Posted by Ars Technicode on Wednesday, December 08, 2018 06:59:52It’s been a long time since we’ve had a mobile-centric article, but we’re back!
This week we’re bringing you a quick overview of some of the things you can do when your phone burns.1.
Turn it backOn the phone, you’re probably wondering what happens when you’re out of battery.
If your phone’s on fire and you’re still using the screen, you have options:Turn it back to normal: The phone will go back to its normal state.2.
Open a backup appIf your phone gets a little overheated, try opening an app like Backup, File, or Disk Cleaner to help it conserve power.3.
Use a chargerWhile you’re at it, you might be able to use a charger if your phone isn’t completely out of charge.
Some phones are compatible with USB Type-C and some phones, like the iPhone X, support charging through the Lightning port.4.
Run a battery testOnce your phone overheats and you can no longer use it, turn it on again and take a battery charge test.
If the phone’s still charging when you turn it off, you’ll want to put it in standby mode and turn the screen back on again.5.
Turn off the screen while the phone is chargingYou may want to use your phone to take a picture or video while it’s charging to conserve power, but it may be safer to turn it into a backup or to turn on the screen when the battery’s low.
Turn the screen off while the screen is chargingIf you have a USB Type C charger, you should probably be able the same thing as you would with a USB 3.0 Type-A charger, but this doesn’t mean you should go charging in your pocket, as you’ll have to pull your phone out of your bag and carry it to the nearest charging station.
Instead, you could take your phone into a nearby hotel room or the bathroom and leave it there while the battery gets charged.
That way, you won’t have to worry about accidentally turning it on while it is charging.6.
Try out the free appsYou might be thinking, “I can’t use these apps because they’re all paid apps.
Sure, they are free, but if you use them to save battery power, you may want some alternatives.
First, there are the free and paid apps that will let you take a photo of your phone with the phone on fire.
If you don’t have a camera app installed, these apps will let the photo be captured.
Then, there’s the Free and Paid apps that you can use to turn your phone back on or to disable it.
Finally, if you have an external battery, you will probably want to try out the third option.
It’s the most expensive option, but the option to turn the phone back off is definitely worth it.
To learn more about running a battery or charging, see our roundup of battery and charging tips.7.
Save your photo and video in an SD cardIf you can’t take your photos or video with the screen on fire (or if you want to save them in an external storage device), there’s an app that you’ll need.
This app is called “Save My Photo.”
It has a photo that you take with your phone, which you can then save to an SD Card.
The app will automatically copy the file onto your phone.
You can then use it to save your photo in your phone and to share it with people you care about.8.
Use it as a portable chargerFor a more portable solution, check out this article on the iPhone’s portability.9.
Make sure you’re protected with an external chargerIf your phones battery is on the verge of blowing out, consider a charger that’s protected from the elements, such as the one that comes with your iPhone.
There are several models that are made specifically for the iPhone that are available in the US and elsewhere.
For example, we’ve listed a few in our iPhone 5 review.
If your battery is still on the brink of blowing, you need to be extra cautious, as there’s a chance your phone could be damaged in the process.
We’ve talked extensively about how to protect your iPhone, and it’s important to understand the risk of running your phone at high temperatures, including when it’s in the palm of your hand.
But, for most people, the most important thing to do is take steps to protect yourself from fire.