worry about intrusive amounts of messages. I get advertisements on and off
but it isn't at all intrusive, maybe once every week or two or maybe once a
month. I'm not sure ow often but its nothing to worry about.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Laz
Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2020 11:29 AM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Legality of Audiovault.net

Oh, it is illegal alright. On some of these described movies the
narrator will actually read the warning that most movies contain and
it makes it very clear that it is illegal to do what the file sharing
sites and email lists are doing. Take the blind mise movie vault for
example, one has to create an account and give one's email address in
order to get in to that section of their web site to even peruse
what's on there. If sharing these files were completely legal with no
chance of any legal repercussions why the need for that security
step...

Gene may be correct that we're such a small market and the fact that
no one has come after these mailing lists and web sites or it could be
the fact that no one has reported them to the legal authorities yet.

But yes, it is illegal to share or partake otherwise known as
pirating,of these files according to the on-screen warnings found inn
most movies.

Stay safe,

Laz

On 11/15/20, Rich DeSteno <axcruncher@gmail.com> wrote:
The use and distribution of these visual creative works, such as
movies, without permission of the creators probably does technically
violate the US Copyright Law. However, since these files with
descriptive audio are usually exclusively audio with no visual image,
they are of no significant use to sighted individuals. As such, little
actual harm is done to the marketability of the actual creation, which
primarily consists of visual images. In other words, these files are
only of real use to the blind, so nobody is that concerned about there
free distribution. On the other hand, the reproduction and distribution
of strictly audio material, such as recorded songs, is a totally
different case. The wide proliferation of this type of intellectual
property on the web is largely blatantly in violation of the Copyright
law. By now, most artists understand that there is little they can do
to stop it, so they tolerate it. Even music streaming services, such as
Spotify, pay only less than a half-cent to the creator of the song for
each play. For example, a song that is streamed a million times on
Spotify will only generate a little over four thousand dollars to the
composer and nothing to the performing artist. The artists and
composers take whatever they can make from download sites, such as Apple
Music and Amazon Music, but only the superstars really make the
significant money in music.



On 11/15/2020 3:35 AM, Samuel Wilkins wrote:
Hello all, someone on a list I'm on has asked about where they can
obtain audio described films and television shows, and one option
suggested was audiovault.net. I looked it up, and it said they don't
intend to take income from copyright holders, but I'm still not sure.
Is this site legal? Sorry if this has been asked before. Thank you
in advance.




--
Rich De Steno







--
Affordably priced Accessible Talking MP3 Player/book Reader, Victor
Reader Stream & Trek, blindshell Classic phone, Bluetooth devices, and
accessories
http://www.talkingmp3players.com/
Email: laz@talkingmp3players.com
Phone: 727-498-0121
Personal Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/laz.mesa
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Talkingmp3players?_rdr















--
Affordably priced Accessible Talking MP3 Player/book Reader, Victor
Reader Stream & Trek, blindshell Classic phone, Bluetooth devices, and
accessories
http://www.talkingmp3players.com/
Email: laz@talkingmp3players.com
Phone: 727-498-0121
Personal Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/laz.mesa
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Talkingmp3players?_rdr


Re: Legality of Audiovault.net

Gene
 

Yes. I have no objection to what the Blind Mice Mart does and I don't know how their site compares In completeness with others but I do know of other such sites.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Laz
Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2020 1:28 PM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Legality of Audiovault.net

Ah. Now we're getting into the level of ethics and morality of a
business owner and the reasoning behind using something which is
illegal just to get more email adddresses to which they can advertise.
I'm sure they would like to avoid being contacted by the FBI or lawyer
representing the movie studios.

Besides you and I know exactly where these files originally came from
and if you missed that email message it's not the blind mise vault
doing any of the work. Should they benefit from these files? I have my
own opinion about that and you likely have your own. Needless to say
there are other sites these files may be freely downloaded by anyone
without the need to give up one's email address and receive any
advertising messages in return.

