Smart Tips

@shshiju (10273)
Cochin, India
November 2, 2017 9:03am CST
Smart phone is not a luxury now, but a basic thing for many to make call and make payments and the work for a little computer. But do you know that it has radiation. It makes for multi purpose and all power get from the battery. Do not sleep with smartphone on your bed, because it produce radiation , especially it affects badly for children. Do not use to call or hear music while in charging . If the phone fell in to mud or water , do not press any button remove the battery urgently and clean it.
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@JudyEv (118536)
• Bunbury, Australia
3 Nov
I don't have a mobile phone of any kind. Vince has one for emergencies.
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
3 Nov
That surprise me. Here every man and woman has mobiles.
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@JudyEv (118536)
• Bunbury, Australia
4 Nov
@shshiju I think I'm a dinosaur! In fact, I can't think of anyone else who doesn't have a mobile. Maybe one day I'll get one.
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
4 Nov
@JudyEv Dinosaur Lol Good comparison
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@lady1993 (16388)
• Philippines
3 Nov
yes, unfortunately the manufacturers still do not make phones safer. I bought phones for my parents a few months ago and i keep warning them about the hazards
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
3 Nov
Yes . There are many news of mobile explosions.
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@lady1993 (16388)
• Philippines
3 Nov
@shshiju yes, that was scary indeed. it made me hesitant to buy samsung phones for a while
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
4 Nov
@lady1993 When we need extra functions the phone need extra security of safety also.
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@m_audrey6788 (13820)
• Germany
2 Nov
Thank you for this informations
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
2 Nov
You are welcome
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• Germany
2 Nov
@shshiju Happy mylotting!
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
3 Nov
@m_audrey6788 Same to you my friend.
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@Fishmomma (11523)
• United States
27 Dec
Good advice for people that have a Smartphone. My husband and I don't have Smartphones and no plans of getting one. Many of my friends don't use a cell phone at all, as have only a phone in their home.
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
28 Dec
That's very good to control the use of mobile. But in modern world all the facilities were reduced to one mobile especially banking, shopping , reserving tickets . So the Mobile phone usage increasing everyday.
@paigea (21755)
• Canada
9 Nov
Good advice.
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
10 Nov
Thanks, Paigea
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@BelleStarr (36947)
• Portland, Connecticut
9 Nov
Some food for thought for sure.
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
10 Nov
Food for thought
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@jaboUK (53413)
• United Kingdom
3 Nov
I just have a cheap mobile phone, just for calls and texts. I hope your information helps other people though.
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
4 Nov
When there is only basic functions in mobile there is no extra load on battery. It works well gives back up
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@maezee (31497)
• United States
2 Nov
Thanks for the tip.
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
3 Nov
You are welcome maezee.
@LadyDuck (146740)
• Switzerland
2 Nov
Yes, I know that smartphones (but also cellphones) are sources of radiations, the less we use them the better it is. If the phone get wet, remove the battery and place battery and phone in a bag of dry rice and let there until all the humidity has been absorbed by the rice.
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
3 Nov
Yes that is correct to keep away the humidity.
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@Kandae11 (34924)
2 Nov
I sleep with my smartphone next to me.
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@shshiju (10273)
• Cochin, India
3 Nov
Can you try to change your attitude Kandase?
@nangayo (2340)
• Nairobi, Kenya
3 Nov
Thank you. Well noted.
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