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Have you ever lost your phone or had it stolen? What was on your phone that you'll never get back? Apps, sure, but those are backed up in your account usually. What about your photos? You'll never see them again. Don't let that happen.
This course will show you how simple it is to get your phone setup with the best protection on the planet for free.
Here's what you get from this course:
Americans lose their phone about one a year, or get it stolen. This does not include getting broken or upgraded. Phones are lost or stolen every hour in the US as well. It is a problem in many countries all over the world.
I have many friends and family members who have lost their phones or broken them, so I wanted to create a simple quick course to help at least save the photos and videos that you can never get back.
Another big issue I've seen with iPhones especially is that the phone gets full and makes you have to delete photos to continue using it. This course shows you how to never have that issue again.
According to some reports, around 167,720 are stolen or lost every day in the US. Americans lose their phone about once a year on average. This is a big issue, especially when a lot of us don't even know how to get our photos off our phones.
Another big problem is storing so many photos that you run out of space and can't use the phone for much picture and video taking after that. iPhones are especially notorious for this, and is a big issue for a lot of us. How do you get all those photos off and onto somewhere securely and keep them all but still get them all off your phone so you can reclaim that space?
Well, this course aims to answer both of these issues for you. I hope it helps you solve these technology issues for you. I created this course with you in mind. As always let me know if I can explain something better or help you in any way in this course.
Meet the instructor of this course, Ryan Carter and learn why he is a good guy. Also, why he knows things you should know too.
Overview PDF of how your mobile phone or tablet and desktop computers connect to Dropbox and OneDrive cloud storage sync services and what happens to your photos, videos, and other files when you use these services.
Setup your Dropbox account and set it up with your desktop computer.
Use the power and stability of the world's best cloud storage companies, based on giant companies like Microsoft and Amazon and their powerful platforms to safeguard your media, photos, and videos.
See how simple it is to download and install the iPhone Dropbox app
Learn about some special options that Dropbox has for iPhone, including Background sync, and Wifi-only sync.
See how the Android app works and what exact settings to use for best results
Free up space on your phone by deleting photos from your phone that you don't need available every day, but they can still be accessed on the Dropbox app
Learn what you can do with photos once they are stored in the cloud, Create prints, mousepads, photo books, and all kinds of custom products
Dropbox is a great cloud service to help you save all your photos and videos from being lost or destroyed.
Setup your OneDrive account and learn how to get 100GB of free storage space from Bing for the first year.
Download and install Microsoft's OneDrive app for iPhone
See OneDrive web sharing options and the printing 1-hour photo integration with Walgreens offered by Microsoft
Microsoft's OneDrive is a cloud service backed by years of development and a good infrastructure. It is a great choice to keep all your digital memories safe.
How much did you learn in this course?
The end of the course, and final words on how to cloud services for backing up your files online
I've been playing with technology since I was a kid. At 13 I was building websites by hand in HTML and Frontpage 98 (which is how I learned what not to do). Since then I've been a computer addict and web programmer. I was programming Alpha3 databases on an old green monochrome IBM years before, but at the time I didn't know THAT was programming.
I've always been an avid reader and insatiable learner, I started rearranging bits and bytes to make the computer behave the way I wanted as a kid and have always had a knack for explaining complex things in simple language. I like to help anyone I can in my area of expertise.
If you ever need help, I personally answer all discussions as soon as possible and all comments on my YouTube channel as well. I am here to help with your technology learning so anytime I can assist you, please contact me. Thanks!