Audio Documentation for the BlindShell Classic 2 Talking Cellular Phone

Discover the features, functionality, and fun available with the BlindShell Classic 2 phone in this comprehensive audio documentation from Mystic Access. Learn about the phone’s orientation, configuration, how to make calls, send texts, check email, browse the internet, use and install a huge variety of exciting applications, and much more. Packed with demos and tips from blind professionals who use the phone.


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At last, a comprehensive audio tutorial on the BlindShell Classic 2 mobile phone. While the audio is created by Mystic Access, we do not sell the phone itself, nor do we have any affiliation with BlindShell. For more info on the BlindShell Classic 2, or to learn more about the phone for yourself or someone you love, activate this link to locate a dealer near you.

In this straight forward and informal audio documentation, Chris and Kim Nova share the benefits of the BlindShell Classic 2 cell phone, provide thorough orientation so you can use it easily and quickly, and share the wealth of features, functions, and fun the BlindShell Classic 2 provides. If you’re seeking a mobile phone with an intuitive interface, tactile physical buttons and speech throughout the user experience, the BlindShell Classic 2 delivers all that and more. Read below to discover all you’ll learn in this documentation. It’s packed with real world demonstrations and tips to make getting started stress free and fun.

BlindShell classic 2 Audio Tutorial Table of Contents

  • What is the BlindShell Classic 2 cell phone and why might you want it? Specifications are discussed.
  • How does it differ from the original BlindShell Classic 1, and why do I want this newer phone?
  • What’s in the box?
  • Orientation to the phone, including how to find and recognize each key and their shapes/distinguishing features.
  • Putting in the battery.
  • Inserting the SIM and SD cards.
  • Charging with the USB/dock.
  • Powering on the phone.
  • Initial startup.
  • Orientation to button functionality. All key functions will be demonstrated in detail as we proceed.
  • Navigating the menu and explaining the menu items.
  • Locking and unlocking the phone. What is it and how does it work?
  • Powering off the phone. Reminder about how to power it back on.
  • Finding out about status info and reading notifications.
  • The built-in manual.
  • Getting help.
  • Settings–configuring your Blind Shell. This includes sections on:
  • sounds, including changing ringtones, volumes, voice speed and pitch, etc.
  • keyboard
  • display, including brightness, screen lock, etc
  • networks
  • favorite applications
  • screen reader
  • SD card format
  • date, time, and time zone
  • Language
  • system update
  • about phone
  • Let’s go online. Connecting to the internet.
  • Updating your BlindShell.
  • Adding/editing/deleting contacts.
  • Configuring the emergency SOS button.
  • Using the phone with your voice. Voice control, voice dialing and voice dictation.
  • Making and receiving calls.
  • Setting up/using speed dials.
  • Composing and receiving text messages.
  • Applications installed on your BlindShell Classic 2 out of the box. Overview.
  • Browsing the internet. Visiting sites, completing tasks online, bookmarking favorite sites, viewing your site history, configuring browser settings, finding files downloaded from the internet, and getting help.
  • Tools. These include:
  • alarm
  • calculator
  • calendar
  • flashlight
  • minute timer
  • notes
  • stopwatch
  • unit converter
  • voice recorder
  • weather
  • Communication, which includes by default
  • Email. Configuring / checking / composing, etc.
  • Discussing What’s App
  • Media, which includes by default:
  • camera
  • FM radio
  • images
  • internet radio
  • music player
  • YouTube
  • Books, which includes by default: book reader
  • games, which includes by default: Memory Game.
  • Vision Aids, which includes:
  • beepers
  • color indicator
  • localization
  • magnifying glass
  • NFC object tagging
  • How to add additional applications to your BlindShell–section overview.
  • Browsing the app catalog
  • Installing and updating apps
  • Catalog settings
  • Let’s explore a few exciting available apps!
  • Aira Explorer
  • Amazon Alexa
  • Amazon Shopping
  • Audible
  • Be My Eyes
  • BlindShell Podcast Player
  • Dice Roller
  • Document Reader
  • Facebook Messenger
  • Google Lookout
  • Guitar Tuner
  • LibriVox
  • Metronome
  • QR Object Tagging
  • Shazam Song Recognition
  • Skype Lite
  • Step Counter
  • Video Camera and Video Player
  • Wumpus Game
  • What if you don’t know what an app is or does?
  • There’s an app I really want to see included! How do I install it? What do I do?
    • Care and feeding of the BlindShell classic 2
    • Is your BlindShell too complicated? How to simplify it for easier use.
    • Troubleshooting tips.
    • Additional resources and concluding thoughts.

    This documentation is over eight hours in length, and can support you whether you’re just getting started using the phone, or if you’re a more advanced user wanting to integrate more of its features into your daily life.

    This is a pay your price product, meaning that you can give an amount you can afford in exchange for the product. Due to the amount of time and attention that goes into creating such an extensive product, however, the minimum price for this material is $29. We appreciate your interest.

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