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    How to identify the damage in the smartphone?

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    A modern day tech user - and that is not one these days - has had to purchasing handheld mobile phones like never before. For most of us, carrying a smartphone or a tablet isn't any different than carrying our wallet. But similar to electronic devices, something or perhaps the other can make a mistake because of the best of them.

    The worst part of owning the unit comes them to a service centre if one has to take. Many problems are either not covered within the warranty, or a heavy bill and inconvenience awaits an individual. In reality, the feeling of going to a service centre can be a experience that is nightmarish itself utilizing the best of brands.

    But more often than not, the healthiness of your favourite gadget could possibly never be as bad by following some simple steps as it seems and you can fix the problem yourself. Here are some tips.

    'Druken' smartphone

    Should your phone gets wet, don't ever try to switch it on as it may cause short-circuiting into the phone and may even lead to a larger loss. Immediately remove your phone's battery and use a towel then to dry the physical parts of the smartphone and when you are through it, bury your phone therefore the battery in a bowl saturated in rice. This will result in the rice to absorb most of the moisture and water from the device.

    One of the best actions you can take is always to put the smartphone that is wet the back of your computer monitor or TV screen on the heat vents. The conventional heat waves taken from these devices are just perfect to dry and fix your phone. Else, you can put the smartphone in front of the ac unit as well. Because the cold air from the AC is dry, it will dry your phone up quicker than you might expect.

    You can simply detach all the removable components of your smartphone including the battery and keep it into the oven for over night. But be very certain to set oven simply to warm lest some serious damages may occur.

    To be in the safer side it is possible to later use a hair dryer to get rid of the rest of the moisture and water through the phone, however, avoid using a dryer once the first solution. This can worsen the situation by blowing the water droplets into deeper areas of your phone.

    Scratches from the screen

    With your smartphone without a screen guard is not actually a act that is brave the scratches that may appear on screen after sometime will truly pinch you hard.

    Well, toothpaste will allow you to fix those scratches and also make you phone's screen as shiny as your teeth.Just put toothpaste from the screen and gently rub it in circular motion with a soft cloth or cotton and then wipe the whole lot with a soft and cloth that is slightly damp.

    Note: Make sure it really is a toothpaste and never a tooth gel.

    Phone shuts-off randomly

    Another common issue that occurs with smartphones is the fact that they randomly turn off. Well, this time towards a few things: Either you have got dropped your phone a number that is good of or even the battery is loose.

    Buying a new battery can be an expensive solution particularly when it is possible to solve this dilemma with a tiny bit of paper.All you need to do is always to take a little bit of paper and fold it. Then open the rear cover of one's phone and insert the folded bit of paper between your side of battery pack and also the edge of the phone, regarding the side that is opposite the terminals of this battery are observed. This may keep the battery firmly in position and prevent your phone from shutting down.

    Ice cold batteries

    Bought a phone that is new which is losing charge within weeks? Then you can try keeping it within the refrigerator. Sounds odd however it is true. The majority of the smartphones use lithium ion batteries that get exhausted due to the heat generted in their use.

    Keeping them in cold environment not only extends their life but additionally increases their power. But be sure that the batteries are wrapped in a poly bag or a zip lock bag while they are inside the refigerator.

    One other ways that are simple by turning off screen's auto-rotate function, Bluetooth, reducing the screen brightness and GPS. If you're not really bothered about utilizing the Wi-Fi and also an internet pack activated, you can easily switch the Wi-Fi off as well. However, if the problem still persists, the likelihood is a software issue and you also must take your phone to a technician.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymoneykarma View Post
    A modern day tech user - and that is not one these days - has had to purchasing handheld mobile phones like never before. For most of us, carrying a smartphone or a tablet isn't any different than carrying our wallet. But similar to electronic devices, something or perhaps the other can make a mistake because of the best of them.

    The worst part of owning the unit comes them to a service centre if one has to take. Many problems are either not covered within the warranty, or a heavy bill and inconvenience awaits an individual. In reality, the feeling of going to a service centre can be a experience that is nightmarish itself utilizing the best of brands.

    But more often than not, the healthiness of your favourite gadget could possibly never be as bad by following some simple steps as it seems and you can fix the problem yourself. Here are some tips.

    'Druken' smartphone

    Should your phone gets wet, don't ever try to switch it on as it may cause short-circuiting into the phone and may even lead to a larger loss. Immediately remove your phone's battery and use a towel then to dry the physical parts of the smartphone and when you are through it, bury your phone therefore the battery in a bowl saturated in rice. This will result in the rice to absorb most of the moisture and water from the device.

    One of the best actions you can take is always to put the smartphone that is wet the back of your computer monitor or TV screen on the heat vents. The conventional heat waves taken from these devices are just perfect to dry and fix your phone. Else, you can put the smartphone in front of the ac unit as well. Because the cold air from the AC is dry, it will dry your phone up quicker than you might expect.

    You can simply detach all the removable components of your smartphone including the battery and keep it into the oven for over night. But be very certain to set oven simply to warm lest some serious damages may occur.

    To be in the safer side it is possible to later use a hair dryer to get rid of the rest of the moisture and water through the phone, however, avoid using a dryer once the first solution. This can worsen the situation by blowing the water droplets into deeper areas of your phone.

    Scratches from the screen

    With your smartphone without a screen guard is not actually a act that is brave the scratches that may appear on screen after sometime will truly pinch you hard.

    Well, toothpaste will allow you to fix those scratches and also make you phone's screen as shiny as your teeth.Just put toothpaste from the screen and gently rub it in circular motion with a soft cloth or cotton and then wipe the whole lot with a soft and cloth that is slightly damp.

    Note: Make sure it really is a toothpaste and never a tooth gel.

    Phone shuts-off randomly

    Another common issue that occurs with smartphones is the fact that they randomly turn off. Well, this time towards a few things: Either you have got dropped your phone a number that is good of or even the battery is loose.

    Buying a new battery can be an expensive solution particularly when it is possible to solve this dilemma with a tiny bit of paper.All you need to do is always to take a little bit of paper and fold it. Then open the rear cover of one's phone and insert the folded bit of paper between your side of battery pack and also the edge of the phone, regarding the side that is opposite the terminals of this battery are observed. This may keep the battery firmly in position and prevent your phone from shutting down.

    Ice cold batteries

    Bought a phone that is new which is losing charge within weeks? Then you can try keeping it within the refrigerator. Sounds odd however it is true. The majority of the smartphones use lithium ion batteries that get exhausted due to the heat generted in their use.

    Keeping them in cold environment not only extends their life but additionally increases their power. But be sure that the batteries are wrapped in a poly bag or a zip lock bag while they are inside the refigerator.

    One other ways that are simple by turning off screen's auto-rotate function, Bluetooth, reducing the screen brightness and GPS. If you're not really bothered about utilizing the Wi-Fi and also an internet pack activated, you can easily switch the Wi-Fi off as well. However, if the problem still persists, the likelihood is a software issue and you also must take your phone to a technician.
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