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Mobile Device Setup

Mobile Device Setup

There are all kinds of mobile devices that can be connected to your computer. Do you own a smartphone or tablet? How about an mp3 player like an iPod? Call us out to get all of these gadgets and more setup and syncing correctly with your desktop or laptop computer. To ensure this is done properly, we will:

Setup your mobile device
Setup your mobile device

If you have a new mobile device, our Geek will work with you through the set up process. You could want to be able to do any number of things on it: send and receive emails, download and play music and movies, read E-books or perhaps share digital photos. We can help with all of these requests and almost any others you may have.

Sync your mobile device with your computer
Sync your mobile device with your computer

After setup, the next step is to sync your mobile device with your desktop or laptop computer. This just means that whatever you do on your mobile device will be reflected on your computer and vice versa: if you were to take a photo on your smartphone, it would then show up on your computer too. Similarly, if you downloaded a song on your computer, it would automatically transfer to your mobile device the next time you connected the two.

Show you how to use the device
Show you how to use the device

Finally, we will show you how to use your mobile device in order to get the most out of it. Perhaps you’re not aware of all the great features that are available on it – we’ll explain what they are, how they might help you in your everyday life and how to use them. Alternatively, maybe you’ve researched things and know exactly what features you plan to use but don’t know how to use them. Don’t stress, we’ll show you how!

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