Wahab Has Used The Same Phone For 5 Years. Here’s How He Did It.

Every Nigerian wants to own the best clothes, cars or phones. However, it is one thing to own expensive or luxurious items, and it is another thing to maintain them. With mobile phones, they always have a way of getting spoilt, lost or stolen. Even if you’ve never had your phone stolen or lost it, you have probably needed to repair your phone at some point. It’s even possible that you have chosen to buy a new phone rather than spend money repairing an old one. After spending so much money on a phone, how do you make sure that phone serves you for a long time? We’ve gotten advice from our friend Wahab and curated the following tips: Ignore Trends Before we proceed to list dos and don’ts, take note of this: For ...

How to force reboot your phone when your battery is non-removable

If you've used a phone for more than three months, chances are you've had your device freeze on you. And by freeze we mean all the buttons, as well as the image on the screen, stop responding.   The standard remedy is to peel off the phone back cover and pull out the battery, forcing the phone to go off. But what if your phone has a non-removable battery? Here's what to do. (We've segmented each solution by popular phone OSes. So you can jump straight to the solution you need.) iPhones All iPhones come with non-removable batteries (blame Steve Job's OCD). So, the standard way to reboot an iPhone if the OS freezes is by holding ...