Jan 27, 2015 at 22:02 o\clock

Top Tips To Help You Get The Most From Your Cell Phone

These days, a good cell phone is a must. You should be educated when it comes to cell phones. Read on to learn just that.

It is important that you reset your phone once in awhile to ensure that memory from programs such as Facebook and Twitter is cleared from storage. This will help your phone to perform its best.

If your phone gets wet, don't automatically assume it's dead. Take the battery out and put it into a bowl full of rice. This will allow moisture to get soaked up that is inside your device.

Be wary of extended warranties. Such extra - - costs tend not to be worthwhile. You will notice most problems within the first year generally, and the original warranty covers any of those issues. Extended warranties are generally not worth it.

If you must call for information on a - galaxy tab 2 - cellphone, you don't need to pay huge charges for it. You can call 1-800-411-FREE instead. You will hear an ad, and then you can get the info you need.

Is your battery dying quickly? This can be the sign of a weak signal. This can drain your battery quickly. When not using the phone, don't put it somewhere that the signal is low.

Make sure that you need a smartphone before going out there and making a purchase. These will cost you a pretty penny but provide a wealth of options and services. However, if you just want to make and receive calls, you don't need a smartphone. Buying a smart phone is expensive from the get-go, and then it costs a lot in - - monthly fees. This might not be the best choice.

Prior to purchasing a smartphone, be sure it is what you need. Smartphones are costly, but they have lots of benefits. The main issue is, a lot of people just require a phone that's basic to make their phone calls. If you do not require such advanced features, it's difficult to justify the hefty price tag and monthly bills. Doing this may not be wise.

Don't get your phone wet. If it is immersed, it will probably break. Ideally, don't even place your phone anywhere near water. You may think you can prevent drops, but anything can happen.

Cases usually aren't necessary for many new phones. Smartphone manufacturers often already use hard materials such as Kevlar or even carbon fibers in the cell phone construction. Cases add protection and make using the phone difficult. Learn about your phone and decide if your phone needs a case or not.

The camera on your phone doesn't have optical zoom. Move closer to get a better shot. There are also lenses that you can buy that will fit onto your smartphone that will let you zoom in.

Cell phones are gaining in popularity and are more widespread than almost every other part of technology. Still, despite their common nature, a lot of information is required by a user to really make a cell phone work right. With any luck, this article has offered the facts you needed to shop with confidence.

Jan 15, 2015 at 02:27 o\clock

Screw It

When I began thinking of publishing, there were several different things that I listed out; I am just enthusiastic about a lot of things that I couldn't choose to write on only one. Electronics, Cell phones, Gaming, Fashion, Jewellery, Cooking and also the list is lengthy!

So I finally came to the conclusion I will write about things I really feel and I am in the frame of mind for. I dont intend this to be a goody goody blog, I'd like this to become a no holds barred blog where I have the freedom to post the way I want to, how I wish to when I want to. Thankfully there won't be any deadlines waiting and no one is checking my language :)

So I will certainly let off steam about just about everything - be it the president, burnt lasagna, or even the torn pair of shoes! Therefore screw it! Feel free to leave a comment or go along with me or disagree with me.

So to warm-up here is a joke to create the mood -

A husband and wife are trying to set up a new password for their computer. The husband puts, "Mypenis," and the wife falls on the ground laughing because on the screen it says, "Error. Not long enough."

This was just an introduction, next will probably be a rant, I promise