Keeping things clean and up to date on your phone

Posted by on Jan 8, 2016 in Tips & Tricks | Comments Off on Keeping things clean and up to date on your phone

We’d also like to extend the heading of this post by reminding cell phone users to keep things safe. Today’s post is specifically geared towards new readers who need to give these important characteristics some more thought and those who have just purchased or been given their very first Smartphone. The post is written in layman’s terms, so that everyone, particularly the novices, will have no trouble understanding what needs to be done. First of all, heartfelt congratulations to those of you who have just taken out of the box your first ever Smartphone. It’s about time you joined the real world.

Keeping things clean is part of life

Welcome aboard! For those of you whose loved ones were very thoughtful this Christmas and went ahead and bought you a Smartphone, let us also share our joy for this gift you have. Treasure it and look after it. Keeping things clean is not just about how you will be looking after your phone. It should be an active part of all aspects of your life. It is also about preserving valuable and necessary items for everyday use for a lot longer than usual. The has an extensive list of items used to preserve food for longer, whether in the fridge or carried about outdoors.

On the matter of preservation, you can also think of this as a good way to save costs. Nothing, not even money, needs to go to waste. Savings initiatives such as these are also part of the need to live as sustainably as possible. Think about your old cell phone for a moment. No need to be embarrassed, power to those of you who are still insisting that there is no need to throw away essential appliances which are still working for you.

Keeping things clean ensures sustainability

Just remember though, that the older phones need a lot more charging than Smartphones do. So always remember to save power and don’t leave the charger on after your phone has been fully charged. Those of you who are still using the older phones are welcome to share your thoughts with the rest of the readers on how you keep your phones clean. This principle of cleanliness does not apply to just cell phones, Smartphones and even ancient telephones. It applies to pretty much everything that we use on a regular basis. Keeping things clean ensures that they last a lot longer.

Part of being sustainable in your daily life means keeping yourself effectively organized. Go through your directories and simply delete old numbers and apps you are no longer using. Things like that can drain battery power. Or does it? Let regular Smartphone users educate the rest of us a little more on this.

Good organization of your devices also helps you to keep up to date. One last but very important reminder before we go. Don’t forget to download emergency and medical assistance apps. Do this as soon as possible after you’ve fully calibrated your new phone. Rather be safe than sorry.

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