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Research widely before purchasing a new phone. Its very important to find out which features you really want in a cell phone before you purchase a new one. Make sure it is a brand and model that youre happy with
from its features to the quality of its design. If you purchase a phone you dont like (or get a cheap one included with a contract)
you may end up being more "careless" with it because you "care less" about it
which is really a waste of money and your time.Buy a case and screen protector. These will take care of your phone by preventing it from being subject to knocks and scratches. This helps to keep the phones appearance longer and may also protect it from some internal damage should you accidentally knock or drop the phone.Designate a safe place to keep and store your phone when not in use. It should be somewhere that is out of the way and where the phone is not likely to be knocked onto the floor or trodden on. For example
or in a cabinet. Its a good idea to choose one spot where it always goes (near a recharger) so that you can find it with ease
any time.Do not keep your phone stored in a purse or other closed container for extended periods of time unless it is powered off. Charging a mobile phone in a closed container is a potential fire hazard and may shorten its lifespan. Li-ion batteries (typical for most phones) give off heat when charged and when discharging.Always use genuine chargers and accessories. Cheaper ones that are not compatible or made for going with your brand of phone can harm the phone or lessen its lifespan.Keep your phone dry. Dont talk on your cell phone while its raining
do not eat or drink near the phone
and avoid carrying it near open water (such as a pond
or toilets).If you do get your phone wet
see How to save a wet cell phone.Clean your phone regularly. Use dry tissue paper or alcohol wipes to clean the phones exterior surfaces. Do not use water
or other cleaners that may inadvertently add moisture to your phone.Recharge your cell phone on a regular schedule. Some phones will last more than a week or more on a single charge (when not in use)
while others may need to be charged every day or every other day. If you spend too much time talking on your phone
you can quickly use up your batterys charge.Keep your battery percentage between 40%-80% for longer battery life.Turn off the ringer on your phone when youre in a class
etc. Even in relatively everyday activities such as watching a movie in a movie theater
or attending church
it is polite to keep your ringer on vibrate or turned off. The last thing you want to do is frantically try to turn off your ringer in these scenarios. Doing so risks accidentally dropping or damaging the phone.Find flight mode on your phone and make use of it when you dont wish to be disturbed.Take your phone with you whenever possible. Never let your phone leave your sight. Avoid lending your phone to others
even if done under your supervision
as accidents can and will happen once in a while.Use theft shutdown software. Depending on your phone brand
you can shut down the phone if it is stolen. Activate this in case you lose your phone or it is stolen.