Moving Apps from Internal Storage to SD Card (#Huawei)

20 Apr

**Author is not responsible for anything that results from you testing these steps.  This is not guaranteed to work nor is it from a ‘phone professional.’  I just bought an SD card and spent hours trying to figure out how to move things because the internet was generally unhelpful. This is what worked for me.  If you are at all concerned about the risk, ask a professional phone person to help you.  

Step 1 – Setting up SD Card

  1. Plug the SD card into your phone. 
  2. Go to “Settings”
  3. At the bottom go to “Advanced Settings”
  4. Go to “Memory & Storage”
  5. Under “portable storage” click “SD card” 
  6. Click “Format” if is possible. 
  7. Go back to Memory & Storage
  8. Click “Default Location” 
  9. Choose SD Card. 
  10. The phone will restart and new things will go into the SD card from now on. 

Step 2 – Moving Apps from Internal Storage to SD Card

  1. Go to “Settings”
  2. Go to “Apps”
  3. Click on the App you want to move.
  4. Click “Storage.”  You’ll now see a line at the top that says “Storage Used      Internal Storage”
  5. If it can be moved below that line should be a button “Change”
  6. Click “Change 
  7. Choose “SD Card”
  8. Click “Move”
  9. You’ve done it!

 

#Tuvalu and the #Round Ocean Economy

19 Apr

#Student – They (#tuvalu) are a good economy becuase the land is small and the ocean is round.

#Me — It’s the ’round’ #ocean that is the make-or-break factor here. . . Those hexagonal oceans are just worthless. Might as well not exist. 🏝️😝

#Teacher #teach #humor #funny

Terrorists for #Tourism = Bad Foreign Policy!

17 Apr

#Student: Tuvalu has some nice #beaches. So they can let some more terrorists in their country and get better profit.
Me: . . . . . 😮 I think you meant “#tourist” darlin. I’m pretty sure terrorists do not equal more profits.🌴🏝️

#Diversity – It’s More Than Just a Hiring Issue!

16 Apr

Being ‘diverse’ is more than just hiring the right people and ‘seeing everyone the same.’ It means recognizing differences, acknowledging them, and responding appropriately when necessary.   Having a strong Business Culture involves understanding the background that people are coming from and adapting to it as needed so that people feel motivated and comfortable.  For example, if you are going to do business in China, you should do some research into their traditions.  Even if it’s not ‘unfair treatment’ — assigning someone from China to chair #4 may actually cause a problem for them culturally (4 can represent death or bad luck in Asian cultures).  Many of my Chinese students feel very uncomfortable being asked to be in ‘Group 4’ or to sit in ‘Chair 4’ during a project.   It’s important that I (as an international employee) be aware of that and do my best to find work-arounds.  It isn’t difficult, but it does take some thought and forward planning. 

The #Royalty is here! Now go away. . . . (#Teaching humor)

15 Apr

My class roster: Duke, King, Noble, Catherine, Peter, Ivan, Henry, Harry, Elizabeth, Helen, Kate, William, John, Robert, James, Solomon, David

Me : Now that the royalty has all arrived. . . Let’s talk about why Feudalism is a terrible system. 

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#Exports – Look Don’t Touch

12 Apr

#Mercantilism at its worst 😂😂😂 No buying #exports here!!! ONLY #IMPORTS ALLOWED!

*Mercantilism is the belief that you should encourage exporting and limit imports’ – I just taught it in class the other day 😉

#Taiwan Street #Musician

12 Apr

The #Shanghai Bund

12 Apr

#Shanghai Bund! All lit up – it just #shines
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#China #Waterscape of Tongli

10 Apr

Some ancient #bridges on the waterways of #Tongli in Southern #China.

#Teacher Life 😂

9 Apr

75% of a #teachers job is bribing other teachers to do something 😂 Come to #education – You’ll work to death, but have an abundance of cookie bribes!

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