The new smartphone has come a long way from the “no touch, no sound” paradigm.
But even if you’ve been a Windows Phone user for years, or you’re a tech savvy tech enthusiast, you probably have questions.
Here are a few answers to some of them.
I don’t like being plugged in and connected.
How do I keep my phone from getting too hot?
How do I stop my smartphone from overheating?
If you’re going to keep your smartphone in your pocket or bag, how do you keep your phone from being too hot or cold?
I’m an iPhone user, so I keep mine on the charger.
How do you make sure your phone is plugged into a charger?
How long does it take to charge my phone?
What happens if I get my phone out of my pocket or purse?
I can’t tell if my phone is charging or not.
Do I have to turn off the phone and turn it on?
How often do I have my phone turned on?
Why does my phone sometimes not seem to charge?
How often do you need to turn it off to charge it?
Do you need a manual to turn my phone off?
Are there any manual settings to turn on my phone when it’s not plugged in?
How can I turn it back off?
I’m not a big fan of using a charging cable to charge a phone.
What are the most common problems with my phone that make it hard to charge/discharge?
Do I need to plug my phone into a wall outlet or into a charging station?
What should I do if I don