Smartphones are everyday useful tools for making calls, texting, surfing the web, and even tracking your health. There’s a lot more you can do with your smartphone than you think.
Most of us never leave the house without our smartphones, but many of us don’t make the most of them. For example, if you have trouble waking up in the morning, you can put your phone in a large glass cup next to your bed and wake up to a loud noise.
You can also set up an Emergency SOS setting on your iPhone or Android so that your phone can call for help or tell your emergency contacts where you are by pressing the power button five times. In the photos section of Android[ライブラリ]then tap[ゴミ箱]You can also retrieve deleted photos by tapping Then, hold your finger over the photo you want to restore and select “Restore”.
On your iPhone, you can[アルバム]then tap[最近削除したもの]Scroll down to Select the photos you want to restore and select “Recover”. You can recover photos deleted within the last 30 days on both Android and iPhone.
GPS is one of the biggest battery drainers, so you can save battery by screenshotting your route.
If you’re worried about losing your phone while on vacation, you can set your home screen to display your contact information so you can return it. On Android, enabling Find My Device allows you to locate your phone on Google and remotely lock or erase its contents from your Google Account.