Stay safe,

Laz

On 11/15/20, Gene <gsasner@gmail.com> wrote:
I doubt the Blind Mice Mart does this for security. They probably do so
because they want to send e-mails advertising their products. After all,
they should get some benefit. Those who want to use the vault don't need to

worry about intrusive amounts of messages. I get advertisements on and off

but it isn't at all intrusive, maybe once every week or two or maybe once a

month. I'm not sure ow often but its nothing to worry about.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Laz
Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2020 11:29 AM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Legality of Audiovault.net

Oh, it is illegal alright. On some of these described movies the
narrator will actually read the warning that most movies contain and
it makes it very clear that it is illegal to do what the file sharing
sites and email lists are doing. Take the blind mise movie vault for
example, one has to create an account and give one's email address in
order to get in to that section of their web site to even peruse
what's on there. If sharing these files were completely legal with no
chance of any legal repercussions why the need for that security
step...

Gene may be correct that we're such a small market and the fact that
no one has come after these mailing lists and web sites or it could be
the fact that no one has reported them to the legal authorities yet.

But yes, it is illegal to share or partake otherwise known as
pirating,of these files according to the on-screen warnings found inn
most movies.

Stay safe,

Laz

On 11/15/20, Rich DeSteno <axcruncher@gmail.com> wrote:
The use and distribution of these visual creative works, such as
movies, without permission of the creators probably does technically
violate the US Copyright Law. However, since these files with
descriptive audio are usually exclusively audio with no visual image,
they are of no significant use to sighted individuals. As such, little
actual harm is done to the marketability of the actual creation, which
primarily consists of visual images. In other words, these files are
only of real use to the blind, so nobody is that concerned about there
free distribution. On the other hand, the reproduction and distribution
of strictly audio material, such as recorded songs, is a totally
different case. The wide proliferation of this type of intellectual
property on the web is largely blatantly in violation of the Copyright
law. By now, most artists understand that there is little they can do
to stop it, so they tolerate it. Even music streaming services, such as
Spotify, pay only less than a half-cent to the creator of the song for
each play. For example, a song that is streamed a million times on
Spotify will only generate a little over four thousand dollars to the
composer and nothing to the performing artist. The artists and
composers take whatever they can make from download sites, such as Apple
Music and Amazon Music, but only the superstars really make the
significant money in music.



On 11/15/2020 3:35 AM, Samuel Wilkins wrote:
Hello all, someone on a list I'm on has asked about where they can
obtain audio described films and television shows, and one option
suggested was audiovault.net. I looked it up, and it said they don't
intend to take income from copyright holders, but I'm still not sure.
Is this site legal? Sorry if this has been asked before. Thank you
in advance.




--
Rich De Steno







--
Affordably priced Accessible Talking MP3 Player/book Reader, Victor
Reader Stream & Trek, blindshell Classic phone, Bluetooth devices, and
accessories
http://www.talkingmp3players.com/
Email: laz@talkingmp3players.com
Phone: 727-498-0121
Personal Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/laz.mesa
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Talkingmp3players?_rdr










--
Affordably priced Accessible Talking MP3 Player/book Reader, Victor
Reader Stream & Trek, blindshell Classic phone, Bluetooth devices, and
accessories
http://www.talkingmp3players.com/
Email: laz@talkingmp3players.com
Phone: 727-498-0121
Personal Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/laz.mesa
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Talkingmp3players?_rdr


Re: Legality of Audiovault.net

Laz
 

Sure, if one is a customer of a particular business one may receive
messages from it; that's very understandable and as a customer you may
request to not receive any such messages. Can one do the same with the
blind mise business if one has never ordered anything from them, or
will one then not be able to access the blindmise movie vault any
longer?

I have heard that if one is overseas such as in the UK, Australia, and
such, that one can't get into the blindmise movie vault at all. I
wonder if this has anything to do with the fact that the blind mise
doesn't ship internationally...

Stay safe,

Laz

On 11/15/20, Monte Single <mrsingle@sasktel.net> wrote:
I probably get more junk mail from amazon than I do from the mice.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: November 15, 2020 11:42 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Legality of Audiovault.net

I doubt the Blind Mice Mart does this for security. They probably do so
because they want to send e-mails advertising their products. After all,
they should get some benefit. Those who want to use the vault don't need to
worry about intrusive amounts of messages. I get advertisements on and off
but it isn't at all intrusive, maybe once every week or two or maybe once a
month. I'm not sure ow often but its nothing to worry about.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Laz
Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2020 11:29 AM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Legality of Audiovault.net

Oh, it is illegal alright. On some of these described movies the
narrator will actually read the warning that most movies contain and
it makes it very clear that it is illegal to do what the file sharing
sites and email lists are doing. Take the blind mise movie vault for
example, one has to create an account and give one's email address in
order to get in to that section of their web site to even peruse
what's on there. If sharing these files were completely legal with no
chance of any legal repercussions why the need for that security
step...

