Stressful without smartphone...

@srisahara (4147)
Indonesia
December 18, 2015 6:56pm CST
Five days ago, smartphone of my husband was broken. He has sent the smartphone to the service center. But, until now the smartphone has not been repaired. He is stressful, because he lost some important information from his co-worker. I can't help much, because I do not use smartphone. Unfortunately, we do not have enough money for buying new one. Yes, live being difficult without smartphone, what do you think?
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@fedupjane (191)
• United States
19 Dec 15
If possible you should get him a small spiral notebook for him to keep with him at all times. My husband has a smart phone and still keeps a paper notebook on or nearby him. Hopefully your husbands phone will be repaired soon.
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@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
19 Dec 15
Thank you on your suggestion, but I think he does not want to do it. He is not a painstaking man. I think his friends will send him some short messages if there are many urgent thing to known by him. I hope the phone will be repaired soon. Thank you on your support.
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@Marcyaz (35618)
• United States
19 Dec 15
That is what I do also keep a notebook with numbers and anything else of importance.@fedupjane
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@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
20 Dec 15
@Marcyaz You are very detail. I love it, unfortunately my husband does not included the type of people.
@marguicha (100279)
• Chile
19 Dec 15
Smartphones are important, it seems, for working people. I donĀ“t need one and I have a thousand better ways to spends my money.
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@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
20 Dec 15
Yes, you are right, it is important thing. Why you don't need smartphone? Do you use another way to communicate easily and quickly?
@Marcyaz (35618)
• United States
19 Dec 15
Fortunately I write down phone numbers and anything that is important to me. So I take it they didn't want to replace your husband's phone.
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@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
19 Dec 15
Yes, you are right. We should do like you, but unfortunately my husband does not conscientious like you. Yes. now he is really confuse...
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@Marcyaz (35618)
• United States
19 Dec 15
@srisahara OH well he will just have to learn to deal with anything that comes from his not having his smartphone then.
@scheng1 (24748)
• Singapore
20 Dec 15
Smart phones do not have a long lifespan. I think that is a lesson for your husband not to save important information in the phone. It is best that he sends the important information to his email, so that he can still retrieve it through email when the phone is gone.
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@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
1 Jan 16
Yes, you are right. Unfortunately. my husband does not do it. Yes, it is a big lesson for him and for me...Thank you so much...
@Shiva49 (13787)
• Singapore
19 Dec 15
Apa kabar Srisahara? Good to connect with you again. I understand his angst. I don't own a smartphone as I do not connect much with others of the newer generation. However, I have a normal hand phone which I use rather sparingly as it can take over our lives with applications that prove addictive - we become enslaved to them! siva
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@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
20 Dec 15
I am fine. I glad to see you. Yes, nowadays, most of people were difficult live without smartphone. But, it does not happen to me. I also do not use smartphone, I just use a handphone to communicate with my parents and relatives. I do not have many friends, because I am a full-time mom, where I just need to online use my laptop for looking for some information and interact with my friends here...
@T_gray (7807)
• Salina, Kansas
19 Dec 15
I would absolutely be lost without my cell phone. I couldn't do anything! But i still pay attention to what's around me
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@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
19 Dec 15
Yes, my husband too. He is really stressful. He feels like a stupid people where he does not know some important information about his job. Yes, my husband still pay attention to what happen in around him, but it comes from his friends not from his smartphone.
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@amnabas (10310)
• Karachi, Pakistan
19 Dec 15
Its true that its difficult to survive without smartphones and as he had some useful information stored in it that is worrying aspect.I hope he get it repaired soon.
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@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
19 Dec 15
Yes, totally agree with you. My husband has much useful information to know. He has some groups on whatapps with his co-worker. I also pray, the smartphone will repaired immediately. He needs the gadget for his job. Thank you on your support.
• India
19 Dec 15
It is difficult to live without the things that we used everyday in our life. The same things happened to me a month ago with my laptop.
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@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
19 Dec 15
Yes, you are right. We will feel difficult without something which we use it everyday. Hmmm...Poor my husband, he has to be patient...again and again...
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