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Google has agreed to a settlement that will pay original Google Pixel or Pixel XL owners up to five hundred dollars for a defective microphone in the phone that caused issues while calling. Other users may be eligible for up to $20.
Nolan wants to know if a mesh network can be deployed with a mobile app? Leo says that the earliest uses of MESH were through a mesh of internet hotspots with mobile phones. It talked to other mobile devices and connected them. It was to create a network where there is no internet. Here's an article about it - https://www.technologyreview.com/s/516571/build-your-own-internet-with-mobile-mesh-networking/
Andrew has an old Razor gaming smartphone and he's updated it to Android 8 Oreo. But he's almost run out of space on his SD card, and he doesn't have any photos or videos on it. He backs up everything to Google Photos. What is going on? Leo says to pop your SD card out and look at it. See if it has a ton of temp files on it. You can even format it. Then put it back in. It's also possible Andrew bought a counterfeit card that says it's a 256GB size. It happens a lot, even buying on Amazon. There's also an app called FILES by Google, which can clean out your SD card for you.
Steve is traveling to Mexico and wants to know what's the best way to stay connected with data. Leo recommends PrepaidwithData.wikia.com. It'll also tell you the best hotspots. Get a MyFi card and you get LTE with up to five devices connected. What about phone calls? Leo says that most companies actually offer you a better deal by adding Mexico and Canada to your plan.
Vic says that Google Voice has a setting to turn off Caller ID. But you have to do it from your web browser. Spectrum also has a special Roku app to get local channels through the internet.
Eddy just wants to listen to music or stream on his phone without being disturbed. How can he turn off his phone without losing internet? Leo says that he can maybe turn it off in phone settings. He could turn on call forwarding. *72. Input another number, and it will forward all calls to that number, like a landline or a Google Voice. Then *73 to turn it off. He can also try turning on airplane mode, and then re-enable WiFi for data only.
Seal just doesn't answer her phone anymore because of robocalls, so she just lets the phone go to voicemail. And if it's legit, she calls back. She can even put her phone in do not disturb mode, except for contacts. Leo says that's all she can really do to avoid answering a robocall.
David is tired of getting unwanted robocalls on his business number. How can he get rid of them? Leo says "welcome to the club!" since he can't really. He can block the number, sure, but after a short time, they use another number. So we just can't win. And blocks only really work when you're a residential customer. That's why Leo uses Google Voice for his number. That way it can get blocked at the Google level. The other option is an app like Burner to do it... or even Nomorobo.
Suzanne is going camping in Russia for a week, out in the middle of nowhere. She wants to know how she can charge her phone while out there. Leo says that Suzanne may not be able to use the phone in the mountains. But in the city, she may have a better option. Verizon now has an unlimited data day pass for about $10/day. So when she's in the city, she can turn it on. For charging them, Leo recommends GOAL ZERO since their solar chargers are really well made.
Marie has a cellphone that has an upside down question mark on the keyboard, what gives? Leo says it sounds like the keyboard was changed to a Spanish language keyboard. If your phone also has an upside-down exclamation mark, then that's the case. Go into the settings and reset your keyboard.