Gene may be correct that we're such a small market and the fact that
no one has come after these mailing lists and web sites or it could be
the fact that no one has reported them to the legal authorities yet.

But yes, it is illegal to share or partake otherwise known as
pirating,of these files according to the on-screen warnings found inn
most movies.

Stay safe,

Laz

On 11/15/20, Rich DeSteno <axcruncher@gmail.com> wrote:
The use and distribution of these visual creative works, such as
movies, without permission of the creators probably does technically
violate the US Copyright Law. However, since these files with
descriptive audio are usually exclusively audio with no visual image,
they are of no significant use to sighted individuals. As such, little
actual harm is done to the marketability of the actual creation, which
primarily consists of visual images. In other words, these files are
only of real use to the blind, so nobody is that concerned about there
free distribution. On the other hand, the reproduction and distribution
of strictly audio material, such as recorded songs, is a totally
different case. The wide proliferation of this type of intellectual
property on the web is largely blatantly in violation of the Copyright
law. By now, most artists understand that there is little they can do
to stop it, so they tolerate it. Even music streaming services, such as
Spotify, pay only less than a half-cent to the creator of the song for
each play. For example, a song that is streamed a million times on
Spotify will only generate a little over four thousand dollars to the
composer and nothing to the performing artist. The artists and
composers take whatever they can make from download sites, such as Apple
Music and Amazon Music, but only the superstars really make the
significant money in music.



On 11/15/2020 3:35 AM, Samuel Wilkins wrote:
Hello all, someone on a list I'm on has asked about where they can
obtain audio described films and television shows, and one option
suggested was audiovault.net. I looked it up, and it said they don't
intend to take income from copyright holders, but I'm still not sure.
Is this site legal? Sorry if this has been asked before. Thank you
in advance.




--
Rich De Steno







--
Affordably priced Accessible Talking MP3 Player/book Reader, Victor
Reader Stream & Trek, blindshell Classic phone, Bluetooth devices, and
accessories
http://www.talkingmp3players.com/
Email: laz@talkingmp3players.com
Phone: 727-498-0121
Personal Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/laz.mesa
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Talkingmp3players?_rdr














--
Affordably priced Accessible Talking MP3 Player/book Reader, Victor
Reader Stream & Trek, blindshell Classic phone, Bluetooth devices, and
accessories
http://www.talkingmp3players.com/
Email: laz@talkingmp3players.com
Phone: 727-498-0121
Personal Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/laz.mesa
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Talkingmp3players?_rdr


Re: Legality of Audiovault.net

Laz
 

Ah. Now we're getting into the level of ethics and morality of a
business owner and the reasoning behind using something which is
illegal just to get more email adddresses to which they can advertise.
I'm sure they would like to avoid being contacted by the FBI or lawyer
representing the movie studios.

Besides you and I know exactly where these files originally came from
and if you missed that email message it's not the blind mise vault
doing any of the work. Should they benefit from these files? I have my
own opinion about that and you likely have your own. Needless to say
there are other sites these files may be freely downloaded by anyone
without the need to give up one's email address and receive any
advertising messages in return.

Stay safe,

Laz

On 11/15/20, Gene <gsasner@gmail.com> wrote:
I doubt the Blind Mice Mart does this for security. They probably do so
because they want to send e-mails advertising their products. After all,
they should get some benefit. Those who want to use the vault don't need to

worry about intrusive amounts of messages. I get advertisements on and off

but it isn't at all intrusive, maybe once every week or two or maybe once a

month. I'm not sure ow often but its nothing to worry about.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Laz
Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2020 11:29 AM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Legality of Audiovault.net

Oh, it is illegal alright. On some of these described movies the
narrator will actually read the warning that most movies contain and
it makes it very clear that it is illegal to do what the file sharing
sites and email lists are doing. Take the blind mise movie vault for
example, one has to create an account and give one's email address in
order to get in to that section of their web site to even peruse
what's on there. If sharing these files were completely legal with no
chance of any legal repercussions why the need for that security
step...

Gene may be correct that we're such a small market and the fact that
no one has come after these mailing lists and web sites or it could be
the fact that no one has reported them to the legal authorities yet.

