What if you realize that some of the things you pay for can actually be gotten for free? What if you realize that some of the things you pay professionals to do can actually be done by you? Yes, we can do most of the things professionals do; but they make us feel like though we can’t.
These are 15 Mobile Phone hacks to help you save more money, energy, and time.
- Storing batteries in the freezer can up to double their life span.
- Running low on battery? Put your phone on Airplane mode and it’ll charge much faster.
- You can use google as a timer by typing “Set timer (x) minutes” into the search bar.
- Go to youtube.com/disco and enter in an Artiste’s name and youtube will auto arrange a playlist based on uploads of that artiste.
- Spam texts bothering you? Forward them to 7726, your carrier will reply asking for the number it came from to help stop spam.
- Locket is an android app that displays ads on your lock screen, this means you get paid every time you unlock your phone.
- Using your phone while it’s charging can damage the battery. This is why the cords for chargers are so short.
- Can’t afford Microsoft word? Get “Open Office”, it’s the same thing except that it’s free and has more features.
- Drop a battery from 6 inches off the ground, if they give a small bounce and fall over they’re good. If they bounce around anymore they’re dead or almost dead.
- If your phone battery is really low and you need it for later, don’t turn it off. Instead, put it on airplane mode. Turning it off and on will waste more battery life.
- If you mess up a voice mail to someone, press “#” to erase and re-record.
- If you have a computer that blocks sites such as YouTube, Google Chrome’s incognito mode will let you access them.
- If you want to download a video on YouTube, just add “ss” to the URL between www. and YouTube.
- FutureMe.org lets you send letters to yourself in the future.
- If a Duracell battery leaks, and destroys one of your devices, the company will replace the device if it’s sent to them with the defective batteries still in place.