Tag Archive for: ipad

Emma and Dad Q&A No. 5

28 Jul
July 28, 2015

Today I welcome Emma back into the TommyLog studio’s. Viewer email has been streaming in and today we answer some hard hitting – probing questions from our viewers.

1- What do you watch on YouTube on your spare time?
2- Where is your favorite place to go for fun?
3-What do you do thats not on your iPad?
4-What do you like to do in school?

We love questions – thanks to everyone who emailed us.

email me at tommytrc at gmail.com if you have a question for either me or Emma.

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TommyLog TECH – Spring Cleaning Your IOS Device

17 Jun
June 17, 2015

Spring CleaningHey kids, it’s Tommy and for today’s TommyLog TECH I want to talk about doing a little spring cleaning on your IOS devise. Last night I was watching a movie with my sweetheart on my iPad. A quarter of the way though the movie I got an error message saying that I was out of memory. How could that be?  I have a 32 GB IPad Air and I should have plenty of free storage space.

Well enough of this, I’m going to do some spring cleaning here. What I did applies to any late model IOS device, iPad, iPod Touch or iPhone.

First you need to make sure you have a good backup. I use Apple’s iCloud service  but you can use iTunes too. Here’s a great article from apple on backing up you iDevice https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203977

After you have verified and backed up your devise you need to reset it. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201274

After resetting, reload your saved settings and apps from either your iCloud or iTunes backup and BAM!

It’s that simple- and welcome back free space 🙂 BEFORE 1.25 GB free space – AFTER 15.4 GB free space.


TommyLog – Drew’s Favorite Video Game

29 Apr
April 29, 2015

Drew is home sick and what better things to do…make a video. Today we talk about Drew’s favorite video games in the Nintendo Wii-U and iPad.

TommyLog TECH – Belkin WeMo Switch #VZWbuzz

03 Jan
January 3, 2014

When my good friends at Verizon asked me to test the new Belkin WeMo Switch, I was more than happy to do so.

This thing is just dead simple to use.  Follow a few simple instructions and you ar ready to go in under 10 min flat. Well mine took a bit longer as I had firmware to update, but my mileage may not be typical.

Anyone looking to add a bit of home automation to your life, this is a super easy way to get started.

[DISCLAIMER — I’m one of the cool kids who has been asked to play with and test technology for Verizon. They asked me to do a blog posting. All my words are original and my own.]


Red Shoes Speaks No. 76 – to Fire or Not to Fire, That is the Question

16 Mar
March 16, 2012

Lisa and Tommy talk about the new Amazon Kindle Fire and what role it plays in the marketplace.