Need A New Cell Phone? Confused By The One You Have? These Tips Can Help!

Embed

  1. Cell phones have come a long way in the past decade in terms of technology. It seems like each day there is something that new to learn. If you are still stuck with outdated cell phone knowledge, or maybe you just want to get in on the latest hot technology, then you will want to read the following article. Continue on for great tips on all the latest gadgets in the cell phone world.
  2. Sometimes signing a longer term contract is worth it to get the phone you want. Some providers will offer the best prices if you are willing to sign on for their service for a year or two. Just make sure you're willing to commit to the contract, because ending the term early can cost a lot in penalties.
  3. Also go into the store and look at various cell phone models before picking one. This will help you to make the right decision. This makes it more likely that you will end up with a phone that you like using.
  4. AS they age, smartphones can become slower. Downloaded updates can help the phones stay new longer. But those operating systems are normally designed for the newest and fastest phones, so at some point they may outpace your older generation phone. In a short amount of time, the upgrades might be too new for an old phone.
  5. Don't feel the need to spend the additional money on a cell phone screen protector. Today's cell phones are made from scratch resistant glass. This glass is so strong that even keys won't scratch it when they are next to a phone in your pocket. That screen protector is likely wasted money.
  6. As your smartphone gets older, it will start to slow down. Over time, simple things like updating apps may become cumbersome. It is these times where you will need to choose. Keep the old and familiar or take a chance with a new upgraded phone.
  7. If you have a smartphone, be aware that it will probably need to be replaced within a few years. Like a computer, cell phones are consistently using up memory and require newer operating systems. Eventually, your smart phone will become outdated and there will be no memory, meaning your phone will not properly function.
  8. Refrain from keeping your phone on for a long period of time when your signals are weak. This generally will kill your battery, leaving you will no juice when you need it most. Try to take your phone calls in places where your signals are very strong to save battery.
  9. Is your cell phone batter dying quickly? It's likely that your signal is low. Your battery life can be drained because of a bad signal. Never leave your phone somewhere where it has poor reception.
  10. Did you know that the battery in your cell phone has some reserved power? If you find that your cell phone battery is dead, and you have no way to charge it, enter the USSD "*3370#". You will see up to a 50% increase in power. This reserve power will charge the next time you charge your phone.
  11. Keep your phone close to a signal. Burying your phone in a purse or desk drawer can impact the signal strength. When the phone works harder to gain a strong signal, your battery life will drop. Keep the phone in a place where it can easily reach signal and you will keep your battery up.
  12. It might seem like common sense, but turning your phone off when you're not using it is a great way to save battery power and to extend battery life. If you're not expecting to answers calls while you're asleep, turn the phone off. And turn your phone off if you're in an area with no reception, because searching for service will drain battery life quickly.
  13. When you need to preserve battery power, turn off the vibrate function on your phone. The ringer takes a lot less power than the vibrate function, so you will preserve energy when you turn it off. If you need to use the phone silently, try a mosquito ringtone instead.
  14. Try to avoid using your bluetooth when you do not need to. Using a bluetooth for a cell phone causes the battery to drain much more quickly. Of course, there may be times when you need to use it, but whenever possible, try to use a headset or speakerphone instead.
  15. The best way to conserve the battery on your cell phone is by turning it off when you are not using it. Of course, this may not be possible if you need it for work or other important purposes. But, if you don't need to have it on, turn it off.
  16. Most cell phone owners probably wish schools taught about cell phones, but they do not. It is up to each cell phone user to educated him or herself on how to make the most of their cell phone. This article was here to help serve that cause with its ideas and advice.
Like
Share

Share

Facebook
Google+