The evolution of smartphone was a great contribution to modern technology in telecom sector and is still growing every day to get better. Everything that you do, be it scheduling your appointments, reminders, banking, Applications, information to look for, games for leisure, track of time and much more just at the palm of your hand. It’s great to know what a smartphone can do. However with that being said, it's highly essential for us to know how to make the best use of the smartphones and certain tips that will help you keep your smartphone maintained in the long run. Today we will mainly focus on Android smartphones.
Tips for using Android Smartphones.
You wouldn't want anyone to intrude your privacy. You can stop letting anyone access your smartphone by setting up a passcode. It’s totally up to your discretion whether you want a pattern to unlock or a PIN, as long as its not something obvious.
DATA BACK UP
There are number of things you cherish which are stored in you smartphone like your Photos, Music, contacts or any other crucial data. The most important thing you need to pay attention to when using your smartphone is to back your data and stay stress free if something has to go wrong with your phone.
Nowadays we have applications for everything which puts a lot of users in a vulnerable position whether to download or not. It’s sad but true that some people have taken advantage of widespread use of apps. It’s better to be safe than sorry. Ensure that you do enough research before you download any application. Check not only for the App rating; go through the reviews, the app developer, app permissions.
One of the most common issues we face when there is no juice left for the smartphone to function. You might have to carry the cable or a power bank so that the battery doesn't die when you're in the midst of working something important on your phone. Perhaps you need to discover what is causing the battery to die. If you figure that, your battery life will improve significantly. Check for battery draining apps by going through battery settings. You can also reduce the idle time on your device before its goes to sleep mode or you can lower the brightness. It’s a good practice to never use the phone when its charging. It's even better to switch off your phone when in charge mode.Also, never overcharge as it diminishes the battery life.
We all use "virus" and "malware" interchangeably at some point if the smartphone isn't functioning. They're not actually the same thing. But to end users the result is the same: Bad things happening to your devices. Recent Android versions are packed with Google scanner which keeps the system protected. It only affects when you install a suspicious app which causes the damage. But it is always good to have an antivirus installed which constantly checks for any threats.
You may probably receive updates from time to time depending on the Android version you use. Its imperative that you download and install the updates whenever notified that would help your smartphones Performance improvement, better power usage, bug fix, major security fixes and new features that Android offers. You may probably want to download and install the update using WiFi connectivity rather than using your mobile data. It’s also important that you have enough battery to install the update.