5 Simple Life Hacks Every Smartphone User Should Know

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    The use of smartphone is not only restricted for making calls or sending text messages. Smartphone has become an integral part of our life. We can't even imaging life without the smartphone. From checking email to buying online we are totally depended on smartphone.

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    Smartphones are becoming more and more popular these days. And it is essential you to know the tips and tricks that makes you to use the handset a little more user friendly. We came up with some life hacks for you helping you to use your phone even smarter. Take a look at the slider below to know more...

    Use TV to charge your smartphone

    Many smartphone are now coming only with the USB cable in the box and not including charging adopter. Don't worry, many modern TV sets and set-top boxes comes with USB port. You can easily charge your smartphone using USB cable by just plugging into TV or set-top box UPS port.

    DIY Smartphone Stand

    Remember the old cassette tape, you can easily turn the old cassette tape box into an improvised phone stands.

    Ziploc bags

    Ziploc bags can do more than storing food. You can zip in your smartphone when your are in beach, or while raining to keep sand and water away.

    Boost Volume Using Cup

    Smartphone loudspeaker do not produce enough sound. Next time if your playing music on your smartphone just place it in cup. The vibration created by the cup will boost the sound.

    Camera Flash as Night Light

    We already uses our camera flash as a torch, but you can use it as a night light. Place a water filled bottle on top of camera flash. This will give a soft and pleasant light.

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