Auto Backup files and settings on your Android Phone


 A while ago I did a post about this app that I use on my android phone called Drive Sync -   I have a really good use for this program besides for the ones that I had specified in the last post. Recently I had dropped my cellphone in the water and it died. Luckily I had all my photos backedup, as well as most of my media but I did not have my app settings backed up.

This program if I would have thouth ahead could have saved all my settings on all my apps that have automatic preferences backed up for my apps (some have this, the other ones I could have just saved to a folder or something), but if I would have had this setup, all my preferences for all the applications that I use quite a bit could have been backedup. I could have all the important stuff that if I were to lose my phone, what would I want backedup to my Google Drive account, to which I could have backed up all my settings easily. I also could have backed up the settings for the app that backs up the settings to make everything fairly self sufficient.

I always said that I would never drop my phone into the water as I was careful, but the otterbox holster that I had it on had started to wear away and it was not as secure as it should have been.

Some may say that there is nothing on their phone that they cannot live without, while some of that may be true, if you really feel that way lock your phone away and go without it for a few days and see what you really "need". Find those and back the settings up so that if something bad happens, you have everything backed up!

The KrisAnne Hall Show - Democrats Questioning Federal Authority

This is another podcast from one of the many podcasts that I like to listen to. This one is from the KrisAnne Hall Show, definately worth a listen! If you like what she says, she does do FREE speaking events! Just check out her website at

Democrats Questioning Federal Authority

"Democrats Questioning Federal Authority02/01/2017 -

Politics can make for good entertainment at times. It would seem as if the Democrats have suddenly taken up the cause of executive orders and their Constitutional validity. I’m not sure Trump has used his pen and his phone together yet, as Obama did, but it does make one wonder what these same democrats were […]

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The Jason Stapleton Program - 531: Big Brother Fights to Control the Narrative

This is another podcast from one of the many podcasts that I like to listen to. This one is from the Jason Stapleton Program, definately worth a listen!

531: Big Brother Fights to Control the Narrative


With the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to fill the vacancy left by the death of Antonin Scalia, the battle lines in Washington have been drawn.

Even before Trumps pick was announced, Democrats were lining up in open opposition to whoever was chosen. Today, Republicans voted to change the rules to push forward the nominations of the HHS Secretary and Treasury Secretary after Democrats refused to attend the committee meeting, preventing a vote from taking place.

The Blaze is also reporting the White House has put a ban on spokespeople speaking to CNN claiming the network, "doesn't help them spread their message."

The battle lines have been drawn. Today I'm going to explain what's happening on Capitol Hill. Rumors and allegations are flying, and I'm going to separate the truth from the lies.