Your grandparents never grew up with a cell phone in their pocket. In fact, it is likely that your parents didn’t have one of these devices until they were middle aged. That means it is your responsibility to seek out tips and tricks on your own, such as those in this article.
Remember to restart your cellphone every now and then to remove memory stored from programs such as Twitter and Facebook. Doing this about every two or three days will definitely help your phone’s performance.
Try to limit the amount of video that you watch over the web during the course of the day. Video will destroy your GB allowance as it is usually streaming and requires a lot of data to run. If you are watching YouTube videos often during the day, you may want to opt for unlimited data.
If your cell phone is acting slowly after an operating system upgrade, it may be time for a replacement. This is especially true for older phones. It may be so old that the new operating system is too memory intensive to operate smoothly on your phone. Talk with a carrier to see what your options are.
Your cell phone won’t be toast when dropped into water. Take the battery out and put it into a bowl full of rice. It will help clear out any moisture that’s still sitting in the phone.
Debrand your phone if you want to increase the memory that you have. This means that you will remove all of the themes, logos and images of the company that it relates to, which will give you more ability to purchase ringtones and images from other providers of cell phone service.
While you may not be able to learn much about cell phones from your parents or grandparents, you can teach those old dogs some new tricks! Share this article with them so they can know as much about the topic as you now do. That way you can all benefit from these amazing tips!