rice bag method for wet phone works?
I read on this blog http://www.thephonetown.com that putting your wet phone in rice bag could save it from getting dead. Just want to know if any one has actually experienced it and does it work or not. If this doesn't work, then is there any other method to save a wet phone? Asking because I'm someone who keep dropping my phone in water.
Phone Scoop App?
Seems like a no-brainer...
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Need a recommendation
We don't want to have to get a data plan. So I'm looking to buy something used/unlocked. (we have AT&T.)
He wants something with a big enough screen to see pics of his granddaughter (and daughter).
It needs to have a keyboard big enough to see the keys and not fat-finger too much.
It needs good reception and reliability.
It would be nice if it's durable so it won't die if he bumps it or drops it in his workshop.
Battery time isn't a big deal as he only uses it when he's out and always charges it when he gets home.
Format isn't a big deal... flip, bar, etc. Doesn't matter.
So, does anyone have any suggestions?
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I remember the time when I wished to have any smartphone
So I decided to go back to feature phone territory where I could find simple media focused devices (that didn't require an expensive data plan), they were simple and fun to use (I had a Sony Ericsson C905 for a few years)
I changed phones a few times during the subsequent years, all of them feature phones.
My first encounter with an smartphone after that was kind of fortuitous, I broke my phone and I didn't have the money to buy a new phone that I'd like. I put my simcard in an old nokia 1100 for a few days until a friend of mine sold me an old Iphone (1st generatio...
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The first app to spy call on android phone
HelloSPY is very easy to use, you can start spying just by some simple steps:
- Install the software
- Bind the target phone with your account (free to create)
That's all, now every activities on the target phone will be collect and sent to your account on a timely interval.
Quick Features List:
• Track Phone Location
• Read Phone SMS Remotely
• iMessages and Whatsapp messages tracking
• Read Phone Contacts
• See Call History
• Track Internet Browsing History
• See All Photos Captured
• Record Apps Usage
• Auto Answer ( Spy Call )
• Back Up & Download CSV
• Free Update
• 100% Undetectable
what is a multi -scoop?