Audio Tips And Guides

Unboxing the Oukitel K6000Pro

This is a phone from 2016 that I got last Fall.

This is a Chinese phone running MM6.0 with 32Gigs of storage,
3Gigs of RAM,
600mAh Battery,
5.5 Inches,
running Mediatek.

The core of this is intended to see if Accessibility can be enabled by using the two-finger hold down on first boot.

The phone behave as expected when two fingers are placed on the face of the phone on first boot, thereby, enabling accessibility out of the box.

Take a listen to the audio demonstration.

Unboxing the Alcatel U16Max

This is a little audio demonstrating as to whether or not the Alcatel U16Max has accessibility built in.

Unfortunately, this phone doesn't have Talkback built in, thus, trying to start Accessibility simply brings about the TTS saying that Accessibility is enabled, but because Talkback isn't built in, that announcement doesn't follow the TTS announcement that says "accessibility" has been enabled.

Sony Xperia X Performance Podcast

This podcast is intended to give you an idea of the Sony Xperia X Performance. I set it up and run it under water. I describe most things on the phone. This is my first podcast, so I apologize if there's anything of significance I have missed. I also describe the wonderful experience I have had, working with Sony to get bugs ironed out in TB, over the last 2 years. This really is a great phone. I hope you enjoy listening to this podcast. I adore Sony phones and hope you'll give this a look.


Describes Google's new chat app. Briefly covers sending text messages, audio clips, stickers, and location. I forgot to explain that a phone number is required to set up the app but that the app uses Wi-Fi, not data. I also forgot to mention that you can long-press individual messages to bring up additional action items. Options vary, but may include Share, Forward, Copy, and Delete.


Ana and Reeva place and answer video calls on Duo.


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