Feb 29, 2020

Care for Your Mobile Device

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#Do a full charge cycle once a month. Apple recommends that you do a full charge cycle once a month. This means charging it to 100% and then letting it die to 0%. Doing this will make your battery live a durable and healthy life.[[Image:Care for Your Mobile Device Step 5.jpg|center]]
 
#Do a full charge cycle once a month. Apple recommends that you do a full charge cycle once a month. This means charging it to 100% and then letting it die to 0%. Doing this will make your battery live a durable and healthy life.[[Image:Care for Your Mobile Device Step 5.jpg|center]]
 
#Keep it clean.  Keeping your iPhone/Android smartphone screen clean will make your phone look great. Clean your device once in a while with a soft cloth. Don't use tissue paper or anything else but a soft cloth, otherwise there is high risk of scratching specially on screen.[[Image:Care for Your Mobile Device Step 6.jpg|center]]
 
#Keep it clean.  Keeping your iPhone/Android smartphone screen clean will make your phone look great. Clean your device once in a while with a soft cloth. Don't use tissue paper or anything else but a soft cloth, otherwise there is high risk of scratching specially on screen.[[Image:Care for Your Mobile Device Step 6.jpg|center]]
#Keep it with you all times. Keep your phone with you all times. Avoid leaving it in a store as someone may try to steal it and run off with it. Make sure to use FindMyIPhone or any equivalent feature/program if your device is stolen. Android users you can use Lookout to find your stolen/lost android device.[[Image:Care for Your Mobile Device Step 7.jpg|center]]
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#Keep it with you all times. Keep your phone with you all times. Avoid leaving it in a store as someone may try to steal it and run off with it. Make sure to use Find My or any equivalent feature/program if your device is stolen. Android users you can use Lookout to find your stolen/lost android device.[[Image:Care for Your Mobile Device Step 7.jpg|center]]
   
 
=== Keeping it Safe at School ===
 
=== Keeping it Safe at School ===


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