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Mar 2014
Created by mark

Rude cellphone users are anywhere that there's a cell phone signal. Most people who are being impolite don't even realize what they're doing. Could that be you?

1. The First Principle: It is not other people's responsibility to cope with your mobile phone use; it is your responsibility to use your mobile phone inoffensively. Please note that "inoffensively" is not defined by what you expect others to tolerate, but by what others do in fact find offensive. Ignore this principle, and you are sure to be rude.

2. Following directly from the First Principle: You should assume that someone who asks you to turn your cell phone (or audio player) down or off is in good faith, and you should comply in good faith. They have a reason for asking, and it's probably not that they're trying to dominate you or hassle you or restrict your God-given right to free expression. (For example, people with temporal lobe epilepsy may find that certain sounds...

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Mar 2014
Created by mark

The lithium battery is presently the most commonly used energy storage device on mobile phones, laptops, digital cameras and other electric devices. Learning how to maintain lithium batteries can not only prolong battery lifetime but also protect your device from potential damages.

1. It's not necessary to charge over 12 hours when first used. When a device powered by batteries is purchased, sellers will usually tell us the batteries must first be charged 12 hours before using. Actually, this is unnecessary. Unlike common Ni-CD or Ni-MH batteries, most lithium ion batteries have been activated before leaving the factory. Due to its low self-discharge, it’s unnecessary to charge lithium ion battery for such a long time when...

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Mar 2014
Created by mark

If you find yourself without an internet connection, but desperately need to connect to the internet with your laptop, your phone may be your saving grace. Connecting other devices to your phone’s network connection typically requires specific plans from your service provider. It will also eat up your mobile data allotment quicker than the phone would itself. If you want to connect your laptop or other devices to your phone’s data plan, follow this guide.

Method 1 of 3: Tethering an IOS Device

1. Decide between USB tethering or creating a wireless hotspot. USB tethering is best if you are only connecting one device...

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