OAKHURST — If you’re having difficulty hearing or seeing on your Android smartphone, or it’s tricky for you to operate easily, a representative from California Phones will be available at the Oakhurst Branch Library on Saturday Oct. 27 to walk Android owners through the basic functions of their smartphone.
The free workshop is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon in the library’s Community Room at 49044 Civic Circle Drive in Oakhurst.
Robert “Skippy” Sumner, an outreach specialist for the Deaf & Disabled Telecommunications Program of the California Telephone Access Program, says people must bring their own Android smartphone to the workshop.
Sumner said he will be assisting Pa Kou Cha, a California Telephone Access Program lead trainer, at the workshop.
In the class, Sumner says participants will learn how to make their Android smartphone louder and easier to hear, send text messages, connect Bluetooth devices, and operate the basic functions of Android smartphones.
“This training is for anyone who has an Android smartphone and doesn’t know how to use it,” he explains.
This event is for Android phones only. Space in the class is limited so people are encouraged to register now by calling the library at (559) 683-4838.
The free workshop is sponsored by the Friends of the Oakhurst Branch Library. For more information, call (559) 683-4838 or visit www.oakhurstfobl.com