People’s lives have changed because of cell phones. No one has to sit around and wait for phone calls anymore, because you can keep your phone next to you all of the time. Cell phones let people stay close to their families and parents can easily stay in touch with their children.
There are many benefits to having a cell phone, but cell phones inevitable have problems. Whether it is software based or hardware based you will need to decide to fix them yourself, get help from a cell phone repair professional, or replace it altogether. Either way, tt is important to be aware of the three cellphone issues so you can always have access to your phone to make calls and get online.
Problem Number 1: Scratched Screen
Scratched screens can make using a cell phone challenging.
What Are You Going To Do About It?
You can easily prevent a scratched screen by buying a cover. If you have cell phone insurance, you can get a replacement screen. Some wireless plans will provide a buffing service for a scratched screen. You might also be able to buff away the scratch with a do-it-yourself kit.
Once you have repaired your screen or you have not ever scratched the screen, work to keep it scratch-free and easy to use.
Problem Number 2: You Dropped Your Phone in the Water
If you have dropped your phone in water, you know that it will make your cell phone stop working. The best way to prevent dropping your phone in a pool, toilet, or sink is to keep your phone away from water in the first place. When the phone gets wet, the parts inside of the phone will corrode
What’s the Solution?
If you do get your phone wet, the steps you take are vital to the continued use of your phone. First, you should take out the battery and anything else that detaches from the phone. Let them dry out. Many people wrap their phones in a plush towel or put them in bowls of rice. Then, do not turn on the phone until you are certain that the parts are dry. Avoid using a blow dryer because the air pressure will push the water into the nooks and crannies inside of your phone.
Problem Number 3: My Phone Won’t Turn On!
When your phone will not turn on, there is a series of things you should try. The first step is to try to restart your phone by holding down the “off” or “on” buttons. This will make many phones turn back on, because they simply needed to be reset.
If that first step does not work, you might to recharger you battery, since they actually do wear out over time. To test out the battery, plug in your phone to see if it works with electricity. You might just need to recharge the battery
If it will not charge, then you probably need a new battery. It is much less expensive to replace a battery than the entire phone and you can usually find a new battery at a cell phone shop.
Something else to consider is the age of your cell phone. Cell phones do wear out over time, especially if you have a cell phone that still has an antenna!
These are the three common problems that almost everyone will deal with if they have a cell phone at some point in their lives.