But yes, it is illegal to share or partake otherwise known as
pirating,of these files according to the on-screen warnings found inn
most movies.

Stay safe,

Laz

On 11/15/20, Rich DeSteno <axcruncher@gmail.com> wrote:
The use and distribution of these visual creative works, such as
movies, without permission of the creators probably does technically
violate the US Copyright Law. However, since these files with
descriptive audio are usually exclusively audio with no visual image,
they are of no significant use to sighted individuals. As such, little
actual harm is done to the marketability of the actual creation, which
primarily consists of visual images. In other words, these files are
only of real use to the blind, so nobody is that concerned about there
free distribution. On the other hand, the reproduction and distribution
of strictly audio material, such as recorded songs, is a totally
different case. The wide proliferation of this type of intellectual
property on the web is largely blatantly in violation of the Copyright
law. By now, most artists understand that there is little they can do
to stop it, so they tolerate it. Even music streaming services, such as
Spotify, pay only less than a half-cent to the creator of the song for
each play. For example, a song that is streamed a million times on
Spotify will only generate a little over four thousand dollars to the
composer and nothing to the performing artist. The artists and
composers take whatever they can make from download sites, such as Apple
Music and Amazon Music, but only the superstars really make the
significant money in music.



On 11/15/2020 3:35 AM, Samuel Wilkins wrote:
Hello all, someone on a list I'm on has asked about where they can
obtain audio described films and television shows, and one option
suggested was audiovault.net. I looked it up, and it said they don't
intend to take income from copyright holders, but I'm still not sure.
Is this site legal? Sorry if this has been asked before. Thank you
in advance.




--
Rich De Steno







--
Affordably priced Accessible Talking MP3 Player/book Reader, Victor
Reader Stream & Trek, blindshell Classic phone, Bluetooth devices, and
accessories
http://www.talkingmp3players.com/
Email: laz@talkingmp3players.com
Phone: 727-498-0121
Personal Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/laz.mesa
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Talkingmp3players?_rdr









--
Affordably priced Accessible Talking MP3 Player/book Reader, Victor
Reader Stream & Trek, blindshell Classic phone, Bluetooth devices, and
accessories
http://www.talkingmp3players.com/
Email: laz@talkingmp3players.com
Phone: 727-498-0121
Personal Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/laz.mesa
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Talkingmp3players?_rdr


Re: Legality of Audiovault.net

Monte Single
 

I probably get more junk mail from amazon than I do from the mice.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: November 15, 2020 11:42 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Legality of Audiovault.net

I doubt the Blind Mice Mart does this for security. They probably do so because they want to send e-mails advertising their products. After all, they should get some benefit. Those who want to use the vault don't need to worry about intrusive amounts of messages. I get advertisements on and off but it isn't at all intrusive, maybe once every week or two or maybe once a month. I'm not sure ow often but its nothing to worry about.

Gene
-----Original Message-----
From: Laz
Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2020 11:29 AM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Legality of Audiovault.net

Oh, it is illegal alright. On some of these described movies the
narrator will actually read the warning that most movies contain and
it makes it very clear that it is illegal to do what the file sharing
sites and email lists are doing. Take the blind mise movie vault for
example, one has to create an account and give one's email address in
order to get in to that section of their web site to even peruse
what's on there. If sharing these files were completely legal with no
chance of any legal repercussions why the need for that security
step...

Gene may be correct that we're such a small market and the fact that
no one has come after these mailing lists and web sites or it could be
the fact that no one has reported them to the legal authorities yet.

But yes, it is illegal to share or partake otherwise known as
pirating,of these files according to the on-screen warnings found inn
most movies.

Stay safe,

Laz

On 11/15/20, Rich DeSteno <axcruncher@gmail.com> wrote:
The use and distribution of these visual creative works, such as
movies, without permission of the creators probably does technically
violate the US Copyright Law. However, since these files with
descriptive audio are usually exclusively audio with no visual image,
they are of no significant use to sighted individuals. As such, little
actual harm is done to the marketability of the actual creation, which
primarily consists of visual images. In other words, these files are
only of real use to the blind, so nobody is that concerned about there
free distribution. On the other hand, the reproduction and distribution
of strictly audio material, such as recorded songs, is a totally
different case. The wide proliferation of this type of intellectual
property on the web is largely blatantly in violation of the Copyright
law. By now, most artists understand that there is little they can do
to stop it, so they tolerate it. Even music streaming services, such as
Spotify, pay only less than a half-cent to the creator of the song for
each play. For example, a song that is streamed a million times on
Spotify will only generate a little over four thousand dollars to the
composer and nothing to the performing artist. The artists and
composers take whatever they can make from download sites, such as Apple
Music and Amazon Music, but only the superstars really make the
significant money in music.



