We’re hoping that you’re not a criminal mastermind (and if you are, this article isn’t going to help you too much), but the regular user can also benefit from using a burner number occasionally. What’s a burner number? Why would you want one? Is it even legal? Read on to find out everything you need to know about using burner numbers.
So, that awesome smart phone of yours has suddenly decided that it doesn’t want to drink its juice? A phone that doesn’t charge is a very common problem, and whilst you might be panicking, there’s a good chance that you don’t need to buy a new phone. There are really two problems here, though the solutions are pretty much the same. Maybe your phone just won’t charge at all. Or maybe it charges so slowly that it’s using up the juice before it can get stocked up for later. Whatever your problem, you might want to try some of these simple fixes before rushing out to buy a brand new smart phone…
Every smart phone comes with a built in internet browser, which is pretty handy if you think about it. But most of us don’t think about it much at all. In that flurry of downloading activity when you first get your new phone it’s unlikely that you’re going to be downloading a new internet browser. But whilst that default browser does do its job, there might be a better choice out there for you. Don’t believe us? Then check out this list. No matter what your needs are, there’s a perfect internet browser for you!
Phone memory is a controversial issue, with some people thinking more storage is better, and others thinking that expensive extra memory just isn’t worth paying for. In all but the lowest category of smart phones, 16 GB is pretty much the minimum that you’re going to see nowadays. And whether you’re getting a contract phone or just want to save a few pounds, a 16 GB device is going to be your cheapest option. However, that memory is going to fill up pretty fast. That’s why we’re taking a look at how you can survive that 16 GB phone, so if you’ve got memory issues, then read on!
If you’re an Android user, then chances are that your phone has an SD card slot. However, this is a feature that a lot of people ignore, simply because they don’t think about the benefits of using it! We’re taking a look at all you need to know about SD cards, and how to make the most of them, making your life easier (and your phone faster!).
Putting a passcode on your phone is generally considered a good thing to do. With most of us keeping a whole bunch of personal information on our smart phones the last thing we want is for someone else to be able to get into our mobile. But what happens if you’ve forgotten your code? We’re taking a look at what your options are (and not all of them include losing all your data!).
We’ll start with a blunt truth: all electronics slow down over time. No matter whether you’re talking about your PC, your iPhone, or your Android device, chances are that after a year or more you’re not going to be getting the same speeds as you used to. However, it seems to be Android users that complain the most about lack of speeds, maybe because their system is so customisable and there’s more chance of something accidentally slowing down their OS. So today we’re taking a look at why Android might slow down and what you can do about it…
When most people think of mobile phones, Apple comes to mind, but did you know that the top selling phone of all time was actually the humble little Nokia? How did this phone we laugh at when we find it stuck in the junk drawer beat the stylish Apple iPhone in total unit sales? Let’s find out how many times Nokia pulled it off.