10 ways we wish goodness will win over evil across all our digital screens this festive season.
1. Hello Wifi, Goodbye Bad Connectivity.
Home is where the WiFi connects, but what happens when it doesn’t? Are you connected to the right address? Are you feeding in the right password? Maybe crosschecking these things will help.
2. Say no to dropped calls!
You are involved in an intense discussion, only to realise that you’ve been talking to yourself. Maybe a change of your network or a new device is all that you need.
3. 3G being stingy?
Got a recharge done a few minutes back but 3G still not working? Are you sure that you have enabled the service? Maybe a chat with your service provider will help.
4. Smartphone – not so smart after all!
When the smartphone doesn’t show you the optimum network level, try rebooting your phone, or move to a new spot with better network.
5. Need some space?
Ever exploited the memory capacity of your phone more than you should have? Is expanding your phone memory an option for you? Taking a backup of some old images, songs and messages may give you the much-needed space!
6. Take your cables with you.
Never give your battery the chance to run out on you. Carry your charging cables with you at all times.
7. Words getting lost in the middle?
Can’t catch all the words in a chat? It could be connectivity. Move to another room, or preferably an open area to fix the cracking conversation.
8. Screen stuck in time?
On a video call but the image stops moving? It could be anything from an overcrowded phone memory, to a bad network. Diagnose and fix for smoother video-chat-time!
9. What’s hot? Your smartphone for sure.
We’re all up for fiery conversations, we can tame heated moods but we surely prefer if our phones wouldn’t heat up. Avoid using your phone as it gets charged, try to not overcharge it and make sure you are using an original battery!
10. Grammar on your side!
Don’t you hate it when you are making a point, but bad spelling makes you lose the argument? Turn on autocorrect to make sure your vocabulary and grammar are always on your side in a debate.