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IN Science & Technology ON 01 Dec, 2015
We all use cell phones for almost everything. It's one of our most prized possessions.
But most of us are still not able to take full advantage of it. These tips and tricks will help you for sure. Give it a try.
Just use an ordinary pen for the stylus using a strip of tin foil. Just wrap the foil around the pen and tear according to the dimensions of pen so that it is enough to wrap up the pen. Then round up the bottom and top of the pen & simply use it as a stylus for your phone.
Use the negative end of a discharged battery. It's really handy and can be used for playing games.
Switch on the flashlight of your mobile phone & then take a plastic bottle full of water and place it on the top of the light. Dim the surrounding lights, it illuminates like a lamp.
If you accidently break your mobile phone into water, quickly dry up the phone with a paper towel & remove the battery and sim card if you can. Then put the phone into a bag of rice. If you are lucky, the rice wipes away the moisture of handset and after 24 hours it might work again.
Take a single piece of thick cardboard and make it into half that looks like a rectangle. With a pair of scissors, cut it into the given shape as shown above.
Take a pair of bounded clips & a thin strip of cardboard. Just attach the clips to the cardboard as shown and that's your stand. Place the stand horizontally so that it has the grip on holding the mobile phone.
Place the phone into an empty glass or cup to amplify the sound.
If you are in the hurry to charge your phone quickly, switch it on flight mode and connect it to the charger. The phone will use less energy and will charge quicker too.
A mobile phone can be used to photograph confirmation cards and other important documents. It can be useful to keep a record and it's really handy if you haven't got a printer.
Want to keep some money stuffed in the case of emergency? Remove the case of the phone, fold up the note and slide it in like a credit card and flip the phone back in.
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