Keep Your Mobile Phone from Getting Wet
Have you experienced that moment when you felt your heart drop the moment you accidentally dropped your phone into the toilet? Did you ever experience spilling a cup of coffee on your phone?
Once water reaches the sensitive internal parts of your device, this can lead to short circuit or corrosion of the device. Always keep your device dry and safely away from things that could get it wet. Although your smartphone might already be water-resistant, this is not waterproof. It means that it can get damaged if it gets soaked for some time.
When going on beach adventures, one mobile phone protection tip you should remember is to keep it inside a waterproof case or pouch to keep it dry.
Charge Your Smartphone Properly
You can prolong the lifespan of your phone’s battery by observing the following dos and don’ts when charging your phone:
- Use the original phone charger of your device then plug it directly to an outlet instead of just connecting it to your computer or USB adapter of your car.
- Remove the case of your phone before you charge it to prevent overheating.
- Charge your device partially to 80% instead of fully charging it.
- Don’t allow the battery to drain for more than once every month. The battery should always be charged between 40% and 80% at all times. Try to avoid full cycle charging from 0% to 100%.
- Don’t charge your device for long periods and overnight.
- It is ideal to turn off your phone when charging it. If your phone must be turned on all the time, don’t play games, watch videos, or perform intensive tasks on your phone while it is being charged.