On 11/15/2020 3:35 AM, Samuel Wilkins wrote:
Hello all, someone on a list I'm on has asked about where they can
obtain audio described films and television shows, and one option
suggested was audiovault.net. I looked it up, and it said they don't
intend to take income from copyright holders, but I'm still not sure.
Is this site legal? Sorry if this has been asked before. Thank you
in advance.




--
Rich De Steno







--
Affordably priced Accessible Talking MP3 Player/book Reader, Victor
Reader Stream & Trek, blindshell Classic phone, Bluetooth devices, and
accessories
http://www.talkingmp3players.com/
Email: laz@talkingmp3players.com
Phone: 727-498-0121
Personal Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/laz.mesa
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Talkingmp3players?_rdr


Re: Legality of Audiovault.net

Sharon Hooley
 

I wouldn't be surprised if it is illegal to share this part of a copywrited movies. But I want to point out that the narrator is reading what the screen is saying, whether it's that warning or the credits that are rolling by at the first or end of the movie. Another thing is that, if it still exists, Samobile has movies formatted like the talking books. The only thing I don't like about it is that it's ,a subscription service. But some people value it as worthwhile because it has a lot more content in it.


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On Nov 15, 2020, at 10:29 AM, Laz <laz@talkingmp3players.com> wrote:

Oh, it is illegal alright. On some of these described movies the
narrator will actually read the warning that most movies contain and
it makes it very clear that it is illegal to do what the file sharing
sites and email lists are doing. Take the blind mise movie vault for
example, one has to create an account and give one's email address in
order to get in to that section of their web site to even peruse
what's on there. If sharing these files were completely legal with no
chance of any legal repercussions why the need for that security
step...

Gene may be correct that we're such a small market and the fact that
no one has come after these mailing lists and web sites or it could be
the fact that no one has reported them to the legal authorities yet.

But yes, it is illegal to share or partake otherwise known as
pirating,of these files according to the on-screen warnings found inn
most movies.

Stay safe,

Laz

On 11/15/20, Rich DeSteno <axcruncher@gmail.com> wrote:
The use and distribution of these visual creative works, such as
movies, without permission of the creators probably does technically
violate the US Copyright Law. However, since these files with
descriptive audio are usually exclusively audio with no visual image,
they are of no significant use to sighted individuals. As such, little
actual harm is done to the marketability of the actual creation, which
primarily consists of visual images. In other words, these files are
only of real use to the blind, so nobody is that concerned about there
free distribution. On the other hand, the reproduction and distribution
of strictly audio material, such as recorded songs, is a totally
different case. The wide proliferation of this type of intellectual
property on the web is largely blatantly in violation of the Copyright
law. By now, most artists understand that there is little they can do
to stop it, so they tolerate it. Even music streaming services, such as
Spotify, pay only less than a half-cent to the creator of the song for
each play. For example, a song that is streamed a million times on
Spotify will only generate a little over four thousand dollars to the
composer and nothing to the performing artist. The artists and
composers take whatever they can make from download sites, such as Apple
Music and Amazon Music, but only the superstars really make the
significant money in music.



On 11/15/2020 3:35 AM, Samuel Wilkins wrote:
Hello all, someone on a list I'm on has asked about where they can
obtain audio described films and television shows, and one option
suggested was audiovault.net. I looked it up, and it said they don't
intend to take income from copyright holders, but I'm still not sure.
Is this site legal? Sorry if this has been asked before. Thank you
in advance.




--
Rich De Steno







--
Affordably priced Accessible Talking MP3 Player/book Reader, Victor
Reader Stream & Trek, blindshell Classic phone, Bluetooth devices, and
accessories
http://www.talkingmp3players.com/
Email: laz@talkingmp3players.com
Phone: 727-498-0121
Personal Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/laz.mesa
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Talkingmp3players?_rdr




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